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 Primary Works and Reprints


 
 Nicolas Copernicus (1473-1543)

Baranowski, Henryk. Bibliografia Kopernikowska 1509-1955 Warsaw 1958. 

Copernicus, Nicolas. Nicholas Copernicus: Complete Works, 3 vols., London, 1972-1985. 

Copernicus, Nicolas. Nikolaus Kopernikus Gesamtausgabe, 2 vols., Berlin-Munich, 1944-1949 

Copernicus, Nicolas. Three Copernican Treatises, trans., ed., with an introduction by Edward Rosen, 2nd ed., New York, 1959. 

Copernicus, Nicolas. De Revolutionibus orbium coelestium, in Great Books of the Western World, vol. XVI, Chicago, 1952. 

Copernicus, Nicolas. Copernicus, On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres: A New Translation from the Latin, trans., introd. & notes by A.M. Duncan. New York, 1976. 

Other editions & facsimiles exist in other languages.



 
 Tycho Brahe (1546-1601)

Brahe, Tycho. Tychonis Brahe Dani Opera Omnia, J.L.E. Dreyer, ed., 15 vols., Copenhagen, 1913-1929. 

Brahe, Tycho. Tychonis Brahe Dani Epistolarum astronomicarum Uraniborg 1601. 

Brahe, Tycho. De Nova et nullius aevimemoriaprius visa stella, Copenhagen, 1573, facs. ed., 1901. 

Brahe, Tycho. Astronomia instauratae mechanica, Wandsbeck 1598, f. ed., Stockholm, 1901. 

Brahe, Tycho. Tycho Brahe's Description of His Instruments and Scientific Work, Copenhagen, 1946. 

Other editions and translations exist in modern languages.



 
 Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)

Galilei, Galileo. Le opere di Galileo Galilei, Antonio Favaro, ed., 20 vols., Florence, 1890-1909, repr. with additions, Florence, 1929-1939; 1965. 

Galilei, Galileo. Opera. A Cura di Ferdinando Flora, [Latin and Italian], Ferdinando Flora, ed., Milan, [1953]. 

English Translations

Galilei, Galileo. The Controversy on the Comets of 1618 (Discorsosulle comete and il saggiatore), Stillman Drake and C.D. O'Malley, ed. and trans., Philadelphia, 1960. 

Galilei, Galileo Dialogue on the Great World Systems, Giorgio de Santillana, ed., Chicago, 1953. 

Galilei, Galileo Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems, Stillman Drake, ed. and trans., Berkeley, 1953, rev. 1967. 

Galilei, Galileo. [Discourse on the] Two New Sciences, Stillman Drake, ed., intro., and trans., Madison, 1974. 

Galilei, Galileo. Discoveries and Opinions of Galileo, Stillman Drake, ed. and trans., New York, 1957. 

Galilei, Galileo. Galileo on Motion and on Mechanics [De Motu], I. Drabkin and Sti]lman Drake, ed. and trans., Madison, 1960. 

Galilei, Galileo. Galileo on Bodies inWater [Discorso], Stillman Drake, ed., Urbana, IL, 1960. 

Galilei, Galileo. Galileo and the Scientific Revolution [La bilancetta], L. Fermi and G. Bernadini, trans., C.S. Smith, New York, 1961. 

Galilei, Galileo. Galileo's Early Notebooks: The Physical Questions: A Translation from the Latin with historical and Paleographical Commentary, William A. Wallace, ed. and trans., Notre Dame IN, 1977. 

Galilei, Galileo. Galileo's Logical Treatises: A Translation, with notes and commentary, William A. Wallace, ed. and trans., Dordrecht, Boston, 1992. 

Galilei, Galileo. Mechanics in Sixteenth-Century Italy [Dialogus de Motu], Stillman Drake and I. Drabkin ed. and trans., Madison, 1969. 

Galilei, Galileo. Operations of the Geometric and Military Compass, 1606, Galileo Galilei, Stillman Drake, ed. and trans., Washington, DC, 1978. 

Galilei, Galileo. Sidereus Nuncius, or The Sidereal Messenger, trans. with introduction, conclusion, and notes by Albert Van Helden, Chicago and London, 1989. Cf. translation of Edward Stafford Carlos [London 1880], reprinted, Dawsons of Pall Mall, London, n.d. [1959?]. See also the British Library copy reprinted, Archival Facsimiles Limited, Alburgh, 1987. 

Translations also exist in German, French, and other modern languages.



 
 Johannes Kepler (1571-1630)

Caspar, Max. Bibliographia Kepleriana, Munich, 1936, rev. by M. List, Munich. 

Kepler, Johannes. Joannis Kepleri astronomi opera omnia, Christian Frisch, ed., 8 vols., Frankfurt-Erlangen, 1858-1871; repr. 1971- . 

Kepler, Johannes. Johannes Kepler GesammelteWerke, Walther von Dych, Max Caspar, Franz Hammer, et al., Munich, 1937- . 

Kepler, Johannes. Dioptrice, facs., Cambridge, 1962.

Kepler, Johannes. Dissertatio cumNunciosidereo, facs. Munich 1964. 

Kepler, Johannes. Astronomia nova, Harmonice mundi, Astronomia pars optica, facs., Brussels, 1968. 

Kepler, Johannes. Somnium, facs., Osnabruck, 1969. 

Kepler: English Translations

Kepler, Johannes. Astronomia Nova, William Donahue, trans., Cambridge, 1993. 

