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  1. 1. Introduction 0 items
    There are no required readings for this session
  2. 2. Renaissance Science 2 items
    1. Natural Magick - Giambattista della Porta 1658

      Book Essential read the First Book chapters I, II, III, VII, XI.

  3. 3. Science at Court 2 items
    1. Galileo's System of Patronage - Mario Biagioli 1990

      Article Essential

  4. 4. Science and Art 1 item
  5. 6. Reading Week 0 items
  6. 7. Experiments and Instruments 2 items
  7. 8. Newton 2 items
  8. 9. Public Science and the Enlightenment 1 item
  9. 10. Science, Exploration and Empire 2 items
  10. 11. The Chemical Revolution 2 items
    1. Elements of chemistry: in a new systematic order - Antoine Laurent Lavoisier 1790 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Read the "Preface by the Author"

  11. Links to Optional Readings 68 items
    1. Physical science in the Middle Ages - Edward Grant 1977

      Book Optional

    2. A Source book in Medieval Science - Edward Grant 1974

      Book Optional

    3. Magic in the Middle Ages - Richard Kieckhefer 2014

      Book Optional

    4. Science and religion: a historical introduction - Gary B. Ferngren c2002

      Book Optional

    5. Man and nature in the Renaissance - Allen G. Debus 1978

      Book Optional

    6. Natural Magick - Giambattista della Porta 1669

      Book Optional

    7. Sidereus nuncius: or, The Sidereal messenger - Galileo Galilei, Albert Van Helden 1989

      Book Optional

    8. "Courts and Academies" - Moran, Bruce 2008

      Website Optional

    9. Curiosity in early modem science - Lorraine Daston 10/1995

      Article 

    10. The duke and the stars: astrology and politics in Renaissance Milan - Monica Azzolini 2013

      Book 

    11. The death of nature: women, ecology, and the scientific revolution - Carolyn Merchant 1989], c1980

      Book 

    12. New Atlantis - Francis Bacon, R. H. 1660

      Book 

    13. Francis Bacon and the transformation of early-modern philosophy - Stephen Gaukroger 2001

      Book 

    14. The Telescope in the Seventeenth Century - Van Helden, Albert Mar., 1974

      Article 

    15. What Is a Scientific Instrument, When Did It Become One, and Why? - Review by: Deborah Jean Warner Mar., 1990

      Article 

    16. Instruments and the imagination - Hankins, Thomas L., Silverman, Robert J. c1995

      Book 

    17. "Laboratories" - Pamela H. Smith 2008

      Website 

    18. Newton: texts, backgrounds, commentaries - Isaac Newton, I. Bernard Cohen, Richard S. Westfall c1995

      Book 

    19. Newton's Alchemy and His Theory of Matter - Dobbs, B. J. T. Dec., 1982

      Article Optional

    20. Let Newton be! - John Fauvel 1988

      Book 

    21. Newton: the making of a genius - Patricia Fara 2002

      Book 

    22. Newton: a very short introduction - Rob Iliffe 2007

      Book 

    23. Newtonian studies - Koyré, Alexandre 1965

      Book 

    24. The case of electricity - Heilbron, J. L.

      Chapter  Digitised reading

    25. The Enlightenment - Outram, Dorinda c2013

      Book 

    26. Popular science and public opinion in eighteenth-century France - Michael Lynn 2006

      Book 

    27. The brokered world: go-betweens and global intelligence, 1770-1820 - Schaffer, Simon c2009

      Book 

    28. "Chemistry" - Jan Golinski 2008

      Website 

    29. Elements of chemistry: in a new systematic order - Antoine Laurent Lavoisier 1790 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    30. Science and technology in the Industrial Revolution - A. E. Musson, Eric Robinson 1969

      Book 

    31. Practical matter: Newton's science in the service of industry and empire, 1687-1851 - Margaret C. Jacob, Larry Stewart 2004

      Book 

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