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BJH volume 2 issue 1 Cover and Front matter
BJH volume 24 issue 1 Cover and Front matter
Descartes the doctor: rationalism and its therapies.
During the Scientific Revolution one important gauge of the quality of reformed natural philosophical knowledge was its ability to produce a more effective medical practice. Indeed, it was sometimes thought that philosophers who pretended to possess new and more potent philosophical knowledge might...
Context, image and function: a preliminary enquiry into the architecture of scientific societies.
Action and reaction before Newton.
Openness versus secrecy? Historical and historiographical remarks.
I will challenge this opposition. Openness and secrecy are often interlocked, impossible to take apart, and they might even reinforce each other. They should be understood as positive (instead of privative) categories that do not necessarily stand in opposition to each other. In the second part of t...
The Astronomer Royal, the Hydrographer and the time ball: collaborations in time signalling 1850–1910
BJH volume 10 issue 2 Cover and Front matter
BJH volume 3 issue 1 Cover and Front matter
BJH volume 19 issue 3 Cover and Front matter