Kepler, Johannes. Epitome of Copernican Astronomy, bks. IV and V, in Great Books of the Western World, XVI, Chicago, 1952; and Harmonies of the World, bk. V. 

Kepler, Johannes.  The Harmony of the World.  Trans. with Intro. & notes by E.J. Aiton, A.M. Duncan, and J.V. Field.  Memoires of the American Philosophical Society, 1997. 

Kepler, Johannes. Kepler's Conversation with Galileo's Sidereal Messenger, Edward Rosen, trans., New York, 1965. 

Kepler, Johannes. Kepler's Somnium, Edward Rosen, trans., Madison, 1966; Compare with: Kepler's Dream [Somnium], John Lear, ed., Patricia Frueh, trans., Berkeley, 1965. 

Kepler, Johannes. Mysterium Cosmographicum: The Secret of the Universe, A.M. Duncan trans., E.J. Aiton intro. and commentary, New York, 1981. 

Kepler, Johannes. The Six-Cornered Snow Flake, Colin Hardie, trans., Oxford, 1966. 

Translations exist in German, French, & other modern languages.



 
 René Descartes (1596-1650)

Descartes, René. Oeuvres deDescartes, 12 vols., Charles Adam and Paul Tannery, eds., Paris, 1897-1913. 

Descartes, René. Correspondance. Charles Adam and Gerard Milhaud, eds., Paris, 1936-63. 

Descartes: English Translations

Descartes, René. Discourse on Method, Optics, Geometry, and Meteorology, Paul J. Olscamp, trans. and introd., Indianapolis, 1965. 

Descartes, René. The Geometry of Descartes [1637], David Eugene Smith and Marcia L. Latham, trans. and ed., La Salle, IL, 1952. 

Descartes, René. Le Monde,ou Traité de la lumière, The World, Michael S. Mahoney, trans. and ed., New York, 1979. 

Descartes, René. The Passions of the Soul, René Descartes, Stephen Voss, trans. and annotated, Indianapolis, 1989. 

Descartes, René. The Philosophical Works of Descartes, 2 vols., Elizabeth S. Haldane and G.R.T. Ross, Cambridge, 1968. 

Descartes, René. The Philosophical Writings of  Descartes, 2 vols., trans. John Cottingham, Robert Stoothoff, Dugal Murdoch, Cambridge, 1985 & 1984. 

Descartes, René. Principles of Philosophy, Valentine R. Miller and Reese P. Miller, trans. and ed., Dordrecht, 1983. 

Descartes, René. Principles of Philosophy, René Descartes, Blair Reynolds, trans. and ed., Lewiston, NY, 1988.

Descartes, René. The Scientific Work of René Descartes, J.F. Scott, ed., London, 1952. 

Descartes, René. Treatise of Man, French Text with Translation and Commentary by Thomas Steele Hall, Cambridge, MA, 1972. 

Other translations exist in English, French, German, and other modern languages.



 
 Isaac Newton (1642-1727)

Wallace, Peter and Ruth Wallace. Newton and Newtoniana,1672-1975, Folkestone, England, 1977. 

Newton, Isaac. Certain Philosophicall Questions:  Newton's Trinity Notebook, J.E. McGuire and Martin Tamny, eds., Cambridge, 1983. 

Newton, Isaac. The Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms Amended, [1728], reprinted [Histories & Mysteries of Man Ltd. London], 1988 [Printed in USA, ISBN 1-85417-000-7]. 

Newton, Isaac. The Correspondence of Isaac Newton, 7 vols., H.W. Turnbull, J.F. Scott, and A.R. Hall, and Laura Tilling, Cambridge, 1959-1977. 

Newton, Isaac. The Mathematical Papers of Isaac Newton, 8 vols., Derek T. Whiteside, ed., 1967-1981. 

Newton, Isaac. Isaac Newton's Papers & Letters on Natural Philosophy, T.S. Kuhn and I.B. Cohen, ed., Cambridge, MA, 1958. 

Newton, Isaac. Isaac Newton's Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica, the Third Edition (1726) with Variant Readings, 2 vols., prepared by A. Koyré, I.B. Cohen, and Anne Whitman, Cambridge, MA, 1972. 

Newton, Isaac. Newton's Philosophy of Nature: Selections from His Writings, H.S. Thayer, ed., New York, 1953. 

Newton, Isaac.  Newton:  Texts, Backgrounds, Commentaries, ed. I.B Cohen & R.S. Westfall, Norton Critical Edition, New York & London, 1995. 

Newton, Isaac. Observations Upon the Prophecies of Daniel, New Edition, London [J. Nisbet], 1831. 

Newton, Isaac. Opticks, reprint with analytical table of contents by Duane H.D. Roller, New York, 1952. 

Newton, Isaac. The Optical Papers of Isaac Newton, Alan E. Shapiro, ed., Cambridge, 1984- . 

Newton, Isaac. The Preliminary Manuscripts for Isaac Newton's 1687 Principia, 1684-1686, Derek T. Whiteside, introd., Cambridge, 1989. 



 
Others individuals participated in the Scientific Revolution.  The following sources provide an opportunity to consider and possibly add more individuals, networks, and communities into the traditonal 'Big Picture' of the Scientific Revolution.  These sources have served as the basis for an ongoing prosopograhical study of the Scientific Revolution and the so-call Republic of Letters.  Elsewhere at this WebSite there is reference to the project Bio-Dic, a data base project which currently includes some 80,000 files. It will eventually include all available biographical references to the world of learning, 1450-1750, in the broadest possible historical contexts.


