Selected Works about Isaac Newton and his Thought

P. Ackroyd, Isaac Newton (London: Chatto and Windus, 2006)

J.C. Adams, G. Stokes, H.R. Luard and G.D. Liveing, A catalogue of the Portsmouth collection of books and papers written by or belonging to Sir Isaac Newton, the scientific part of which has been presented by the Earl of Portsmouth to the University of Cambridge, drawn up by the syndicate appointed 6th November 1872 (Cambridge: The University Press, 1888)

T. Ahnert, "Newtonianism in early Enlightenment Germany c. 1720-1750: metaphysics and the critique of dogmatic philosophy", Studies in the history and philosophy of science 35 (2004), 471-91

H.G. Alexander, ed., The Leibniz-Clarke correspondence, together with extracts from Newton’s Principia and Opticks (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1956)

P. Anstey, "The methodological origins of Newton’s Queries", Studies in history and philosophy of science 35 (2004), 247-69

P. Aughton, Newton’s apple: Isaac Newton and the English scientific renaissance (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2003)

W.H. Austen, "Isaac Newton on science and religion", Journal of the history of ideas, 31 (1970), 521-42

J-F. Baillon, "La réformation permanente: les newtoniens et le dogme trinitaire", in Maria-Cristina Pitassi, ed., Le Christ entre orthodoxie et lumières (Geneva: Droz, 1994), 123-37

J-F. Baillon, "Newtonisme et idéologie dans l’Angleterre des lumières": doctoral thesis (Sorbonne, 1995)

J-F. Baillon, "Early eighteenth-century Newtonianism: the Huguenot contribution", Studies in the history and philosophy of science 35 (2004), 533-48

J.S. Bardi, The calculus wars: Newton and Leibniz, the greatest mathematical clash of all time (London: High Stakes, 2006)

A. Bäumer and M. Büttner, eds., Science and religion/Wissenschaft und Religion. Proceedings of the Symposium of the XVIIIth International Congress of History of Science at Hamburg-Munich, 1-9 August 1989 (Bochum: Universitätsverlag Dr. N. Brockmeyer, 1989)

S.B. Baxter, The development of the Treasury, 1660-1702 (London, 1957)

Z. Bechler, ed., Contemporary Newtonian research, Studies in the history of modern science 9 (Dordrecht: D. Reidel, 1982)

M. Ben-Chaim, "Doctrine and use: Newton’s ‘gift of preaching’", History of science 36 (1998), 269-98

M. Ben-Chaim, Experimental philosophy and the birth of empirical science: Boyle, Locke, and Newton (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004)

Y. Ben-Menahem, M. Feingold and S. Snobelen, Newton’s secrets: Newtonian manuscripts from the collections of the National Library, Jerusalem: catalogue of the 2007 exhibition of Newton manuscripts, in Hebrew and English (Jerusalem: Jewish National and University Library and the Einstein Center at the Hebrew University, 2007)

J.J. Bono, "From Paracelsus to Newton: the Word of God, the Book of Nature, and the eclipse of the ‘emblematic world view’", in Force and Popkin, Newton and religion, 45-76.

G.S. Brett, "Newton’s place in the history of religious thought", in History of Science Society, Sir Isaac Newton 1727-1927, 259-73

D. Brewster, The life of Sir Isaac Newton (New York: J. & J. Harper, 1831)

D. Brewster, Memoirs of the life, writings, and discoveries of Sir Isaac Newton, 2 vols. (Edinburgh: Thomas Constable & Co., 1855; reprinted with an introduction by R.S. Westfall, New York and London, 1965)

P. Bricker and R.I.G. Hughes, eds., Philosophical perspectives on Newtonian science (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1990)

J.H. Brooke, Science and religion: some historical perspectives (Cambridge: CUP, 1991)

J.H. Brooke and G.N. Cantor, Reconstructing nature: the engagement of science and religion (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1998)

J.Z. Buchwald and I.B. Cohen, eds., Isaac Newton’s natural philosophy (Cambridge, Mass. and London: MIT Press, 2001)

F. Cajori, "Sir Isaac Newton’s early study of the Apocalypse", Popular astronomy 34 (1926), 75-8

P. Casini, "Newton, a sceptical alchemist?", in Righini Bonelli and Shea, Reason, experiment, and mysticism, 233-8

P. Casini, "Newton: the Classical Scholia", History of science 22 (1984), 1-58

D. Castillejo, A report on the Yahuda collection of Newton MSS. bequeathed to the Jewish National and University Library at Jerusalem (typescript, Jerusalem, 1969)

