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Dr Robert A. Hatch - University of Florida

 
Books & Articles

Adams, R.P. 'The Social Responsibilities of Science in Utopia, New Atlantis, and After.' Journal of the History of Ideas. 10 (1949): 374-398. 

Arrippa von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius. Three Books on Occult Philosophy. Trans. J.F. London: 1651. 

Allen, Don C. 'The Degeneration of Man and Renaissance Pessimism.' Studies in Philology 35 (1938): 202-227. 

Allen, Don Cameron. The Star-Crossed Renaissance. Durham, N.C.: 1941. 

Allen, Michael J.B. 'Ficino's Lecture on the Good?' Renaissance Quarterly 30 (1977): 160-171. 

Amman, Peter J. 'The Musical Theory and Philosophy of Robert Fludd.' Journal of the Warburg Institute 20 (1967): 198-227. 

Anton, John P., ed. Naturalism and Historical Understandings: Essays on the Philosophy of John Herman Randall, Jr. Albany: 1967. 

Arber, Agnes. Herbals. Cambridge: Cambridge U P, 1938. 

Auger, L. Gilles Personne de Roberval. Paris: 1962. 

Bainton, Roland H. Hunted heretic: The life and death of Michael Servetus, 1511-1553. Boston: Beacon Press, 1953. 

Baron, Hans. 'The 'querelle' of the Ancients and the Moderns as a Problem for Renaissance Scholarship.' Eds. P.O. Kristeller et al. Renaissance Essays. 95-114. NY: Harper Torchbook, 1968. 

Belt, Elmer. Leonardo the Anatomist. Lawrence: U of Kansas P, 1955. 

Bett, Henry. Nicholas of Cusa. London: 1932. 

Blake, Ralph M. 'Natural Science in the Renaissance.' Ralph Blake et al, Theories of Scientific Method. 3-21. Seattle: U of Washington P, 1966. 

Blaser, Rovert H. Paracelse et sa conception de la nature. Geneva: 1950. 

Blau, Joseph L. The Christian Interpretation of the Cabala in the Renaissance. New York: 1944. 

Boas, George. 'Philosophies of Science in Florentine Platonism.' Art, Science, and History in the Renaissance. Ed. Charles S. Singleton. 239-254. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1968. 

Boas, Marie. The Scientific Renaissance. New York: 1962. 

Bouwema, William J. Concordia mundi: The Career and Thought of Guillaume Postel (1510-1581). Cambridge, MA: 1957. 

Breen, Q. 'Giovanni Pico della Mirandola on the Conflict of Philosophy and Rhetoric.' Journal of the History of Ideas 13 (1952): 384-426. 

Brickman, Benjamin. 'Francesco Patrizzi on Physical Space.' Journal of the History of Ideas 4 (1943). 

-----. An Introduction to Francesco Patrizi's Nova de universis philosophia. New York: 1941. 

Bruno, Giordano. Cause, Principle and Unity. Trans. Jack Lindsay. New York: 1962. 

-----. Cena de la ceneri. Trans Emile Namer. Paris: 1965. 

-----. The Expulsion of the Triumphant Beast. Trans A.D. Imerti. New Brunswick, NJ: 1964. 

Burke, J.G. 'Hermetism as a Renaissance World View.' The Darker Vision of the Renaissance. Ed. R.S. Kinsman. 95-117. Berkeley: U of California P, 1974. 

Burtt, E.A. The Metaphysical Foundations of Modern Physical Science. New York: 1951. 

Bvrkan, Leonard. Nature's Work of Art: The Human Body as Image of the World. New Haven: Yale UP, 1975. 

Bynum, William F. 'The Weapon Salve in 17th-century English Drama.' Journal of the History of Medicine 21 (1966) 8-23. 

Calder, I.R.F. 'John Dee Studied as an English Neoplatonist.' 2 vols. Diss. University of London, 1952, microfilm in University os Wisconsin library. 