 
ABL -  John Aubery. 'Brief Lives,' Chiefly Contemporaries, set down by John Aubery, between the years 1669 & 1696. Edited by Andrew Clark. 2 vols. Oxford, 1898. 

AC - Annales celestes du Dix-Septieme Siecle. By Alexandre-Guy Pingre, Edited by Guillaume Bigourdan. Paris, 1901. 

AF - 'Les astronomes francais de 1610 a 1667.' By Pierre Humbert. Draguignan, 1942. 

AO - Athenae Oxonienses, A New Edition. A facsimile of the London edition of 1813. By Anthony Wood. 4 vols. Reprint. New York and London, 1967. 

OF - Alumni Oxonienses: The Members of the University of Oxford, 1500-1714 . . . being the Matriculation Register of the University, Alphabetically Arranged, Revised, and Annotated. By Joseph Foster. Series 1, 2 vols. Reprint, Nendeln and Liechtenstein, 1968. 

ASI - The Anatomy of a Scientific Institution: The Paris Academy of Sciences, 1666-1803. By Roger Hahn. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London, 1971. 

BA - British Anatomy, 1525-1800: A Bibliography of Works in Britain, America and on the Continent. Second edition. Edited by K. F. Russell. St. Paul's Bibliographies, 1987. 

BBO - Jacob Bernoulli [1654-1705]. Jacobi Bernoulli, Basileenis, Opera. 2 vols. Geneva, 1744. 

BC-H - Ismaël Boulliau. The Correspondence Boulliau: A Calendar. By Robert A. Hatch. Forthcoming. 

BCB - Jacques-Benigne de Bossuet. Correspondance de Bossuet. Edited by Charles Urbain and Eugene Levesque. 15 vols. Paris, 1909-1925. 

BCO - Giorgio Baglivi. The Baglivi Correspondence from the Library of Sir William Osler. Edited by Dorothy M. Schullian. Ithaca, NY and London, 1974. 

BD - British Diaries: An Annotated Bibliography of British Diaries Written between 1442 and 1942. Compiled by William Matthews. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London, 1984. 

B-DH - Pierre Bayle. Dictionnaire historique et critique, 4 vols. Rotterdam, 1720. 

B-WFB - Francis Bacon. Works of Francis Bacon. Edited by J. Spedding, R.C. Ellis & D.D. Heath. 14 volumes, London, 1857-1874. 

BHMA - Biographical History of Medicine: Excerpts and Essays on the Men and Their Work. Edited by John H. Talbot. New York and London, 1970 

BI - Inventaire Critique de la Correspondance de Pierre Bayle. By Elisabeth Labrousse. Paris, 1961. 

BIS - La Botanica in Italia, materiali per la storia de questa scienza. Edited by P.A. Saccardo. Memorie del Reale Istituto di Scienze Lettere ed Arti. Vol. 25, No. 4 (1895), pp. 1 - 180. 

BJ - Isaac Beeckman. Journal tenu par Isaac Beeckman de 1604 a 1634. Edited by Cornelis de Waard, 4 vols., The Hague, 1939-1953. 

BK - Bibliografia Kopernikowska 1509-1955. Edited by Henryk Baranowski. Reprint, New York, 1970. 

BLH [P] - Biographisch-literarisches Handworterbuch zur Geschichte der exakten Wissenschaften. Edited by J. C. Poggendorff. Leipzig and Berlin, 1863-1926. and, Band VIIa - Supplement. Berlin, 1969. 

BLP - Robert Boyle. Letters and Papers of Robert Boyle. Edited by Michael Hunter. University Publications of America (catalogue in preparation). 

BW - Robert Boyle. The Works of Robert Boyle. Edited by Michael Hunter and Edward B. Davis. Pickering & Chatto Ltd (12 volumes in preparation). 

BW-B - Robert Boyle. The Works of the Honourable Robert Boyle. To which is prefixed The Life of the Author. Edited by Thomas Birch. 5 vols. in folio, London, 1744; 'A New Edition' [sic] 6 vols. in large quarto, London, 1772. 

C - Nicolas Copericus. Nicholas Copernicus' Complete Works. Edited by Jerzy Dobrzycki, translation and commentary by Edward Rosen. 4 vols. London and Basingstoke, 1978- . 

CC - Bonaventura Cavalieri. Carteggio. Edited by Giovanna Baroncelli. Florence, 1987. 

CL - Jean Chapelain. Lettres de Jean Chapelain. Edited by Philippe Tamizey de Larroque. 2 vols. Paris, 1880-1883. 

CLI - Jean Chapelain. Lettere inedite a Corrispondenti Italiani. Edited, with Introduction & Notes, by Petre Ciureanu. Geneva, 1964. 

COO - Girolamo Cardano. Opera Omnia. 10 vols. Reprint, New York and London, 1967. 

SM - Correspondence of Scientific Men of the Seventeenth Century . . . in the Collection of . . .the Earl of Macclesfield. Edited by Stephen Jordan Rigaud. 2 vols. Oxford, 1851. 

DBIB - Dictionary of British and Irish Botanists and Horticulturists, including Plant Collectors and otanical Artists. By Ray Desmond, with historical introduction by William T. Stearn. London, 1977. 

DC - René Descartes. Correspondance. Edited by Charles Adam and Gaston Milhaud. 8 vols. Paris, 1936-1963. 

