Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||BSHS monographs ;, 4|
|LC Classifications||Q41.L85 H95 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||270 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||83209776|
Get this from a library! The Royal Society and its fellows, the morphology of an early scientific institution. [Michael Cyril William Hunter]. Michael Hunter, The Royal Society and its Fellows , 2nd. edition. British Society for the History of Science,* Pp. ix+, £10 (ppbk). ISBN 0 Michael Hunter’s well-known. The Royal Society and its Fellows, the iiorphology of an early scientific institution. Chalfont : British Society for the History of Science, ([v], pp., ISBN ). [ address: 31 High Street, Stanford in the Vale, Faringdon, SN7 8LH.] * Brief chapters on the 17th century, with detailed appendices. Newly discovered Boyle documents in the Royal Society archive: alchemical tracts and his student notebook Lawrence M. Principe Published: 01 July Page(s): 57
For the Society's active nucleus and the way in which this evolved, see Michael Hunter, The Royal Society and its Fellows – the morphology of an early scientific institution, 2nd edn. The Royal society and its fellows, () All scientist now () Liste alphabétique de la Société royale de Londres, pour l'année (). The Royal Society, Slavery and the Island of Jamaica: Article (PDF Available) in Notes and Records of The Royal Society 53(2) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Mark Govier. The Royal Society and its Fellows, The Morphology of an Early Scientific Institution - 2nd edition, , I(US$) pp. Having proceeded from its original status as a lengthy paper in Notes and Records of the Royal Society () through various impressions as a .
Michael Hunter is a professor of history at Birkbeck College, University of London. He has conducted extensive research on the history of Britain’s Royal Society as an institution, and among his many writings are Boyle: Between God and Science () and The Royal Society and Its Fellows, – The Morphology of an Early Scientific Institution (enlarged ed., ; originally published. The Royal Society and Its Fellows, The Morphology of an Early Scientific Institution (British Society for the History of Science Monographs) Paperback Elias Ashmole and His World: The Founder of the Ashmosean Museum and His World, A Tercentenary Exhibition. Jacob, Compare, The cultural meaning (ref. 10), for a similar diagnosis of the reasons why historians of eighteenth century science have steered clear of the Royal Society and “ refused to write its history, lamented its decline, and hinted at its corruption” ().Cited by: Hunter, Michael, The Royal Society and its Fellows, –, the morphology of an early scientific institution, BSHS Monographs, 4 (; second edition: Oxford, ). Moore, Keith and Mary Sampson, The Archives and Manuscripts of the Royal Society (London: The Royal Society, ).