Table of contents for Robert Hooke : tercentennnial studies / edited by Michael Cooper and Michael Hunter.

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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

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.