D. Castillejo, The expanding force in Newton’s cosmos as shown in his unpublished papers (Madrid: Ediciones de Arte y Bibliofilia, 1981)

C.E. Challis, A new history of the Royal Mint (Cambridge: CUP, 1992)

J. Champion, "‘Acceptable to inquisitive men’: some Simonian contexts for Newton’s biblical criticism, 1680-1692", in Force and Popkin, Newton and religion, 77-96

G.E. Christianson, In the presence of the Creator. Isaac Newton and his times (New York: The Free Press; London: Collier Macmillan, 1984)

G.E. Christianson, Isaac Newton (New York and Oxford: OUP, 2006)

M.S. Churchill, "The Seven Chapters, with explanatory notes", Chymia 12 (1967), 29-57

A. Clericuzio, "From van Helmont to Boyle: a study of the transmission of Helmontian chemical and medical theories in seventeenth-century England", British journal for the history of science 26 (1993), 303-54

A. Clericuzio and P.M. Rattansi, eds., Alchemy and chemistry in the 16th and 17th centuries (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1994)

I.B. Cohen and R. Schofield, eds., Isaac Newton’s papers and letters on natural philosophy and related documents (Cambridge, Mass. and London: Harvard University Press, 1978; first ed. Cambridge: CUP, 1958)

I.B. Cohen and A. Koyré, "The case of the missing tanquam. Leibniz, Newton, and Clarke", Isis 52 (1961), 555-66

I.B. Cohen, "Isaac Newton’s Principia, the Scriptures, and the Divine Providence", in S. Morgenbesser, P. Suppes and M. White, eds., Philosophy, science, and method: essays in honor of Ernest Nagel (New York: St Martin’s Press, 1969), 523-48

I.B. Cohen, Introduction to Newton’s ‘Principia’ (London: CUP, 1971)

I.B. Cohen and A. Koyré, eds., Isaac Newton’s Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica. The third edition (1726) with variant readings, 2 vols. (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1972)

I.B. Cohen, "The Principia, universal gravitation, and the ‘Newtonian style’, in relation to the Newtonian revolution in science: notes on the occasion of the 250th anniversary of Newton’s death", in Bechler, Contemporary Newtonian research, 21-108

I.B. Cohen and R.S. Westfall, eds., Newton (New York: Norton,1995)

I.B. Cohen, "The case of the missing author: the title page of Newton’s Opticks (1704), with notes on the title page of Huygens’s Traité de la lumière", in Buchwald and Cohen, Newton’s natural philosophy, 15-46

I.B. Cohen and G. Smith, eds., The Cambridge companion to Newton (Cambridge: CUP, 2002)

E. Cook, C. Hošek, J. Macpherson, P. Parker, and J. Patrick, eds., Centre and labyrinth. Essays in honour of Northrop Frye (Toronto: University of Toronto Press in association with Victoria University, 1983)

B.P. Copenhaver, "Jewish theologies of space in the scientific revolution: Henry More, Joseph Raphson, Isaac Newton and their predecessors", Annals of science 37 (1980), 489-548

A.P. Coudert, "Newton and the Rosicrucian Enlightenment", in Force and Popkin, Newton and religion, 17-43

J. Craig, Newton at the Mint (Cambridge: CUP, 1946)

J. Craig, "Isaac Newton - crime investigator", Nature 182 (1958), 149-52

J. Craig, "Isaac Newton and the counterfeiters", Notes and records of the Royal Society 18 (1963), 136-45

M.J. Crowe, Mechanics from Aristotle to Einstein (Santa Fe: Green Lion Press, 2007)

P. Curry, ed., Astrology, science and society. Historical essays (Woodbridge, Suffolk: The Boydell Press, 1987)

R.H. Daletz and M. Nauenberg, eds., The foundations of Newtonian scholarship (Singapore and London: World Scientific, 2000)

E.B. Davis, "Newton’s rejection of the ‘Newtonian world view’: the role of Divine Will in Newton’s natural philosophy", Fides et historia 22 (1990), 6-20

