John Ray

  title={John Ray},
  author={John S. Wilkins},
  journal={Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science},
  • J. Wilkins
  • Published 2019
  • Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science
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The Oxford Dodo. Part 2: from curiosity to icon and its role in displays, education and research
The dissection of the head and foot and the Tradescant Dodo’s display history, from the late nineteenth century until the present day, and also its use in education are described.


John Ray, physico-theology and afterwards
Ray's most widely read book was his Wisdom of God manifested in the works of creation (1691), probably based on addresses given in the chapel of Trinity College Cambridge 20 years previously. In it
Natural history, natural theology, and social order: John Ray and the “Newtonian ideology”
The close association of natural theology and natural history in British thought has been a source of chagrin, if not of actual embarrassment, to many historians. The shade of Archdeacon William
The Wilkins Lecture, 1985 John Wilkins, John Ray and Carl Linnaeus
  • W. Stearn
  • History
    Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London
  • 1986
As a botanical taxonomist I was naturally highly honoured and much surprised lito be invited by this venerable and exclusive Society to deliver the 1985 Wilkins Lecture on a subject related to the
John Ray: indefatigable student of nature.
  • C. Mickel
  • Education
    Annual review of entomology
  • 1973
John Locke, John Ray, and the problem of the natural system
  • P. R. Sloan
  • Philosophy, Medicine
    Journal of the history of biology
  • 1972
John Ray and his contributions to plant and animal classification.
  • I. P. Stevenson
  • Biology, Medicine
    Journal of the history of medicine and allied sciences
  • 1947
Historia plantarum : species hactenus editas aliasque insuper multas noviter inventas & descriptas complectens ... /
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