GG1-2 - Le Opere dei Discepoli di Galileo Galilei. Edizione Nazionale. Carteggio. vol 1 (1642 -1648), vol. 2 (1649 - 1656). Edited by Paolo Galluzzi and Maurizio Torrini. Florence, 1975, 1984. 

DO - René Descartes. Oeuvres de Descartes. Edited by Charles Adam and Paul T. Tannery. 13 vols. 1897-1913. 

DPD - John Dee. The Private Diary of Dr. John Dee, and the Catalogue of his Library of Manuscripts, from the original manuscripts in the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford, and Trinity College Library, Cambridge. Edited by James Orchard Halliwell. London, 1842. 

DSB - Dictionary of Scientific Biography. Edited by Charles Coulston Gillispie et al. 16 vols. New York, 1970-1980. {et. seq} 

EC - Leonard Euler. Correspondance mathematique et physique de quelque celebres geometres du XVIIIeme siecle. Edited by P.H. Fuss. 2 vols. St. Petersburg, 1843. 

ED - John Evelyn. The Diary of John Evelyn. Edited by E. 5. de Beer. 6 vols. Oxford, 1955. 

EO - Leonard Euler. Leonhardi Euleri Opera Omnia. Edited by Charles Blanc, Asot T. Grigorijan, Walter Habicht, Adolf P. Juskevic, Vladimir I. Smirnov, Ernst Trost. 3 vols. Basil, 1975. 

ESO - Early Science in Oxford. Edited by R. T. Gunther. 14 vols. Oxford, 1923-1945. 

FC - John Flamsteed. [Inventory of the Papers of John Flamsteed. By Lesley Murdin.] Correspondence (2 vols) Adam Hilger. 

FET - Fabricius of Aquapendente. The Embryological Treatises of Hieronymus Fabricius of Aquapendente. Introduction, translation, and commentary by Howard . Adelmann. 2 vols. Ithaca, New York, 1942; Reissued 1967. 

FGL - John Flamsteed. The Gresham Lectures of John Flamsteed. Edited and Introduced by Eric G. Forbes. London, 1975. 

FL - Marsilio Ficino. The Letters of Marsilio Ficino. Translated from the Latin by members of the Language Department of the School of Economic Science, London, Preface, vol. 1, by Paul Oskar Kristeller. 3 vols. to date 

FO - Pierre Fermat. Oeuvres de Fermat. Edited by Paul Tannery, Charles Henry, and Cornelis de Waard. 5 vols. Paris, 1891-1922. 

FS - Les Femmes dans la Science. Notes Recueillies by Alononse Rebiere. 2nd Edition. Paris, 1897. 

GAC - Galileo Galilei. Amici e corrispondenti di Galileo. Edited by Antonio Favaro, with introductory notes by Paolo Galluzzi. 3 vols. Florence (reprinted) 19XX. 

GB - Hugo Grotius. Briefwisseling van Hugo Grotius. Edited by P. C. Molhuysen and B. L. Meulenbroek. The Hague, 1928- . 

GC-H - Pierre Gassendi. The Gassendi Correspondence: A Calendar. By Robert A. Hatch. Forthcoming. 

GGO - Galileo Galilei. Le Opere di Galileo Galilei, Edizione Nazionale. Edited by Antonio Favaro. 20 vols. Florence, 1890-1939. 

GI - Johann Friedrich Gronovius. Inventaire de la correspondance de Johannes Fredericus Gronovius (1631-1671). By Paul Dibon, with Hans Bots and E. Bots-Estourgie. The Hague, 1974. 

GOO - Pierre Gassendi. Petro Gassendi . . . Opera Omnia . . . hactenus edita auctor ante obit recensuit . . . posthuma vero . . . in lucem nunc primum prodeunt . . . Edited by H. L. Habert de Montmor and F. Henry. 6 vols. Lyon, 1658-1675. 

HD - Robert Hooke. The Diary of Robert Hooke MA., M.D., F.R.S. 1670-1680. London, 1935. 

HEW - Thomas Hobbes. The English Works of Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury. Edited by Sir William Molesworth, 11 Volumes. London, 1839-1845. 

HOC - Christiaan Huygens. Oeuvres Completes de Christiaan Huygens, publiees par la Societe Hollandaise des Sciences. 22 vols. The Hague, 1888-1950. 

HP - Samuel Hartlib. The Hartlib Papers. The Hartlib Project, Directed by Michael Leslie, Mark Greengrass, Michael Hannon, Patrick Collinson, with assistance from Timothy Raylor, Judith Crawford and others, University of Sheffield. {CD-Rom edition} 

IB - Institut de France: index biographique des membres et correspondants de l'Academie des sciences de 1666 a 1954. Institute de France, Gauthier-Villars, PFaris, 1954. 

IBAC - Academie des Sciences. Index Biographique des Membres et Correspondants de l'Academie des Sciences. Paris, 1968. 

JM-D - 'L'enseignement des mathematiques dans les Colleges Jesuites de France du XVIe au XVIIIe siecle.' By Francois de Dainville, S.J. Revue d'histoire des sciences, 7 (1954), pp 6-21; Pt. II, 7 (1954), pp 109-123. 

KA - Johannes Kepler. Joannis Kepleri astronomi opera omnia. Edited by Christian Frisch. 8 vols. Frankfurt, 1858-1871. 

KGW - Johannes Kepler. Gesammelte Werke. Edited by Walther van Dyck, Max Caspar, and Franz Hammer. Munich, 1937- . 

