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Truth and Error in Early Modern Science
Thomas Browne and His World
Featuring twelve leading experts in the literary, philosophical, and scientific culture of seventeenth-century England, this conference focuses on the works and worlds of Sir Thomas Browne, the physician, essayist, and naturalist who was one of the era’s most eloquent and idiosyncratic interpreters of the book of nature.
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Anthony Ossa-Richardson discusses, “The Pericardium of Truth: Thomas Browne and the Science of Error”. Ossa-Richardson is Faculty of English, School of Humanities at the University of Southampton. This lecture was part of the session titled, “The Ethics of Naturalism and the Science of Error”.
Published 01/23/15
Joanna Picciotto discusses, “Why Look at Animals?”. Picciotto is Associate Professor of Literature at Claremont McKenna College. This lecture was part of the session titled, “The Ethics of Naturalism and the Science of Error”.
Published 01/23/15
Seth Lobis discusses, “Fact and Fiction in Ralph Cudworth’s 'True Intellectual System of the Universe'”. Lobis is Associate Professor of Literature at Claremont McKenna College. This lecture was part of the session titled, “Fact and Fiction”.
Published 01/23/15
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