Cardan, Jerome. The Book of My Life. Trans. Jean Stoner. New York: 1962. 

-----. The Great Art or the Rules of Algebra. Trans. T.R. Witmer. 

Cassirer, Ernst. Das Erkenntnisproblem. Vol. 1. Berlin: 1922. 

-----. 'Giovanni Pico della Mirandola: A Study in the History of Renaissance Ideas.' Journal of the History of Ideas 2 (1942): 123-144, 319-346. Reprinted in Kristeller and Wiener, Renaissance Essays. Also reprinted by Bobbs-Merril, Reprint Series in European History. 

-----. The Individual and the Cosmos in Renaissance Philosophy. New York: 1964. 

-----. 'The Place of Vesalius in the Culture of the Renaissance.' Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 16 (1943-4): 109-119. 

-----. The Platonic Renaissance in England. Austin, TX: 1953. 

-----. P.O. Kristeller, and J.H. Randall, Jr., eds. The Renaissance Philosophy of Man. Chicago: 1948. 

Chastel, a. 'Leonard et la culture.' Leonard de Vinci et l'experience scientifique au seizieme siecle. Paris: 1953. 251-263. 

Castiglioni, Arturo. 'The School of Ferrara and the Controversy on Pliny.' Ed. E.A. Underwood. Science, Medicine and History. Vol. II. 269-279. 

Coffin, Charles M. John Konne and the New Philosophy. 1937. NY: Humanities Press, 1958. 

Cole, F.J. 'The History of Albrecht Durer's Rhinoceros in Zoological Literature.' Science, Medicine, and History. Vol I. 337-356. 

Collins, Ardis B. The Secular is Sacred: Platonism and Thomism in Marsilio Ficino's Platonic Theology. Hague: Nijhoff, 1974. 

Craven, J.B. Doctor Robert Fludd. Kirkwall: 1902. 

Crombie, Alistair C. 'Mathematics, Music and Medical Science.' XXIe Cong-Int. d'Hist. des Sciences 1b (1968): 295-310. 

-----. 'Some Attitudes to Scientific Progress: Ancient, Medieval, and Early Modern.' History of Science. 13 (1975): 213-230. 

Dannenfeldt, K.H. 'Hermes Trismegistus.' The Dictionary of Scientific Biography

-----. 'The Renaissance and the Pre-classical Civilizations.' Journal of Historical Ideas 13 (1952): 435-449. 

Deacon, Richard. John Dee, Scientist, Geographer, Astrologer and Secret Agent to Elizabeth I. London: 1968. 

Debus, Allen G. The English Paracelians. New York: 1965. 

-----. 'Renaissance Chemistry and the Work of Robert Fludd.' Debus and Robert P. Multhauf. Alchemistry and Chemistry in the Seventeenth Century. Los Angeles: 1966. 

-----. 'Robert Fludd and the Use of Gilbert's De magnete in the Weapon-Salve Controversy.' Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 19 (1964): 389-417. 

Deluanay, Paul. La zoologie au seizieme siecle. Paris: Hermann, 1962. 

Dibner, Bern. Leonardo da Vinci: Machines and Weaponry. Norwalk, CT: Burndy Library, 1976. 

-----. Leonardo da Vinci, Military Engineer. NY: Burndy Library, 1946. 

Dickreiter, Michael. Der Musiktheoretiker Johannes Kepler. Bern: Francke, 1973. 

Douglas, Andrew H. The Philosophy and Psychology of Pietro Pomponazzi. Cambridge: 1910. 

Dostrovsky, Sigalia. 'Early Vibration Theory: Physics and Music in the 17th Century.' Archive for History of Exact Sciences 14 (1975): 169-218. 

Drake, Stillman. 'Early Science and the Printed Book: The Spread of Science Beyond the Universities.' Renaissance and Reformation 6 (1970): 43-52. 

-----. 'Renaissance Music and Experimental Science.' Journal of the History of Ideas 31 (1970): 483-500. 

