Jan Frans Van Dijkhuizen
Natural Philosophy, Medicine, and Chymistry in England, 1650-1750
Anna Marie Roos
larry stewart 392 SCIENCE, INSTRUMENTS, AND GUILDS IN EARLY- MODERN BRITAIN LARRY STEWART University of Saskatchewan Abstract The emergence of instrument-making trades in early-modern England tested the power of established guilds. From the seventeenth century, instrument makers were able to
inquiry; like rheto- ric, medicine reaches plausible conclusions from probable premises. Here, rang- ing from Hippocrates and Plato through Aristotle to early modern England, I argue that forms of inference developed and refined in the history of rhetoric offer ancient and early modern philosophers and
Edited by Robert E. Stillman
Contributors include: Tiffany J. Alkan, Robert W. Barrett, Jr., Sarah Beckwith, Tom Bishop, Peter Cockett, Richard K. Emmerson, Peter Holland, Nora Johnson, Richard C. McCoy, Lauren Shohet, and Robert E. Stillman.
A Corpus of Middle English Alchemical Poetry (Critical Editions and Studies)
These editions are the first to make this previously unidentified corpus available to researchers. The accompanying studies discover the complex histories of these alchemica, in plain and illuminated manuscripts, as anonyma and in attribution to famous authors, and in private and institutional, medical and academic book collections. Together, they offer novel insights into the role of alchemy and poetry in late medieval and early modern England.