IHR: Vol. 25, No. 1 (March 2015) Now Available

IHR_CoverIntellectual History Review, Volume 25, Issue 1, March 2015 is now available online on Taylor & Francis Online.

The latest issue of Intellectual History Review, the journal of the International Society for Intellectual History, is now available online and in print. Intellectual History Review is edited by Stephen Clucas (Birkbeck) and Stephen Gaukroger (Sydney).

Special Issue: Robert Boyle

This new issue contains the following articles:

Michael Hunter & Elizabethanne Boran
Pages: 1-4

Robert Boyle’s early intellectual evolution: A reappraisal
Michael Hunter
Pages: 5-19

“Such a sister became such a brother”: Lady Ranelagh’s influence on Robert Boyle
Michelle DiMeo
Pages: 21-36

Reading by proxy: The case of Robert Boyle (1627–91)
Iordan Avramov & Michael Hunter
Pages: 37-57

Crow’s Nest and beyond: Chymistry in the Dublin Philosophical Society, 1683–1709
Susan Hemmens
Pages: 59-80

Robert Boyle’s experimental programme: Some interesting examples of the use of subordinate causes in chymistry and pneumatics
Kleber Cecon
Pages: 81-96

Robert Boyle on God’s “experiments”: Resurrection, immortality and mechanical philosophy
Salvatore Ricciardo
Pages: 97-113

Experimental pedagogy and the eclipse of Robert Boyle in England
Peter R. Anstey
Pages: 115-131

For more information, please see the IHR’s website.


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