Drake, S. and I.E. Drabkin. Mechanics in sixteenth-century Italy. Madison: 1969. 

Dulles, Avery. Princepts Concordiae: Pico della Mirandola and the Scholastic Tradtion. Cambridge, MA: 1941. 

Edelstein, L. 'Andreas Vesalius, the Humanist.' Bulletin of the History of Medicine 14 (1943): 547-561. 

Edwards, William F. 'Randall on the Development of Scientific Method in the School of Padua--A Continuing Reappraisal.' Anton, Naturalism and Historical Understanding. 53-68. 

Eisenstein, Elizabeth L. 'The Advent of Printing and the Problem of the Renaissance.' Past and Present 45 (1969): 19-89. 

Fallico, Arturo B. and Herman Shapiro, eds. Renaissance Philosophy. Vol. 1. 'The Italian Philosophers. Selected Readings from Petrarch to Bruno.' New York: 1967. 

Geinstein, Blossom. 'Hermeticism.' The Dictionary of the History of Ideas

Festugiere, A.J. Hermetisme et mystique paienne. Paris: 1967. 

-----. La revelation d'Hermes Trismegiste. 4 vols. Paris: 1950-1954. 

Finney, Gretchen L. 'Music, Mirth, and Galenic Tradition in England.' Reason and the Imagination. Ed. J.A. Mazzeo. 143-154. NY: Columbia UP, 1962. 

Fiorentino, F. Bernardino Telesio. 2 vols. Florence: 1872-1874. 

Friedman, Jerome. 'Michael Servetus: The Case for a Jewish Christianity.' Sixteenth Century Journal 4 (1973): 87-110. 

Gandillac, Maurice de. 'Platonisme et Aristotelisme chez Nicolas de Cues.' Platon et Aristote a la Renaissance. 7-23. 

-----. La philosophie de Nicolas de Cues. Aubier: 1941. 

Garin, Eugenio. La cultura filosofica del Rinascimento italiano. Florence: 1961. 

------. Giovanni Pico della Mirandola. Mirandola: 1963. 

-----. Italian Humanism: Philosophy and Civic Life in the Renaissance. New York: 1965. 

-----. Science and Civic Life in the Italian Renaissance. Garden City: 1969. 

Gerrish, B.A. 'The Reformation and the Rise of Modern Science.' The Impact of the Church Upon its Culture. Ed. Jerald C. Bauer. 231-265. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1968. 

Gilbert, Neal Ward. 'Francesco Vimercato of Milan: A Bio-bibliography.' Studies in the Renaissance 12 (1965): 188-217. 

-----. 'Galileo and the School of Padua.' Journal of the History of Philosophy 1 (1963): 223-231. 

-----. 'Renaissance Aristotelianism and Its Fate: Some Observations and Problems.' Anton. Naturalism and Historical Understanding. 42-52. 

-----. Renaissance Concepts of Method. New York: 1960. 

Gilbert, William. De Magnete magneticisque corporibus et de magno magnete Tellure physiologia nova. Londini: 1600. 

Gombrich, E. 'Icones Symbolicae: The Visual Image in Neoplatonic Thought.' Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 11 (1948): 163-192. 

Graves, F.P. Peter Ramus and the Educational Reformation of the Sixteenth Century. New York: 1912. 

Greenberg, Sidney. The Infinite in Giordano Bruno, with a translation of his Dialogue Concerning the Cause, Principle, and One. New York: 1950. 

Gruber, Albion. 'Mersenne and Evolving Tonal Theory.' Journal of Music Theory 14 (1970): 36-67. 

Haber, Francis C. 'Fossils and Early Cosmology.' Forerunners of Darwin 1745-1859. Ed. Bentley Glass et al. 3-29. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1968. 

Hall, Manly P. The Mystical and Medical Philosophy of Paracelsus. Los Angeles: 1964. 

Hall, Vernon Jr. 'Life of Julius Caesar Scaliger (1484-1558).' Traditions of the American Philosophical Society, New Series. Vol. 40 (1950): 85-170. 

