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“Without the Help of Glasses”: The Anthropocentric Spectacle of Nehemiah Grew’s Botany
This article takes issue with a widely-held critical consensus about early modern natural philosophy, which posits that scientific apparatuses and prostheses, particularly the microscope, wereExpand
Retraining the Virtuoso’s Gaze: Behn’s Emperor of the Moon, The Royal Society, and the Spectacles of Science and Politics
Aphra Behn’s The Emperor of the Moon (1687), so often marginalized in the wealth of recent criticism of her later career, is a savvy deconstruction of what the author calls—adapting PaulaExpand
Imagination and Pleasure in the Cosmography of Thomas Burnet’s Sacred Theory of the Earth
T he work of the imagination is central to the cosmological enthusiasm of the late seventeenth century. In response to new discoveries of natural philosophy, from the new astronomy of Copernicus andExpand
Retraining the Virtuoso’s Gaze
Aristophanes, Birds 65: the Libyan Bird
Theatre and Culture in Early Modern England, 1650-1737: From Leviathan to Licensing Act
Catie Gill, ed. Theatre and Culture in Early Modern England, 1650-1737: From Leviathan to Licensing Act. Farnham, Surrey, UK: Ashgate, 2010. xii + 178 pp. index, bibl. £55 (hardback). ISBN:Expand
Sugli ebrei di Salonicco
Physiology, Commerce, and Comedy
Updating a neglected laboratory.
  • A. Coppola
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • MLO: medical laboratory observer
  • 1 February 1984
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