A. Debus, ed., Science, medicine and society in the Renaissance: essays to honor Walter Pagel, 2 vols. (London: Science History Publications/Watson Academic Publications, 1972)

R. Delgado-Moreira, "Epistemology and rhetorical strategies in Newton’s theological writings": doctoral thesis (University of London, 2006)

R. Delgado-Moreira, "Newton’s treatise on Revelation: the use of a mathematical discourse", Historical research 79 (2006), 224-46

A. De Morgan, Essays on the life and work of Newton, ed. P.E.B. Jourdain (Chicago and London: Open Court Publishing, 1914)

D. Densmore, Newton’s Principia: the central argument (Santa Fe: Green Lion Press, 1995; revised 3d ed. 2003)

B.J.T. Dobbs, The foundations of Newton’s alchemy or ‘The Hunting of the Greene Lyon’ (Cambridge: CUP, 1975)

B.J.T. Dobbs, "Newton manuscripts at the Smithsonian Institution", Isis 68 (1977), 105-7

B.J.T. Dobbs, "Newton’s copy of Secrets Reveal’d and the regimens of the work", Ambix 26 (1979), 145-69

B.J.T. Dobbs, "Newton’s alchemy and his theory of matter", Isis 73 (1982), 511-28

B.J.T. Dobbs (trans. Christoph Meinel), "Alchemische Kosmogonie und arianische Theologie bei Isaac Newton", Wolfenbütteler Forschungen 32 (1986), 137-50

B.J.T. Dobbs, "Newton’s Commentary on The Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus: its scientific and theological significance", in Merkel and Debus, Hermeticism, 182-91

B.J.T. Dobbs, Alchemical death & resurrection: the significance of alchemy in the age of Newton (Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Libraries, 1990)

B.J.T. Dobbs, The Janus faces of genius. The role of alchemy in Newton’s thought (Cambridge: CUP, 1991)

B.J.T. Dobbs, "Newton as Final Cause and First Mover", in Osler, Rethinking the Scientific Revolution, 25-40

B.C. Downing, "Eschatological implications of the understanding of time and space in the thought of Isaac Newton": doctoral thesis (University of Edinburgh, 1966)

J. Edleston, Correspondence of Sir Isaac Newton and Professor Cotes, including letters of other eminent men, now published from the originals in the library of Trinity College, Cambridge (London, 1850)

P. Fara, Newton: the making of genius (London: Macmillan, 2002)

P. Fara and D. Money, "Isaac Newton and Augustan Anglo-Latin poetry", Studies in the history and philosophy of science 35 (2004), 549-71

J. Faur, "Newton, Maimonides, and esoteric knowledge", Cross currents: the journal of the Association for Religious and Intellectual Life 40 (1990), 527-38

C.R. Fay, "Newton and the gold standard", Cambridge historical journal 5 (1935-7), 109-17

M. Feingold, "Mathematicians and naturalists: Sir Isaac Newton and the Royal Society", in Buchwald and Cohen, Newton’s natural philosophy, 78-102

M. Feingold, The Newtonian moment: Isaac Newton and the making of modern culture (New York and Oxford: OUP, 2004)

J. Ferguson, Bibliotheca chemica, 2 vols. (Glasgow: James Maclehose & Sons, 1906)

J.V. Field and F. James, eds., Renaissance and Revolution: humanists, scholars, craftsmen and natural philosophers in early modern Europe (Cambridge: CUP, 1993)

K. Figala, "Die Mathematikeralchemisten des 17. Jahrhunderts: einige Betrachtungen zur Alchemie Newtons", Deutsches Museum Abhandlungen und Berichte 41 (1973), 19-32

K. Figala, "Ein Exemplar der Chronologie von Newton aus dem Besitz von Pierre des Maizeaux in der bibliothèque de la ville de Colmar", Verhandlungen der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Basel 84 (1974), 646-97

K. Figala, "Historische Experimente (um 1675); Isaac Newton: Gewinnen eines ‘Philosophischen Merkurs’ als Lösungsmittel für Gold", Chemie, Experiment und Didaktik 2 (1976), 143-48