Haase, Rudolf. 'Kepler's Harmonies, Between Pansophia and Mathesis Universalis.' Kepler: Four Hundred Years Ed. Arthur and Peter Beer. 519-534. Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1975. 

Hay, William H. 'Nicolaus Cusanus: The Structure of His Philosophy.' The Philosophical Review 61 (1952): 14-25. 

Heninger, S.K. Jr. Touches of Sweet Harmony: Pythagorean Cosmology and Renaissance Poetics. San Marino, Ca: Huntington Library, 1974. 

Hermes Trismegistus. Hermetica. The Ancient Greek and Latin Writings which contain Religious or Philosophic Teachings ascribed to Hermes Trismegistus. Trans. Walter Scoot. 4 vols. Oxford: 1924-1936. 

The Hermetic and Alchemical Writings of Paracelsus. Trans A.E. Waite. 2 vols. London: 1894. 

Hesse, Mary. Forces and Fields. London: 1961. 

Hill, Christopher. 'Science, Religion, and Society in the 16th and 17th Centuries.' Past and Present 32 (1965): 110-112. 

Hoeniger, F.D. and J.F.M. The Development of Natural History in Tudor England. Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1969. (Pamphlet). 

Hollander, John. The Untuning of the Sky: Ideas of Music in English Poetry, 1500-1700. 1961. NY: Norton, 1970. 

Hooykaas, R. Hunamisme, science et reforme: Pierre de la Ramee. Leyden: 1958. 

-----. 'Pierre de la Ramee et l'empirisme scientifique au XVIe siècle.' La science au seizième siècle. Paris: 1960. 297-311. 

-----. Religion and the Rise of Modern Science. Grand Rapids: Eerdnans, 1972. 

-----. 'Science and Reformation.' The Evolution of Science. Eds. Guy S. Metraux et al. 258-290. NY: NAL Mentor, 1963. Orig. appeared in J. World History, 1956. 

Hopkin, Charles E. The Share of Thomas Aquinas in the Growth of the Witchcraft Delusion. Philadelphia: 1940. 

Hopper, Vincent H. Medieval Number Symbolism: Its Sources, Meaning, and Influence on Thought and Expression. New York: 1938. 

Horowitz, Irving L. The Renaissance Philosophy of Giordano Bruno. New York: 1952. 

Horsky, Zdenek. 'La cosmologie de Marsile Ficin.' Acta historiae rerum naturalium necnon technicarum, 2 (1966): 57-68. 

Jacob, Margaret, and W.A. Lockwood. 'Political Millenarianism and Burnet's Sacred Theory.' Science Studies 2 (1972): 265-279. 

Josten, C.H. 'Robert Fludd's Theory of Geomancy and His Experiences at Avignon in the Winter of 1601 to 1602.' Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 27 (1964): 327-335. 

-----. 'Truth's Golden Harrow: An Unpublished Alchemical Treatise of Robert Fludd in the Bodleian Library.' Ambix 3 (1949): 91-150. 

Kamen, Henry. 'Golden Age, Iron Age: A Conflict of Concepts in the Renaissance.' Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies 4 (1974): 135-155. 

Keller, Alex. 'Mathematical Technologies and the Growth of the Idea of Technical Progress in the 16th Century.' Science, Medicine, and Society in the Renaissance. Ed. Allen G. Debusin. Vol I. 11-27. NY: Science History, 1972. 

Kelly, Suzanne, O.S.B. The De mundo of William Gilbert. 2 vols. Amsterdam: 1965. (Includes a facsimile reprint of De mundo.) 

Klibansky, Raymond. The Continuity of the Platonic Tradition during the Middle Ages. London: 1939. 

Knowles, David. The Evolution of Medieval Thought. New York: 1962. 

Kouznetsov, Boris. 'The Rationalism of Leonardo da Vinci and the Dawn of Classical Science.' Diogenes 69 (1970): 1-11. 

