[Milton-L] Reading practices and empiricism
Totaro, Dr. Rebecca
rtotaro at fgcu.edu
Fri Apr 27 15:27:21 EDT 2007
Here is the one that best suits your request.
James J. Bono. _The Word of God and the Languages of Man: Interpreting
Nature in Early Modern Science and Medicine : Ficino to Descartes_.
Science and Literature Series University of Wisconsin Press, 1995.
Bono is currently completing volume two of the study while serving as a
fellow at the Folger Shakespeare Library.
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Can anyone put me on to books or articles that discuss how early modern
practices of reading texts helped scientists to develop their
observational skills? That is, how reading the book of God (or any other
book, for that matter) enabled Renaissance scientists to examine and
interpret the book of Nature?
Apologies if this is an off-list query -- I wasn't sure when I composed
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