PUBLICATIONS & PREPRINTS
Alan F. Chalmers, The Scientist’s Atom and the Philosopher’s Stone: How Science Succeeded and Philosophy Failed to Gain Knowledge of Atoms. Dordrecht: Springer, 2009.
Charles Wolfe and Ofer Gal, eds., The Body as object and instrument of knowledge. Embodied Empiricism in early modern science. (Dordrecht/New York: Springer, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 2010.)
Alan Salter and Charles Wolfe, “Empiricism contra Experiment: Harvey, Locke and the Revisionist View of Experimental Philosophy,” Bulletin de la SHESVIE 19:2 (2009): 113-140.
Darwin and the British Natural Theology Tradition
The Religious Thought of Francis Bacon
The Royal Society, natural history and the peoples of the ‘New World(s)’, 1660–1800.
John Sutton, “Carelessness and Inattention: mind-wandering and the physiology of fantasy from Locke to Hume,” in Charles Wolfe and Ofer Gal, eds., The Body as Object and Instrument of Knowledge. Embodied Empiricism in Early Modern Science (Dordrecht/New York: Springer, Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 2010), 243-263.
Anik Waldow, “The Pretense of Skepticism and Its Nonepistemological Relevance in Early Modern Philosophy,” History of Philosophy Quarterly 27:1 (Jan. 2010).
(with Annette Baier), “A Conversation between Annette Baier and Anik Waldow about Hume's Account of Sympathy,” Hume Studies 34:1 (April 2008).
“Triggers of Thought. Impressions within Hume’s Theory of Mind”, in Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy (forthcoming, 2010)
Charles Wolfe, “A happiness fit for organic bodies: La Mettrie’s medical Epicureanism,” in Neven Leddy & Avi Lifschitz, eds., Epicurus in the Enlightenment (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 2009), 69-83.
Richard Yeo and Vanessa Smith, eds., Friendship in early Modern Philosophy and Science, special issue of Parergon 26 (2009).
Richard Yeo and Ann Blair, eds., Note-taking in early Modern Europe, special issue of Intellectual History Review, forthcoming October 2010; contents here.
Raz D. Chen-Morris, From Emblems to Diagrams: Kepler's New Pictorial Language of Scientific Representation; The Fall of Icarus and Kepler’s Camera Obscura: The Theme of Forbidden Knowledge in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries Revisited
Sven Dupré, Kepler’s Experiment and His Theory of Optical Imagery
Ofer Gal, From Divine Order to Human Approximation: Mathematics in Baroque Science
Raz D. Chen-Morris & Ofer Gal, Nature’s Drawing; The Baroque Observer.
David Gilad, Newton in the market place.
-, Cunningham and Williams, De-Centering the 'Big Picture': "The Origins of Modern Science" and the Modern Origins of Science.
John Schuster, "The Scientific Revolution: an introduction to the history and philosophy of science," UNSW, can be found here.
Charles Wolfe, “Early modern epistemologies of the senses: from the nobility of sight to the materialism of touch” (AULLA presentation, 2009).,
-, David Norton on empiricism.
-, On Reill Vitalizing Nature.