K. Figala, "Zwei Londoner Alchemisten um 1700: Sir Isaac Newton und Cleidophorus Mystagogus", Physis 18 (1976), 245-73

K. Figala, "Newton as alchemist", History of science 15 (1977), 102-37

K. Figala, "Newton als Alchemist": doctoral thesis (Munich, 1978)

K. Figala, "Newtons rationales System der Alchemie", Chemie in unserer Zeit 12 (1978), 101-10

K. Figala and E. H. Berninger, eds., Arithmos-Arrythmos: Skizzen aus der Wissenschaftsgeschichte. Festschrift für J.O. Fleckenstein zum 65. Geburtstag, Beiträge aus dem Forschungsinstitut des deutschen Museums für die Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften und der Technik (Munich: Minerva, 1979)

K. Figala, "Gedanken zu Isaac Newtons Studium von Agricolas Werken", in Figala and Berninger, Arithmos-Arrythmos, 73-103

K. Figala, "Die exakte Alchemie von Isaac Newton", Verhandlungen der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Basel 94 (1984), 157-228

K. Figala, "Die Masseinheit des spezifischen Gewichts in Isaac Newtons Alchemie und Chemie", in Witthöft et al., Die historische Metrologie, 39-61

K. Figala, J. Harrison and U. Petzold, "De Scriptoribus Chemicis: sources for the establishment of Isaac Newton’s (al)chemical library", in Harman and Shapiro, Investigation of difficult things, 135-79

K. Figala and U. Petzold, "Alchemy in the Newtonian circle: personal acquaintances and the problem of the late phase of Isaac Newton’s alchemy", in Field and James, Renaissance and Revolution, 173-91

K. Figala, "Newton’s Alchemy", in Cohen and Smith, Companion, 370-386

P. Findlen, "The Janus faces of science in the seventeenth century: Athanasius Kircher and Isaac Newton", in Osler, Rethinking the Scientific Revolution, 221-46

J. Force, William Whiston, honest Newtonian (Cambridge: CUP, 1985)

J. Force, "Newton and deism", in Bäumer and Büttner, Science and religion, 120-32

J. Force, "Newton’s ’sleeping argument’ and the Newtonian synthesis of science and religion", in Thrower, On the shoulders of giants, 109-27

J. Force and R.H. Popkin, Essays on the context, nature and influence of Isaac Newton’s theology (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1990)

J. Force, "The Newtonians and deism", in Force and Popkin, Essays, 43-74

J. Force, "Newton’s God of Dominion: the unity of Newton’s theological, scientific and political thought", in Force and Popkin, Essays, 75-102

J. Force, "Sir Isaac Newton: ‘Gentleman of Wide Swallow’? Newton and the latitudinarians", in Force and Popkin, Essays, 119-41

J. Force, "The breakdown of the Newtonian synthesis of science and religion: Hume, Newton and the Royal Society", in Force and Popkin, Essays, 143-64

J. Force, "Hume’s interest in Newton and science", in Force and Popkin, Essays, 181-206

J. Force and R.H. Popkin, eds., The Books of Nature and Scripture: recent essays on natural philosophy, theology and biblical criticism in the Netherlands of Spinoza’s time and the British Isles of Newton’s time (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1994)

J. Force, "The God of Abraham and Isaac (Newton)", in Force and Popkin, Books of Nature and Scripture, 179-200

J. Force, "Newton, the Lord God of Israel and knowledge of nature", in Popkin and Weiner, Jewish Christians, 131-58

J. Force and R.H. Popkin, eds., Newton and religion: context, nature and influence (Dordrecht and Boston: Kluwer, 1999)

J. Force, "Newton, the ‘Ancients’ and the ‘Moderns’", in Force and Popkin, Newton and religion, 237-57

J. Force, "The nature of Newton’s ‘Holy Alliance’ between science and religion: from the Scientific Revolution to Newton (and back again)", in Osler, Rethinking the Scientific Revolution, 247-70

J. Force and R.H. Popkin, eds., The millenarian turn: millenarian contexts of science, politics and everyday Anglo-American life in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2001)

J. Force and S. Hutton, eds., Newton and Newtonianism: new studies (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2004)

H.S. Foxwell, ed., Investigations in currency and finance (London, 1884)

L.E. Froom, The prophetic faith of our fathers. The historical development of prophetic interpretation, 4 vols. (Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald, 1946-54)

A. Funkenstein, Theology and the scientific imagination from the middle ages to the seventeenth century (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1986)

J. Gascoigne, "‘The wisdom of the Egyptians’ and the secularisation of history in the age of Newton", in Gaukroger, The uses of antiquity, 171-212

