The Lodestone and the Understanding of Matter in Seventeenth Century England

@article{Chalmers1937TheLA,
  title={The Lodestone and the Understanding of Matter in Seventeenth Century England},
  author={Gordon Keith Chalmers},
  journal={Philosophy of Science},
  year={1937},
  volume={4},
  pages={75 - 95}
}
  • Gordon Keith Chalmers
  • Published 1937
  • Art
  • Philosophy of Science
  • OLUMBUS and Galileo are usually considered the prime revolutionaries whose discoveries in the physical world brought on the spiritual revo\ lution in modern life, but during the first full century of the modern world another discoverer was so regarded by Sir Thomas Browne. In the "experiments, grounds, and causes," of the compass needle, he said, Dr. William Gilbert "discovered more in it than Columbus or Americus ever did by it." Like Columbus, Gilbert made his discovery unwittingly. The… CONTINUE READING
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