Koyré, Alexandre. Mystiques, Spirituels, Alchemistes. Paris: 1955. 

-----. 'Paracelse.' Revue d'histoire et de philosophie religieuses 13 (1933): 46-76, 145-163. Reprinted in Mystiques, Spirituels, Alchemistes. 

Kristeller, Paul Oskar. Eight Philosophers of the Italian Renaissance. Stanford: 1964. 

-----. 'Ficino and Pomponazzi on the Place of Man in the Universe.' Journal of the History of Ideas 5 (1944): 220-226. Reprinted in Studies in Renaissance Thought and Letters

-----. 'Giovanni Pico della Mirandola: Introduction.' The Renaissance Philosophy of Man. Ed. Cassirer et al. 215-222. Followed by a translation of 'Oration on the Dignity of Man.' 223-254. 

-----. 'John J. Randall, Jr., and Renaissance Philosophy.' Anton, Naturalism and Historical Understanding. 35-41. 

-----. 'Marsilio Ficino.' Encyclopedia of Philosophy

-----. 'Paduan Averroism and Alexandrism in the Light of Recent Studies.' Renaissance Thought. Vol. II. 

-----. 'The Philosophy of Man in the Italian Renaissance.' Italica 24 (1947): 93-112. Reprinted in Studies in Renaissance Thought and Letters

-----. The Philosophy of Marsilio Ficino. New York: 1943. 

-----. 'The Platonic Academy of Florence.' Renaissance News 14 (1961): 147-159. Reprinted in Renaissance Thought. Vol II. 

-----. Renaissance Philosophy and the Medieval Tradition. Wimmer Lecture XV. Labrobe, PA: 1966. 

-----. 'Renaissance Platonism.' Facets of the Renaissance Wallace K. ferguson et al. 103-123. NY: Harper Torchbook, 1963. 

-----. Renaissance Thought: The Classic, Scholastic, and Humanist Strains. New York: 1961. 

-----. Renaissance Thought. Vol II. 'Papers on Humanism and the Arts.' New York: 1965. 

-----. 'Review of Hiram Haydn, The Counter-Renaissance.' Journal of the History of Ideas 12 (1951): 468-472. 

-----. Studies in Renaissance Thought and Letters. Rome: 1956. 

-----. 'Studies on Renaissance Humanism during the Last Twenty Years.' Studies in the Renaissance 9 (1962): 7-30. 

-----. La tradizione aristotelica nel Rinascimento. Padua: 1962. 

-----, and J.H. Randall, Jr. 'The Study of the Philosophies of the Renaissance.' Journal of the History of Ideas. 2 (1941): 449-496. 

-----, and J.H. Randall, Jr. 'Study of Renaissance Philosophies.' JHI II (1941): 490. 

-----, and Philip P. Wiener, eds. Renaissance Essays. New York: 1968. 

Kubrin, David. 'Newton and the Cyclical Cosmos: Providence and the Mechanical Philosophy.' Journal of the History of Ideas 28 (1967): 325-346. 

Lenoble, Robert. Mersenne ou la naissance du mecanisme. Paris: 1943. 

-----'Leonard de Linci et l'experience scientifique au XVIe siecle.' Colloques Internationaux. Paris: Presses Universitaires, 1953. 

Levin, Harry. The Myth of the Golden Age in the Renaissance. 1969. NY: Oxford UP, 1972. 

Lilley, Samuel. 'Robert Recorde and the Idea of Progress: A Hypothesis and Verification.' Renaissance and Modern Studies 2 (1957): 3-37. 

Lind, L.R. Studies in Pre-Vesalian Anatomy: Biography, Translations, Documents. Phila. Amer. Philos. Soc., 1975. 

Lindberg, David C. Theories of Vision from Al-Kindi to Kepler Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1976. 

Mace, Dean T. 'Marin Mersenne on Language and Music.' Journal of Music Theory 14 (1970): 2-35. 