L - John Locke. The Correspondence of John Locke. Edited by E. S. de Beer. 8 vols. Oxford, 1976-1989. 

LBO - Bibliographie des Oeuvres de Leibniz. Edited by Emile Ravier. Hildesheim, 1966. 

LCIl - Carteggio Linceo. 3 parts, Atti della Reale Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Memorie della Classe di Scienze Morali, Storiche e Filologiche (Part I anni 1603-1609) pp 1-120, (Part II, anni 1610-1624, Sezione I, 1610-1615) vol. 7, 1938 (XVI), pp 123-535; Part II, Sezione II (anni 1616-1624), pp 537-993; Part III (anni 1621-1630...), pp 999-1446. 

LCC - Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Catalogue critique des manuscrits de Leibniz. Edited by A. Rivaud. Poitiers, 1914 - 1924. 

LCL/LCR - Antoni van Leeuwenhoek. The Collected Letters of Antoni van Leeuwenhoek. The complete works of Van Leeuwenhoek, issued and annotated under the Auspices of the Leeuwenhoek-Commission of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. XXXX Amsterdam, 1939- . 

LMN - Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Mathematischer Naturwissenschaftlicher und Technischer Briefwechsel. 2 vols. (1663-1683) Berlin, 1976 - 1987. 

LPG - The Lives of the Professors of Gresham College. By John Ward. London, 1740; Reprint, New York and London, 1967. 

LR - Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Register zu Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Mathematische Schriften und Der Briefwechsel mit Mathematikern. Edited by Joseph Ehrenfried Hofman. Hildesheim & New York, 1977. 

LSB - Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Samtliche Schriften und Briefe. Damstadt, Leipsig, Berlin, 1923- . 

LUI1-2 - Lettre inedite d'uomini illustr. Edited by Angelo Fabroni. 2 vols. Florence, 1773 and 1776. 

MAS - Memoires de l'Academie Royale des Sciences depuis 1666 jusqu'a 1699. 9 vols. Paris, 1729-1732. 

MC - P. Marin Mersenne. Correspondance du P. Marin Mersenne. Edited by Paul Tannery, Cornelis de Waard, and Armand Beaulieu. 16 vols. Paris, 1932-1986. 

MCL - Antonio Magliabechi. Carteggio Magliabechi, Lettere di Borde, Arnaud e associati Lionesi ad Antonio Magliabechi (1661-1700). Edited by Salvatore Ussia, Florence, 1980. 

MMC - Marcello Malpighi. The Correspondence of Marcello Malpighi. Edited by Howard B. Adelmann. 5 vols. Itaca, NY, and London, 1975. 

MME - Marcello Malpighi. Marcello Malpighi and the Evolution of Embryology. Edited by Howard B. Adelmann. 5 vols. Ithaca, NY, 1966. 

MMO - Marcello Malpighi. Opera Omni. 2 vols. London, 1686. 

MO - Nicolas de Malebranche. Oeuvres de Malebranche, vols. 18-19 (Correspondance actes et documents). Edited by Andre Robinet. Paris, 1978. 

MP - E.G.R. Taylor. The Mathematical Practitioners of Tudor & Stuart England. Cambridge, 1954. 

MP2 - E.G.R. Taylor. The Mathematical Practitioners of Hannoverian England, 1714 - 1840. Cambridge, 1966. 

MPBS - Manuscript Papers of British Scientists, 1600-1940. London, 1982. 

N - Jean-Pierre Niceron. Memoire pour servir a l'histoire des hommes illustres dans la Republique des Lettres, avec un catalogue raisonne de leurs ouvrages. 43 vols. Paris, 1727-1745. 

NC - Isaac Newton. The Correspondence of Isaac Newton. Edited by H. W. Turnbull, J. F. Scott, and A. Rupert Hall. Cambridge, 7 vols. 1959-1977. 

NMP - Isaac Newton. The Mathematical Papers of Isaac Newton. Edited by Derek T. Whiteside. 8 vols. Cambridge, 1967-19XX. 

OC - Henry Oldenburg. The Correspondence of Henry Oldenburg. Edited by A. Rupert Hall and Marie Boas Hall. 9 vols. Madison, WI, 1965-1973; vols. 10 and 11, Mansell, London, 1975-1977; vols. 12-13, Taylor & Francis, 1986. 

PC - Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc. Les Correspondants de Peiresc, Lettres inedites. 2 vols. Reprint, Geneva, 1972. 

PC-H - Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc. The Peiresc Correspondence: A Calendar. By Robert A. Hatch. Forthcoming. 

PDC - Samuel Pepys. Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, F.R.S. Edited with notes by Richard Braybrooke. 4 vols. London, 1848-1849. 

PHI - Charles Perrault. Les Hommes illustres qui ont paru en France pendant le XVIIe siecle. 2 vols. Paris, 1696-1700. 

PL - Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc. Lettres de Peiresc. Edited by Philippe Tamizey de Larroque. 7 vols. Paris, 1888-1898. 

PO - Blaise Pascal. Oeuvres de Blaise Pascal. Edited by Leon Brunschvicg, Pierre Boutroux, and Felix Gazier. 14 vols. Paris, 1908-1914. 

POC - Blaise Pascal. Oeuvres completes. Preface by Henri Gouhier, presentation and notes by Louis Lafuma. Editions du Seuil, Paris, 1963. 

PP - William Petty. The Petty Papers, Some unpublished writings of Sir William Petty Edited from the Bowood Papers. Edited by the Marquis of Lansdowne. 2 vols. London, 1927. 

