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Contents Introduction Acknowledgements Part One Celestial Mechanics and Astronomy Chapter 1 'Robert Hooke's Seminal Contribution to Orbital Dynamics' by Michael Nauenberg Chapter 2 'Hooke's Programme: Final Thoughts' by Ofer Gal Chapter 3 'Robert Hooke as an Astronomer' by Hideto Nakajima Part Two Instruments for Natural Philosophy Chapter 4 'Instruments and Ingenuity' by Jim Bennett Chapter 5 'Hooke's Design for a Driven Equatorial Mounting' by Allan Mills, John Hennessy and Stephen Watson Chapter 6 'Assessment of the Scientific Value of Hooke's Work' by S. H. Joseph Part 3 Speculative Philosophy Chapter 7 'Hooke on Memory and the Memory of Hooke' by Douwe Draaisma Chapter 8 'Graphic Technologies' by Nick Wilding, University of Cambridge Chapter 9 'Hooke's Ideas of the Terraqueous Globe and a Theory of Evolution' by Ellen Tan Drake Part Four Architecture and Construction Chapter 10 'Hooke and Bedlam' by Jacques Heyman Chapter 11 'Robert Hooke's Montagu House' by Alison Stoesser Chapter 12 'The "Mechanick Artist" in Late Seventeenth-Century English and French Architecture' by Hentie Louw Part Five Life and Reputation Chapter 13 'Robert Hooke: Gentleman of Science' by Mordechai Feingold Chapter 14 'Hooke and Westminster' by Edward Smith Chapter 15 'After the Principia' by Robert D. Purrington Chapter 16 'Robert Hooke: a Reputation Restored' by Lisa Jardine, Queen Mary, University of London Bibliography Notes Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Hooke, Robert, 1635-1703.
Science -- Great Britain -- History -- 17th century.
Scientists -- Great Britain -- Intellectual life -- 17th century.
Hooke, Robert, 1635-1703 -- Influence.