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Some considerations touching the usefulness of experimental naturall philosophy

by Robert Boyle

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Published by H. Hall for R. Davis in Oxford .
Written in English


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Statement[Anon.] The second tome, containing later sections of the second part
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Some Considerations Touching the Usefulness of Experimental Naturall 2 copies Unpublished Material Relating to Robert Boyle's Memoirs for the Natural 2 copies Hydrostatical Paradoxes, made out by New Experiments 2 copies. EXPERIMENTS AND CONSIDERATIONS Touching COLOURS. First occasionally Written, among some other Essays, to a Friend; and now suffer'd to come abroad as THE BEGINNING Of An Experimental History OF COLOURS. By the Honourable ROBERT BOYLE, Fellow of the ROYAL SOCIETY. Non fingendum, aut excogitandum, sed inveniendum, quid Natura faciat, aut ferat.

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- New Experiments Physico-Mechanical: Touching the Spring of the Air and their Effects; - The Skeptical Chemist; - Considerations touching the Usefulness of Experimental Natural Philosophy (followed by a second part in ) - Experiments and Considerations Touching Colours, with Observations on a Diamond that Shines in the Dark. Experimental philosophy is a new movement that seeks to return the discipline of philosophy to a focus on questions about how people actually think and feel. Departing from a long-standing tradition, experimental philosophers go out and conduct systematic experiments to reach a better understanding of people's ordinary intuitions about philosophically significant questions/5(2).


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Boyle, Robert, Sharrock, Robert, [Edition statement:] A second edition (since the first published June ). Edited by Robert Sharrock. Vertical half title: p. [] (i.e. []).Author: Robert Sharrock. Presenting some things relating to the hygieinal part of physick ; Essay V. Proposing some particulars wherein natural philosophy may be useful to the therapeutical part of physick --An appendix to the first section of the second part.

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Some Considerations Touching the Usefulnesse of Experimental Naturall Philosophy, by the Honorable Robert Boyle Esq. Robert Boyle FRS (/ b ɔɪ l /; 25 January – 31 December ) was an Anglo-Irish natural philosopher, chemist, physicist, and is largely regarded today as the first modern chemist (a title some give to 8th century Islamic scholar Jabir ibn Hayyan), and therefore one of the founders of modern chemistry, and one of the pioneers of modern experimental scientific method.

The first section. Of its usefulness to physick. Other Titles: Some considerations touching the usefulnesse of experimental natural philosophy: Responsibility: By the Honourable Robert Boyle Esq. Fellow of the Royal Society. Some Considerations touching the Usefulnesse of Experimental Naturall Philosophy, propos’d in familiar discourses to a friend, by way of invitation to the study of it.

Usefulness of Experimental Natural Philosophy, Oxford Image Information Citation: Boyle, Robert. Some considerations touching the usefulness of experimental natural philosophy.

Oxford: Printed by Henry Hall, for Ric. Davis. Permissions: This image is in the public domain. Some Considerations Touching the Usefulnesse of Experimental Natural Philosophy. Oxford: Hen: Hall for Ri: Davis, [but ].

2 volumes in 1. gadā — Considerations touching the Usefulness of Experimental Natural Philosophy (otrā daļa sarakstīta gadā) gadā — Experiments and Considerations Touching Colours, with Observations on a Diamond that Shines in the Dark; gadā — New Experiments and Observations upon Cold; gadā — Hydrostatical Paradoxes.

Boyle's ideals for the broader role of science are perhaps best exemplified by his Some Considerations touching the Usefulness of Experimental Natural Philosophy (, ). Perhaps not surprisingly, the first part of this work celebrates the religious value of study of the natural world, but the breadth of Boyle's conception of the potential.

Usefulness, I Some Considerations Touching the Usefulness of Experimental Natural Philosophy. The First Part () Usefulness, II, sect. 1 Some Considerations of the Usefulness of Natural Philosophy.

The Second Part. The First Section. Of Its Usefulness to Physick () Usefulness, II, sect. 2 Some Considerations Touching the. Natural Philosophy Books Showing of “I do not think the division of the subject into two parts - into applied mathematics and experimental physics a good one, for natural philosophy without experiment is merely mathematical exercise, while experiment without mathematics will neither sufficiently discipline the mind or.

Robert Boyle, Some Considerations Touching the Usefulness of Experimental Natural Philosophy. The First Part, in The Works of Robert Boyle, ed.

Michael Hunter and Edward B. Davis, vol. 3, “The Usefulness of Natural Philosophy” and sequels to “The Spring of the Air,” –3 (London: Pickering & Chatto, ), Google Scholar. Boyle’s Some Considerations Touching the Usefulness of Experimental Natural Philosophy () and Henry Power’s Experimental Philosoph ().

There is some irony in this situation, for there is little continuity between the early use of the term and Newton’s.

Newton consciously. Boyle, Robert, Some considerations touching the usefulness of experimental naturall philosophy / (Oxford: H. Hall for R.

Davis, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Boyle, Robert, Some considerations touching the usefulnesse of experimental naturall philosophy: propos'd in familiar discourses to a friend, by way of. in the titles of such works as Robert Boyle's Some Considerations Touching the Usefulness of Experimental Natural Philosophy () and Henry Power's Experimental Philosophy ().

The apparent conti-nuity between Newton's usage and that of the early Royal Society is, however, largely an illusion. Newton had consciously avoided.

The following are the more important of his works in addition to the two already mentioned:—Considerations touching the Usefulness of Experimental Natural Philosophy (), followed by a second part in ; Experiments and Considerations upon Colours, with Observations on a Diamond that Shines in the Dark (); New Experiments and Observations upon Cold ();.

Some Considerations of the Usefulnesse of Naturall Philosophy. The Second Part. The First Section. Of It's Usefulness to Physick () [Works, vol. 3] Experiments and Considerations Touching Colours () [Works, vol. 4] New Experiments and Observations Touching Cold, or an Experimental History of Cold, Begun () [Works, vol.

4]. A French collection, with the title 'Recueil d'Expériences,' appeared at Paris in Of his separate treatises the following, besides those already mentioned, deserve to be particularised: # 'Some Considerations touching the Usefulness of Experimental Natural Philosophy' (Oxford,2nd.

His publications included New Experiments Physio-Mechanical, Touching the Spring of the Air and its Effects () and Some Considerations Touching the Usefulness of Experimental Natural Philosophy().

Among his works, The Sceptical Chymist () is seen as a cornerstone book in the field of chemistry.