PSC - William Petty. The Petty-Southwell Correspondence, 1676-1687, Edited from the Bowood Papers. Edited by the Marquis of Lansdowne. London, 1928. 

PT - Philosophical Transactions: giving some Accompt of the present Undertakings, Studies and Labours of the Ingenious in many considerable parts of the World. Edited by Henry Oldenburg. London and Oxford, 1665-1677. 

RC - John Ray. The Correspondence of John Ray. Edited by Edwin Lankester. London, 1848. 

RC2 - John Ray. Further Correspondence of John Ray. Edited by R. W. T. Gunther. London, 1928. 

RCP1-2 - The Roll of the Royal College of Physicians. Compiled from the Annals of the College and from Other Authentic Sources. By William Munk. Vol. 1, 1518-1700; Vol. 2, 1701-1800. London, 1861. 

RCS - Plarr's Lives of the Fellows of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Revised by D'Arcy Power, assisted by W. G. Spencer and G. E. Gask. 2 vols. London, 1930. 

RI - Andre Rivet. Inventaire de la correspondance d'Andre Rivet (1596-1650). By Paul Dibon. The Hague, 1971. 

RS-H - The Royal Society and Its Fellows, 1660-1700: The Morphology of an Early Scientific Institution. Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks, 1982. 

SC - Benedict de Spinoza. The Correspondence of Spinoza. Edited and Translated by Abraham Wolf. London, 1928. 

SCB-l - A Short-title Catalogue of Books printed in England . . . 1475-1640. Edited by A. W. Pollard and G. R. Redgrave. London, 1926. 

SCB-2 - Short-title Catalogue of Books printed in England . . . 1641-1700. Edited by D. G. Wing. 3 vols., New York, 1945-1951. 

SLC - Abraham Sharp. Life and Correspondence of Abraham Sharp, the Yorkshire Mathematician and Astronomer, and Assistant of Flamsteed...William Cudworth. London, 1889. 

SLT - Jan Swammerdam. The Letters of Jan Swammerdam to Melchisedec Thevenot, with English translation and a biographical skethch. By G.A. Lindeboom. Amsterdam, 1975. 

SO - Benedict de Spinoza. Spinoza Opera im Auftrag der Heidelberger Akademie de Wissenschaften herausgegeben von Carl Gebhardt. 3 vols. Heidelberg, 1972. 

SOP - Benedict de Spinoza. Opera Posthuma. Edited by J. Jellis. Amsterdam, 1677. 

SO-W - Thomas Sydenham. Thomae Sydenham, M.D., Opera Omnia. Edited by William Alexander Greenhill. London, 1844. 
Thomas Sydenham. The Works of Thomas Sydenham, M.D., Translated by R.G. Latham. 2 vols. London, 1848 - 1850. 

SR - René-Francois de Sluse. 'La correspondance de René-François de Sluse, Essai de repertoire chronologique: premierre partie (1649-1664).' Revue d'histoire des sciences, 1986, 39/I, pp 35-69; Deuxieme partie (1665-1668), 39/II, pp 155-175; Troisieme partie (1669-1685), 39/IV, pp 325-344. 

SS - Simon Stevin. The Principal Works of Simon Stevin. Edited by E. J. Dijksterhuis, D. J. Struik, A. Pannekoek, Ernst Crone, and W. H. Schukking. 4 vols. Amsterdam, 1955-1964. 

TBO - Tycho Brahe. Tychonis Brahe Dani Opera Omnia. Edited by J.L.E. Dreyer. 15 vols. Copenhagen, 1913-1929. 

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The Scientific Revolution:  General & Standard Works

Boas, Marie. The Scientific Renaissance: 1450-1630. NY: Harper, 1965. 

Bonelli, Maria L.R.; William R. Shea (eds.). Reason, Experiment, and Mysticism in the Scientific Revolution. NY, Science History, 1975. 

Burtt, E.A. The Metaphysical Foundations of Modern Physical Science. 2nd ed. 1932. Garden City, Doubleday Ancor, 1954. 

Butterfield, Herbert. The Origins of Modern Science 1300-1800. 1957. NY, Free Press, 1968. 

Cohen, I. Bernard. The Birth of a New Physics. Garden City, NY, 1960. 

Crombie, A.C. Medieval and Early Modern Science. 2 vols. (originally issued as Augustine to Galileo). Garden City, NY, 1959. 

Dear, Peter. Revolutionizing the Sciences: European Knowledge and Its Ambitions, 1500-1700. Princeton, 2001.

Forbes, R.J.; E.J. Dijksterhuis. A History of Science and Technology. 2 vols. Baltimore, Penguin, 1963. 

Gillispie, Charles C. The Edge of Objectivity

Hall, A. Rupert. From Galileo to Newton: 1630-1720. NY, Harper, 1963. 

Hall, A. Rupert. The Scientific Revolution, 1500-1700. 1954. Boston, Beacon, 1966. 

Hall, Marie Boas. Nature and Nature's Laws: Documents of the Scientific Revolution. NY, Harper, 1970. 

Haydn, Hiram. The Counter-Renaissance. NY, Harcourt-Brace, 1950.

Henry, John. The Scientifc Revolution and the Origins of Modern Science. Longmans, 1998

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

Kearney, Hugh F., ed. Origins of the Scientific Revolution. New York, 1967. 

Kearney, Hugh F. Science and Change: 1500-1700. NY, Mcgraw-Hill, 1971. 