Manuel, Frank E. The Religion of Isaac Newton: The Fremantle Lectures 1973. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1974. 

Margolin, Jean Claude. L'idee de nature dans la pensee d'Erasme. Basle: 1967. 

McLanathan, Richard. Images of the Universe: Leonardo da Vinci: The Artist as Scientist. Garden City: Doubleday, 1966. 

Maurer, Armand A. 'Nicholas of Cusa.' The Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Mazzeo, Joseph A. Renaissance and Revolution: The Remaking of European Thought. London: Secker & Warburg, 1967. 

Merlan, Philip. From Platonism to Neoplatonism. The Hague, 1953. 

Merton, Robert K. On the Shoulders of Giants. NY: Harcourt, Brace, 1965. 

Michel, Paul-Henri. La cosmologie de Giordano Bruno. Paris: 1962. 

Morley, Henry. Cornelius Agrippa. 2 vols. London: 1856. 

-----. The Life of Girolamo Cardano of Milan, Physician. 2 vols. London: 1854. 

-----. 'Magic and Skepticism in Agrippa's Thought.' Journal of the History of Ideas 18 (1957): 161-182. 

Nauert, Charles G. Jr. Agrippa and the Crisis of Renaissance Thought. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1965. 

Nelson, John C. 'Platonism in the Renaissance.' The Dictionary of the History of Ideas

Nicolson, Marjorie H. The Breaking of the Circle. 1949. NY: Columbia UP, 1965. 

-----. Mountain Gloom and Mountain Glory: The Development of the aesthetics of the infinite. 1959. NY: Norton, 1963. 

-----. Pepys' Diary and the New Science. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1965. 

-----. Science and Imagination. Ithaca: Cornell, 1956. (Collected essays on the telescope and imagination; Kepler, the Somnium, and John Donne; Milton andd the telescope; the background to Swift; the microscope and English imagination.) 

McGuire, J.E. and P.M. Rattansi. 'Newton and the Pipes of Pan.' Notes and Records of the Royal Society 21 (1966): 108. 

O'Malley, C.D. and J.B. de C.M. Saunders. Leonardo da Vinci on the Human Body. NY: Schuman, 1952. 

-----. Andreas Vesalius of Brussels, 1514-1564. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1964. 

-----, ed. Leonardo's Legacy: An International Symposium. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1969. 

-----. 'A Review of Vesalian Literature.' History of Science 4 (1965): 1-14. 

-----. 'Tudor Medicine and Biology.' Huntington Library Quarterly 32 (1968): 1-27. 

Ong, Walter J. Ramus: Method and the Decay of Dialogue. Cambridge, MA: 1958. 

Ornstein, Martha. The Role of Scientific Societies in the Seventeenth Century. Chicago: 1938. 

Pagel, Walter. Paracelsus: An Introduction to Philosophical Medicine in the Ear of the Renaissance. New York: 1958. 

-----. 'Paracelsus and the Neoplatonic and Gnostic Tradition.' Ambix 8 (1960): 125-166. 
 

Panofsky, Erwin. 'Artist, Scientist, Genius: Notes on the Tenaissance-Dämmerung.' Wallace Ferguson et al. The Renaissance: Six Essays. 123-184. NY: Harper Torchbook, 1962. 

Patrides, C.A. The Cambridge Platonists. London: Edward Arnold, 1969. See esp. his Introduction: 'The High And Aiery Hills of Platonisme: An Introduction to the Cambridge Platonists.' 1-41. 

Pauli, W. 'The Influence of Archetypal Ideas on the Scientific Theories of Kepler.' C.G. Jung and W. Pauli. The Interpertation of Nature and the Psyche. New York: 1955. 

Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni. On the Dignity of Man, On Being and the One, Heptaplus. Trans. P.J.W. Miller and D. Carmichael. Indianapolis: 1965. 

Pine, Martin. 'Pomponazzi and the Problem of 'Double Truth'.' Journal of the History of Ideas 29 (1968): 163-176. 

