Alberto Vanzo and Peter Anstey are pleased to announce the publication of Experiment, Speculation and Religion in Early Modern Philosophy, New York: Routledge, 2019.
This is the first collection ever published that is dedicated to the theme of early modern experimental philosophy. It contains studies of individual philosophers –– Bacon, Boyle, Cavendish, Hobbes, Locke and Newton –– as well as studies of the place of hypotheses, the relation between experimental philosophy and religion and a critical overview of the state of the field in contemporary scholarship.
Alberto vanzo and Peter R. Anstey
- Francis Bacon on Sophists, Poets and other Forms of Self-Deceit (Or, What can the
Experimental Philosopher Learn from a Theoretically Informed History of Philosophy?)
- Robert Boyle and the Intelligibility of the Corpuscular Philosophy
Peter R. Anstey
- Cavendish and Boyle on Colour and Experimental Philosophy
- Appeals to Experience in Hobbes’ Science of Politics
- Locke and the Experimental Philosophy of the Human Mind
- Newton’s Scaffolding: The Instrumental Roles of his Optical Hypotheses
- What (Else) was Behind the Newtonian Rejection of ‘Hypotheses’?
- From Experimental Natural Philosophy to Natural Religion: Action and Contemplation in the Early Royal Society
- Experimental Philosophy and Religion in Seventeenth-Century Italy
- Early Modern Experimental Philosophy: A Non-Anglocentric Overview