Koyré, Alexandre. From the Closed World to the Infinite Universe. Harper, 1958. 

Kuhn, Thomas S. The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. 2nd ed. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1970. 

McLean, Antonia. Humanism and the Rise of Science in Tudor England. NY, Science History, 1972.

Oster, Malcolm, ed. Science in Europe, 1500-1800: A Secondary Sources Reader. The Open University, 2002. 

Palter, Robert M., ed. Toward Modern Science. 2 vols. New York, 1961. 

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

Sarton, George. Six Wings: Men of Science in the Renaissance. Bloomington, 1957. 

Smith, A.G.R. Science and Society in the 16th and 17th Centuries. London, Thames & Hudson, 1972. 

Thorndike, Lynn. A History of Magic and Experimental Science. 8 vols. NY, Columbia U Press, 1923-58. 

Wade, Ira. The Intellectual Origins of the French Enlightenment

Webster, Charles. The Great Instauration: Science, Medicine, and Reform, 1626-1660. London, Duckworth, 1975. 

Westfall, Richard S. The Construction of Modern Science: Mechanism and Mechanics. New York, 1971. 

Wightman, W.P.D. Science in a Renaissance Society. London, Hutchinson, 1972. 

Wightman, W.P.D. Science and the Renaissance. 2 vols. Edinburgh, Oliver & Boyd, 1962. 

Wolf, Abraham. A History of Science, Technology, and Philosophy in the 16th and 17th centuries. 2nd ed. 2 vols. NY, Harper, 1959. 



 
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The 'External Roots' of Science

Basalla, George, ed. The Rise of Modern Science: Internal or External Factors. Lexington, MA, 1968. 

Ben-David, Joseph. The Scientific Role: The Conditions of its Establishment in Europe. Minerva, 1965. 4:15-54. 

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Brown, Harcourt. 'The Utilitarian Motive in the Age of Descartes.' AS i (1936): 182. 

Bullough, Vern L., ed. The Scientific Revolution. New York, 1970. 

Bullough, Vern L. 'Education Conflict and the Development of Science in the Renaissance.' Bucknell Rev. 15 (1967): 35-45. 

Burtt, Edwin A. The Metaphysical Foundations of Modern Physical Science. 2nd ed. 1932. Garden City, Doubleday Anchor, 1954. 

lark, George. Science and Social Welfare in the Age of Newton. 2nd ed. 1949. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1970. 

Crombie, A.C. 'Historians and the Scientific Revolution.' Endeavour 19 (1960): 9-13. 

Eastwood, Bruce. 'On the Continuity of Western Science from the Middle Ages.' Isis, 1993? 

Feuer, Lewis S. The Scientific Intellectual: The Psychological and Sociological Origins of Modern Science. esp. pp 1-22. NY, Basic, 1963. 

Goldman, Steven L. 'Alexander Kojeve on the Origin of Modern Science: Sociological Modelling Gone Away.' Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science 6 (1975): 113-124. 

Hall, A. Rupert. 'On the Historical Singularity of the Scientific Revolution of the 17th Century.' The Diversity of History. Ed. J.H. Elliott et al. London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1970. 199-221. 

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Hall, A. Rupert. 'The Scholar and the Craftsman in the Scientific Revolution.' Critical Problems in the History of Science. Ed. Marshall Clagett. Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1959. 3-23. 

Hill Christopher. The Intellectual Origins of the English Revolution. London, Oxford U Press, 1965. 

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Jones, Harold W. 'Some Reflections on the Beginnings of Experimental Science.' Annals of Science 6 (1950): 283-292. 

Kearney, Hugh F., ed. Origins of the Scientific Revolution. NY, Barnes & Noble, 1964. 

King, M.D. 'Reason, Tradition and the Progressiveness of Science.' History and Theory 10 (1971): 3-32. 

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Rattansi, P.M. 'The Social Interpretation of Science in the 17th Century.' Science and Society, 1600-1900. Ed. Peter Mathias. 1-32. Cambridge, Cambridge UP, 1972. 

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Trevor-Roper, H.R. 'Review Essay: Intellectual Origins of the English Revolution by Christopher Hill.' History and Theory 5 (1966): 61-82. 

Weisinger, Herbert. 'The Idea of the Renaissance and the Rise of Science.' Lynchos 7 (1946): 11-35. 

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Learned Societies & Institutions

Agassi, Joseph. 'The Origins of the Royal Society.' Organon 7 (1970): 117-35. Essay rev. of Purver. 

Artz, F.B. The Development of Technical Education in France, 1500-1850. London, Cambridge University Press, 1966. 

Bertrand, Joseph. L'Academie des Sciences et les Academiciens de 166-1793. Paris, 1869. 

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Birch, Thomas. The History of the Royal Society. Facs of 1756-7 London ed. Intro. by A.R. and M.B. Hall. NY, Johnson, 1968. 

Brown, Harcourt. Scientific Organizations in 17th century France, 1620-1680. Baltimore, John Hopkins University Press, 1934. 

Castiglioni, Arturo. 'The School of Ferrara and the Controversy on Pliny.' Science, Medicine and History. Vol. 2. Ed. E.A. Underwood. 269-79. London, Oxford University Press, 1953. 

Clark, G.N. Science and Social Welfare in the Age of Newton. London, Oxford University Press, 1937.

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Costelljo, William T. The Scholastic Curriculum at Early Seventeenth Century. Cambridge MA, 1958. 