S. Gaukroger, ed., The uses of antiquity: the Scientific Revolution and the classical tradition (Dordrecht and London: Kluwer, 1991)

S.S. Genuth, "Comets, teleology, and the relationship of chemistry to cosmology in Newton’s thought", Annali dell’Instituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza di Firenze 10 (1985), 31-65

J. Gleick, Isaac Newton (London: Fourth Estate, 2003)

M. Goldish, "Newton on Kabbalah", in Force and Popkin, Books of Nature and Scripture, 89-103

M. Goldish, Judaism in the theology of Sir Isaac Newton (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1998)

M. Goldish, "Newton’s Of the Church: its contents and implications", in Force and Popkin, Newton and religion, 145-64

P. Gouk, "Newton and music: from the microcosm to the macrocosm", International studies in philosophy of science 1 (1986), 36-59

J. Greaves, Miscellaneous works, ed. T. Birch, 2 vols. (London, 1737)

W.J. Greenstreet, ed., Isaac Newton (1642-1727): a memorial volume (London, 1927)

H. Guerlac and M. Jacob, "Bentley, Newton and providence (the Boyle lectures once more)", Journal of the history of ideas 30 (1969), 307-19

H. Guerlac, "Theological voluntarism and biological analogies in Newton’s physical thought", Journal of the history of ideas 44 (1983), 219-29

N. Guicciardini, "Isaac Newton and the publication of his mathematical manuscripts", Studies in the history and philosophy of science 35 (2004), 455-470

A.R. Hall, "Sir Isaac Newton’s note-book, 1661-65", Cambridge historical journal 9 (1948), 239-50

A.R. Hall and M.B. Hall, "Newton’s chemical experiments", Archives internationales d’histoire des sciences 11 (1958), 13-28

A.R. Hall and M.B. Hall, eds., Unpublished scientific papers of Isaac Newton (Cambridge: CUP, 1962)

A.R. Hall, Philosophers at war. The quarrel between Newton and Leibniz (Cambridge: CUP, 1980)

A.R. Hall, Isaac Newton: adventurer in thought (Oxford: Blackwell, 1992)

A.R. Hall, Isaac Newton: eighteenth-century perspectives (Oxford: OUP, 1999)

M.B. Hall, "Newton’s voyage in the strange seas of alchemy", in Righini Bonelli and Shea, Reason, experiment, and mysticism, 239-46

M.P. Hanen, M.J. Osler, and R.G. Weyant, eds., Science, pseudo-science and society (Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1980)

D.E. Harkness, "Alchemy and eschatology: exploring the connections between John Dee and Isaac Newton", in Force and Popkin, Newton and religion, 1-15

P. Harman and A.E. Shapiro, eds., The investigation of difficult things: essays on Newton and the history of the exact sciences, in honour of D.T. Whiteside (Cambridge: CUP, 1992)

W. Harper and G.E. Smith, "Newton’s new way of inquiry", in J. Leplin, ed., The creation of ideas in physics: studies for a methodology of theory construction (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1995), 113-66

J. Harrison, The library of Isaac Newton (Cambridge: CUP, 1978)

P. Harrison, "Newtonian science, miracles, and the Laws of Nature", Journal of the history of ideas 56 (1995), 531-53

D.B. Haycock, "‘The long-lost truth’: Sir Isaac Newton and the Newtonian pursuit of ancient knowledge", Studies in the history and philosophy of science 35 (2004), 605-23

D.B. Haycock, "‘Claiming him as her son’: William Stukeley, Isaac Newton and the archaeology of the Trinity", in J. Brooke and I. Maclean, eds., Heterodoxy in early modern science and religion (Oxford: OUP, 2005)

H. Haynes, Brief memoires relating to the silver & gold coins of England: with an account of the corruption of the hammerd monys, and of the reform by the late grand coynage, at the Tower, & the five Country Mints. In the years 1696, 1697, 1698, & 1699 (BL, Lansdowne Ms. DCCCI)

J. Henry, "‘Pray do not ascribe that notion to me’: God and Newton’s gravity", in Force and Popkin, Books of Nature and Scripture, 123-47

R. Higgitt, "‘The apple of their eye’: biographies of Isaac Newton 1820-1870": doctoral thesis (University of London, 2004)

