Religion, Science, and Worldview; Essays in Honor of Richard S. Westfall. Edited by Marget J. Osler and Paul Lawrence Farber.

By: [WESTFALL, Richard S.].

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8vo. xiv, 350 pp. Figs., index. Cloth, dust-jacket. Ownership ink signature of David C. Lindberg. Contents: Conceptual Problems in Newton's Early Chemistry - A Preliminary Study (Betty Jo T. Dobbs); The Significance of Newton's 'Principia' (J. Bruce Brackenridge); Force, Electricity, and the Powers of Living Matter in Newton's Mature Philosophy of Nature (R. W. Home); Concepts of Inertia - Newton to Kant (Peter M. Harman); Celestial Perfection from the Middle Ages to the late Seventeenth Century (Edward Grant); Baptizing Epicurean Atomism - Pierre Gassendi on the Immortality of the Soul (Margaret J. Osler); The Manifestation of Occult Qualities in the Scientific Revolution (Ron Millen); Piety and the Defense of Natural Order - Swammerdam on Generation (Edward G. Ruestow); What is the History of Theories of Perception the History of. . . (Stephen M. Straker); Tycho Brahe as the Dean of a Renaissance Research Institute (Victor E. Thoren); Agricola and Community - Cognition and Response to the Concept of Coal (James A. Ruffner); Theories for the Birds - An Inquiry into the Significance of the Theory of Evolution for the History of Systematics (Paul Lawrence Farber). ISBN: 0521304520 / 0-521-30452-0

Title: Religion, Science, and Worldview; Essays in Honor of Richard S. Westfall. Edited by Marget J. Osler and Paul Lawrence Farber.

Author Name: [WESTFALL, Richard S.].

Categories: Religion,

Publisher: Cambridge:, Cambridge University Press, 1985.: 1985

ISBN Number: 0521304520

ISBN Number 13: 9780521304528

lbs: 3.00 lbs

Seller ID: DL1198

Keywords: Religion