By: Jim Bennett, Michael Cooper, Michael Hunter and Lisa Jardine
224 pages, B/w plates
A neglected figure of seventeenth-century science, interest is now growing in Robert Hooke. The four authors, all expert historians, have come together to provide a significant revaluation of Hooke's life and work: his career as a public man, his instrument designing and making, his scientific thought, and the private world of his personal life, his illnesses and his medications.
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