History of Early Modern Science: key publications

  • Gal, O. Optics and Epistemology, Synthese (forthcoming).
  • Gal, O. Baroque Science, Science in Context (forthcoming).
  • Gal, O. “The Controversy Over the Comets: What was it Really About?” in Victor Boantza and Marcelo Dascal (eds.) Controversies in the Scientific Revolution, Amsterdam: John Benjamins (forthcoming).
  • Gal, O. and Chen-Morris, R., “Baroque Optics and the Disappearance of the Observer,” Journal for History of Ideas (in press).
  • Gal, O. and Chen-Morris, R. “Nature’s Drawing,” Synthese (forthcoming).
  • Gal, O. and Chen-Morris, R. 2010. “Empiricism Without The Senses: How the Instrument Replaced the Eye,” in Gal and Wolfe, The Body as Object and Instrument of Knowledge.
  • Gal O. and Wolfe C. (Co-Editors). 2010 The Body as object and instrument of knowledge: Embodied Empiricism in early modern science, Dordrecht/New York: Springer Verlag.
  • Salter, A. 2009. "Early Modern Empiricism and the Discourse of the Senses," in an edited collection of papers given at the Embodied Empiricism Sydney Symposium.
  • Waldow, A. 2010. "Empiricism and its Roots in the Ancient Medical Tradition: Fresh Looks at Kant and Galen," in Gal and Wolfe, The Body as Object and Instrument of Knowledge.
  • Waldow, A. “The Belief-Grounding Function of Sympathy”, in Peter Kail and Marina Frasca-Spada (eds.), Reading Hume’s Treatise, Oxford University Press, (forthcoming 2010).
  • Wolfe, C. T. 2010. “Empiricist heresies in early modern medical thought,” in Gal and Wolfe, The Body as Object and Instrument of Knowledge.
  • Wolfe, C. T. 2009. “Cabinet d’Histoire Naturelle, or: The Interplay of Nature and Artifice in Diderot’s Naturalism,” Perspectives on Science, 17:1.
  • Wolfe, C. T. 2009. “Organisation ou organisme? L’individuation organique selon le vitalisme montpelliérain,” invited article for special issue of Dix-Huitième Siècle, vol. 41, Y. Citton & L. Loty (eds.), Individus et communautés dans la pensée et les pratiques des Lumières.
  • Wolfe, C. T. 2009. “A happiness fit for organic bodies: La Mettrie’s medical Epicureanism,” in N. Leddy & A. Lifschitz, (eds.), Epicurus in the Enlightenment, SVEC series, Oxford: Voltaire Foundation.
  • Wolfe, C. T. and Salter, A. 2009. “Empiricism contra Experiment: Harvey, Locke and the Revisionist View of Experimental Philosophy,” Bulletin de la SHESVIE, 19:2,