R. Higgitt, R. Iliffe and M. Keynes, eds., Early biographies of Isaac Newton 1660-1885, 2 vols. (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2006)

W.G. Hiscock, ed., David Gregory, Isaac Newton and their circle: extracts from David Gregory’s Memoranda 1677-1708 (Oxford: printed for the editor, 1937)

History of Science Society, Sir Isaac Newton 1727-1927: a bicentenary evaluation of his work (London: Bailliere Tindall & Cox, 1928)

R.W. Home, "Force, electricity, and the powers of living matter in Newton’s mature philosophy of nature", in Osler and Farber, Religion, science and worldview, 95-117

J.K. Horsefield, British monetary experiments, 1650-1710 (London: G. Bell & Sons, 1960)

S. Horsley, ed., Isaaci Newtoni opera quae exstant omnia. Commentariis illustrabat Samuel Horsley, LL.D, R.S.S., 5 vols. (London, 1779-85)

S.D. Horton, The silver pound and England’s monetary policy since the Restoration together with the history of the guinea illustrated by contemporary documents (London: Macmillan & Co., 1887)

M. Hunter, ed., Archives of the Scientific Revolution (Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell Press, 1998)

S. Hutton, ed., Henry More (1614-1687): tercentenary studies (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1990)

S. Hutton, "More, Newton, and the language of Biblical prophecy", in Force and Popkin, Books of Nature and Scripture, 39-53

S. Hutton, "The seven trumpets and the seven vials: apocalypticism and Christology in Newton’s theological writings", in Force and Popkin, Newton and religion, 165-78

S. Hutton, "Emilie de Châtelet’s Institutions de physique as a document in the history of Newtonianism", Studies in the history and philosophy of science 35 (2004), 515-31

R. Iliffe, "‘The Idols of the Temple’: Isaac Newton and the private life of anti-idolatry": doctoral thesis (University of Cambridge, 1989)

R. Iliffe, "‘Making a shew’: apocalyptic hermeneutics and Christian idolatry in the work of Isaac Newton and Henry More", in Force and Popkin, Books of Nature and Scripture, 55-98

R. Iliffe, "‘Is he like other men?’ The meaning of the Principia mathematica and the author as idol", in MacLean, Culture and society, 159-76

R. Iliffe, "‘That puzleing problem’: Isaac Newton and the political physiology of self", Medical history 39 (1995), 455-57

R. Iliffe, "A ‘connected system’? The snare of a beautiful hand and the unity of Newton’s archive", in Hunter, Archives, 137-57

R. Iliffe, "Isaac Newton, Lucatello Professor of Mathematics", in C. Lawrence and S. Shapin, eds., Science incarnate: historical embodiments of natural knowledge (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998), 121-55

R. Iliffe, "Those ‘whose business it is to cavill’: Newton’s anti-Catholicism", in Force and Popkin, Newton and religion, 97-119

R. Iliffe, "Lying wonders and juggling tricks: religion, nature and imposture in early modern England", in J.E. Force and D.S. Katz, eds., Everything connects (Leiden: Brill, 1999)

R. Iliffe, "‘Butter for parsnips’: authorship, audience and the incomprehensibility of the Principia", in M. Biagioli and P. Galison, eds., Scientific authorship: credit and intellectual property in science (London: Routledge, 2003), 33-66

R. Iliffe, "Isaac Newton", in K. Knox and R. Noakes, eds., Lucasian Professors (Cambridge: CUP, 2003), 69-134

R. Iliffe, "Digitizing Isaac: the Newton Project and an electronic edition of Newton’s papers", in Force and Hutton, Newton and Newtonianism, 23-38

R. Iliffe, "Prosecuting Athanasius: protestant forensics and the mirrors of persecution", in Force and Hutton, Newton and Newtonianism, 113-54

R. Iliffe, "Abstract considerations: disciplines, audiences and the incoherence of Newton’s natural philosophy", Studies in the history and philosophy of science 35 (2004), 427-54

R. Iliffe, "Persecution complexes: the historiography of Newton’s science and religion", in J. Brooks and E. Ihsanoglu, eds., Religious values and the rise of science in Europe (Istanbul: Research Center for Islamic History, Art and Culture, 2005), 167-84

R. Iliffe, "The powers of demonstration: Simon, Newton, Locke and the Johanine comma", in A. Hessayon and N. Keene, eds., Scripture and scholarship in early modern England (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006), 77-110