Politella, Joseph. Platonism, Aristotelianism, and Cabalism in the Philosophy of Leibniz. Philadelphia: 1938. 

Popkin, Richard H. The History of Skepticism from Erasmum to Descartes. New York: 1964. 

Ponta, Giambattista della. Natural Magick. Derek Price, Ed. New York: 1957. 

Prost, A. Corneille Agrippa. 2 vols. Paris: 1881-1882. 

Randall, John Herman, Jr. The Career of Philosophy: From the Middle Ages to the Enlightement. New York: 1962. 

-----. 'The Development of Scientific Method in the School of Padua.' Journal of the History of Ideas 1 (1940): 177-206. Reprinted in Randall, School of Padua, and Kristeller and Wiener, Renaissance Essays

-----. 'The Place of Leonardo da Vinci in the Emergence of Modern Science.' Roots of Scientific Thought. Eds. P.P. Wiener, et al. 207-218. NY: Basic, 1957. 

------. 'The Place of Pomponazzi in the Padus Tradition.' Renaissance Philosophy of Man. Cassirer et al. Reprinted in Randall, School of Padua

-----. The School of Padua and the Emergence of Modern Science. Padova: 1961. 

Rath, Gernot. 'Pre-Vesalian Anatomy in the Light of Modern Research.' Bulletin of the History of Medicine 35 (1961): 142-148. 

Raven, D.E. English Naturalists from Neckham to Ray. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1947. 

Ravetz, J.R. Astronomy and Cosmology in the Achievement of Nicolaus Copernicus. Warsaw: 1965. 

Reeds, Karen M. 'Renaissance Humanism and Botany.' Annals of Science 33 (1976): 519-542. 

Reti, Ladislao. Leonardo da Vinci, Technologist. Norwalk, CT: Burndy Library, 1969. 

-----, ed. The Unknown Leonardo. NY: McGraw-Hill, 1974. 

Rienstra, Miller Howard. 'Giovanni Battista della Porta and Renaissance Science.' Diss. U of Michigan, 1963. Copy in University of Wisconsn Library. 

Robb, Nesca A. Neoplatonism of the Italian Renaissance. London: 1935. 

Rodney, Joel M. 'A Godly Atomist in 17th-Centuty England: Ralph Cudworth.' Historian 32 (1970) 32: 243-249. 

Rossi, Paolo. Francis Bacon: From Magic to Science. Chicago: 1968. 

-----. 'The Legacy of Ramon Lull in Sixteenth-Century Thought.' Medieval and Renaissance Studies 5 (1961): 182-213. 

Sarton, George. Appreciation of Ancient and Medieval Science During the Renaissance (1450-1600). NY: Barnes, 1961. 

-----. 'The Scientific Literature Transmitted Through the Incunabula.' Osiris 5 (1938): 41-245. 

-----. Six Wings: Men of Science in the Renaissance. Bloomington, IN: 1957. 

Schmitt, Charles B. Gianfrancesco Pico della Mirandola and his Critique of Aristotle. The Hague: 1967. 

Scholem, Gershom G. Major Trends in Jewish Mysticism. New York: 1964. 

-----. On the Kabbalah and its Symbolism. London: 1965. 

Schuler, Robert. 'English Scientific Poetry, 1500-1700: Prolegomena and Preliminary Check List.' Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 69 (1975): 482-502. 

Scott, J.F. The scientific work of René Descartes. London: 1952. 

Secret, François. Le Zohar chez les Kabbalistes chretiens de la Renaissance. Paris: 1958. 

Setton, Kenneth M. 'The Byzantine Background to the Italian Renaissance.' Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 100 (1956): 1-76. 

Shorey, Paul. Platonism Ancient and Modern. Berkeley: 1938. 

Singer, Dorothea Waley. Giordano Bruno: His Life and Thought. New York: 1950. 

Singleton, Charles S., ed. Art, Science, and History in the Renaissance. Baltimore: 1968. 