Debus, Allen G. Science and Education in the Seventeenth Century. The Webster -Ward Debate. New York: 1970. 

Drake, Stillman. 'The Accademia dei Lincei.' 11 Science 11 Mar. 1966: 1194-1200. 

Fauré-Fremiet, E. 'Les Origines de l'Acadmie des Sciences de Paris.' Notes & Records of the Roy. Soc. of London. 21 (1966): 20-31. 

Fisch, H. and H.W. Jones. 'Bacon's Influence on Sprat's History of the Royal Society.' Modern Language Quarterly 12 (1951): 399-406. 

Gauja, Pierre. 'L'Academie Royale des Sciences (1666-1793).' Rev. d'Hist. des Sci. Sept. -Dec. (1949): 293-310. 

Gillespie, Charles C. 'Physics and Philosophy: A Study of the Influence of the College of Physicians of London upon the Foundations of the Royal Society.' Journal of Modern History 19 (1947): 210-225. 

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

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Hagstrom, Warren. 'Gift Giving as an Organizing Principle in Science.' In Science in Context, ed. Barry Barnes and David Edge, pp. 21-34. Cambridge MA, 1982. 

Hagstrom, Warren O. The Scientific Community. Carbondale, 1965. 

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Kittering, Sharon. Patrons, Brokers, and Clients in Seventeenth-Century France. Oxford, 1986. 

Lux, David. Patronage and Royal Science in Seventeenth-Century France. Ithaca, 1989. 

Middleton, W.E. Knowles. The Experimenters. Baltimore, 1971. 

Middleton, W.E. Knowles. 'Science in Rome, 1675-1700, and the Accademia Fisicomatematica of Giovanni Giustino Ciampini.' The British Journal for the History of Science 8 (1975): 140. 

Parker, Irene. Dissenting Academies in England, their rise and progress and their place among the educational systems of the country. London, Cambridge University Press, 1914. 

Paul, Charles B. Science and Immortality. Berkeley, 1980. 

Purver, Margaret. The Royal Society: Concept and Creation. London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1967. 

Randall, John. The School of Padua and the Emergence of Modern Science. Padua, 1961. 

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Sarasohn, Lisa T. 'Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc and the Patronage of New Science in the Seventeenth Century.' Isis 84 (1993). 

Simon, Joan. 'The Comenian Educational Reformers 1640-1660 and the Royal Society of London.' Acta Comenia 2 (1970): 165-178. 

Skinner, Quentin. 'Thomas Hobbes and the Nature of the Early Royal Society.' Historical Journal 12 (1969): 217-239. 

Solomon, H.M. Public Welfare, Science, and Propaganda in 17th Century France.

Sprat, Thomas. The History of the Royal Society of London, for the Improving of Natural Knowledge. 4th ed. London, printed for J. Knapton, J. Walthoe. 

Stimson, D. Scientists and Amateurs: A History of the Royal Society. London, 1949. 

Stroup, Alice. A Company of Scientists. Berkeley, 1990. 

Sturdy, David.  Science and Social Status:  The Members of the Academie des Sciences, 1666-1750.  Boyell & Brewer, 1995. 

Syfret, R. 'Some Early Critics of the Royal Society.' Notes and Records of the Royal Society 8 (1950): 20-64. 

Taton, René. Les Origines de l'Academie Royale des Sciences. Paris, 1965. 

Turnbull, G.H. 'Samuel Hartlib's Influence on the Early History of the Royal Society.' Notes and Records 10 (1953): 101-130. 

Webster, Charles. The Great Instauration: Science, Medicine, and Reform, 1626-1660. esp. chap. 6: 'The Puritan World View and the Rise of Modern Science.' London, Duckworth, 1975. 

Webster, Charles. 'The Origins of the Royal Society.' History of Science 6 (1967): 106- 129. Essay rev. of Purver. 

Westfall, Richard S. 'Galileo and the Accademia dei Lincei.' In Novità celesti e crisi del sapere, Supplement to the Annali dell'Istituto e Museo de Storia della Scienza. [Florence], fasc. 2 (Florence, 1983), 189-200. 

Yates, Frances A. The French Academies of the Sixteenth Century. London, University of London Press, 1947. 

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Science & Religion

Austin, William H. 'Isaac Newton on Science and Religion.' Journal of the History of Ideas 31 (1970): 521-542. 

Brooke, John Hedley. Science and Religion: Some Historical Perspectives. Cambridge, 1991. 

Burtt, E.A. The Metaphysical Foundations of Modern Physical Science. 2nd ed. 1932. Garden City: Doubleday Ancor, 1954. 

Christianson, John R. 'Copernicus and the Lutherans.' Sixteenth Century Journal 4 (1973): 1-10. 

Cohen, I. Bernard. 'Isaac Newton's Principia, the Scriptures, and the Divine Providence.' Philosophy, Science, and Method. Ed. Sidney Morgenbesser. New York, St. Martin's, 1969. 523-548. 

Gerrish, B.A. 'The Reformation and the Rise of Modern Science.' The Impact of the Church Upon its Culture. Ed. Jerald C. Brauer. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1968. 231-265. 

Greaves, R. L. 'Puritanism and Science: The Anatomy of a Controversy.' Journal of the History of Ideas. 30 (1969): 345-68. 

Grendler, Paul F. 'Venice, Science, and the Index of Prohibited Books.' The Nature of Scientific Discovery. Ed. Owen Gingerich. Washington, Smithsonian, 1975. 335-347. 

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