R. Iliffe, A very short introduction to Isaac Newton (Oxford: OUP, 2007)

R. Iliffe, High Priest of Nature: the heretical life of Isaac Newton (forthcoming)

M.C. Jacob, The Newtonians and the English Revolution 1689-1720 (Hassocks, Sussex: The Harvester Press, 1976)

M.C. Jacob, "Newton and the French Prophets: new evidence", History of science 16 (1978), 134-42

M.C. Jacob, "The truth of Newton’s science and the truth of science’s history: heroic science at its eighteenth-century formulation", in Osler, Rethinking the Scientific Revolution, 315-32

M.C. Jacob, Practical matter: Newton’s science in the service of industry and empire 1687-1851 (Cambridge, Mass. and London: Harvard University Press, 2004)

W.S. Jevons, "Sir Isaac Newton and bimetallism", in Foxwell, Investigations, 330-60

P. Jones, ed., Sir Isaac Newton: a catalogue of manuscripts and papers collected and published on microfilm by Chadwyck-Healey (Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey, 1991)

D. Katz, "Moses’s Principia: Hutchinsonianism and Newton’s critics", in Force and Popkin, Books of Nature and Scripture, 201-11

J.M. Keynes, "Newton, the man", in The Royal Society tercentenary celebrations 15-19 July 1946 (Cambridge: CUP, 1947), 27-34

M. Keynes, The iconography of Sir Isaac Newton to 1800 (Rochester, NY: Boydell, 2005)

E.M. Klaaren, Religious origins of modern science. Belief in Creation in seventeenth-century thought (Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1977)

K.J. Knoespel, "Interpretive strategies in Newton’s Theologiae gentilis origines philosophicae", in Force and Popkin, Newton and religion, 179-202

M.Z. Kochavi, "One prophet interprets another: Sir Isaac Newton and Daniel", in Force and Popkin, Books of Nature and Scripture, 105-22

P.H. Kocher, Science and religion in Elizabethan England (San Marino, California: the Huntington Library, 1953)

A. Koyré and I.B. Cohen, "Newton & the Leibniz-Clarke correspondence with notes on Newton, Conti, & Des Maizeaux", Archives internationales d’histoire des sciences 15 (1962), 63-126

A. Koyré, Newtonian studies (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1965)

D.C. Kubrin, "Newton and the cyclical cosmos: providence and the mechanical philosophy", Journal of the history of ideas 28 (1967), 325-46

D.C. Kubrin, "Providence and the mechanical philosophy: the creation and dissolution of the world in Newtonian thought. A study of the relations of science and religion in seventeenth-century England": doctoral thesis (Cornell University, 1968)

A. Leshem, Newton on mathematics and spiritual purity (Dordrecht and London: Kluwer, 2003)

D.C. Lindberg and R.L. Numbers, eds., God and Nature. Historical essays on the encounter between Christianity and science (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1986)

R. Link-Salinger et al., eds., A straight path: studies in medieval philosophy and culture (Washington: Catholic University of America Press, 1988)

J.R. McCulloch, ed., A select collection of scarce and valuable tracts on money (London, 1861)

J.E. McGuire and P.M. Rattansi, "Newton and the ‘Pipes of Pan’", Notes and records of the Royal Society 21 (1966), 108-43

J.E. McGuire, "Transmutation and immutability: Newton’s doctrine of physical qualities", Ambix 14 (1967), 69-95

J.E. McGuire, "Force, active principles, and Newton’s invisible realm", Ambix 15 (1968), 154-208

J.E. McGuire, "The origin of Newton’s doctrine of essential qualities", Centaurus 12 (1968), 233-60

J.E. McGuire, "Existence, actuality and necessity: Newton on space and time", Annals of science 25 (1978), 463-508

J.E. McGuire and M. Tamny, ‘Certain Philosophical Questions’: Newton’s Trinity notebook (Cambridge: CUP, 1983)

J.E. McGuire, "Predicates of pure existence: Newton on God’s space and time", in Bricker and Hughes, Perspectives, 91-108

J.E. McGuire, "The fate of the date: the theology of Newton’s Principia revisited", in Osler, Rethinking the Scientific Revolution, 271-96

H.J. McLachlan, The religious opinions of Milton, Locke and Newton (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1941)

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