Le soleil à la Renaissance. Université libre de Bruxelles. Bruxelles/Paris: 1965. 

Spitz, Lewis. 'Reuchlin's Philosophy: Pythagoras and Cabala for Christ.' Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte 47 (1956): 1-20. 

-----. 'Review of Nauert, Agrippa and the Crisis of Renaissance Thought.' Journal of the History of Ideas 27 (1966): 464-469. 

Stauffer, Richard. 'Calvin et Copernic.' Revue de l'Histoire des Religions 179 (1971): 31-40. 

Stillwell, Margaret B. The Awakening Interest in Science During the First Century of Printing: An Annotated Checklist of First Editions. NY: Bibliographical Soc. of America, 1970. 

Strong, Edward W. Procedures and Metaphysics: A Study in the Philosophy of Mathematical-Physical Science in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Berkeley: 1936. 

Temkin, Owsei. Galenism: Rise and Decline of a Medical Philosophy. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1973. 

Thorndike, Lynn. The Place of Magic in the Intellectual History of Europe. New York: 1905. 

Tuveson, Ernest L. Millenuim and Utopia: A Study in the Background of the Idea of Progress. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1949. 

Underwood, E.A. 'Early Teaching of Anatomy at Padua.' Annals of Science 19 (1963): 1-26. 

Van Deusen, Neil C. 'The Place of Telesio in the History of Philosophy.' Philosophical Review 44 (1935): 417-434. 

-----. Telesio: The First of the Moderns. New York: 1932. 

Vansteenberghe, Edmond. Le Cardinal Nicolas de Cues (1401-1464): L'action--la pensée. Paris: 1920. 

Vasoli, C. 'La premiere querelle des 'anciens' et des 'modernes' au origines de la Renaissance.' Classical Influences on European Culture, A.D. 1500-1700. Ed. R.R. Bolgar. 67-80. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1976. 

Vedrine, H. La conception de la nature chez Giordano Bruno. Paris: 1967. 

Versonk, J.J. Petrus Ramus en de Wiskunde. Assen: 1966. 

Vesalius, Andreas. The Epitome of Andreas Vesalius. Trans. with preface and intro. L.R. Lind. 1949. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1969. 

-----. The Illustrations from the Works of Andreas Vesalius of Brussels. Trans. and notes J.B. de C.M. Saunders and C.D. O'Malley. 1950. NY: Dover, 1973. 

Vitruvius. The Ten Books on Architecture. NY: Dover, 1960. 

Waite, A.E., trans. The Hermetic and Alchemical Writings of Paracelsus the Great. 2 vols. London: 1894. 

Walker, D.P. 'Kepler's Celestial Music.' Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 30 (1967): 228-250. 

Waters, William G. Jerome Cardan: A Biographical Study. London: 1898. 

Webb, Clement, C.J. Studies in the History of Natural Theology. Oxford: 1915. 

Wiener, Philip P. and Aaron Noland, ed. Roots of Scientific Thought. New York: 1957. 

Wightman, W.P.D. Science and the Renaissance. Vol. 1. New York: 1962. 

Yates, Frances A. The Art of Memory. Chicago: 1966. 

-----. 'The Art of Ramon Lull.' Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 17 (1964): 115-173. 

-----. Giordano Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition. Chicago: 1964. 

-----. 'The Hermetic Tradition in Renaissance Science.' Singleton, Art, Science, and History. 255-274. 

-----. Rev. of Rossi, Bacon. The New York Review of Books 10 (1968): 16-18. 

Zilsel, Edgar. 'The Genesis of the Concept of Scientific Progress.' Journal of the History of Ideas 6 (1945): 325-349. 

-----. 'The Origins of Gilbert's Scientific Method.' Roots of Scientific Thought. Eds. Wiener and Noland. 219-250. 

-----. 'The Sociological Roots of Science.' American Journal of Sociology 47 (1941-1942): 544-562. 

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