References for Robert Hooke

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  1. R S Westfall, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
    http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-2830902043.html
  2. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9040979/Robert-Hooke

Books:

  1. V I Arnol'd, Huygens and Barrow, Newton and Hooke. Pioneers in mathematical analysis and catastrophe theory from evolvents to quasicrystals (Basel, 1990).
  2. A N Bogolyubov, Robert Hooke 1635-1703, Scientific-Biographic Literature 'Nauka' (Moscow, 1984).
  3. F F Centore, Robert Hooke's contributions to mechanics : a study in seventeenth century natural philosophy (The Hague, 1970).
  4. J G Crowther, Founders of British science : John Wilkins, Robert Boyle, John Ray, Christopher Wren, Robert Hooke, Isaac Newton (London, 1960).
  5. W Derham (ed.), The Philosophical Works of Dr Robert Hooke (London, 1726).
  6. M Espinasse, Robert Hooke (London, 1956).
  7. M Hunter and S Schaffer (eds.), Robert Hooke : new studies (Eoodbridge, 1989).
  8. R Nichols, The Diaries of Robert Hooke, The Leonardo of London, 1635-1703 (Lewes, 1994).
  9. R Waller (ed.), The Postumous Works of Dr Robert Hooke (London, 1705).

Articles:

  1. E N da C Andrade, Robert Hooke, Proc. Roy. Soc. London 201A (1950), 439-473.
  2. J A Bennett, Robert Hooke as Mechanic and Natural Philosopher, Notes and Records of the Royal Society 35 (1980-1981), 33-48.
  3. J A Bennett, Hooke and Wren and the system of the world : some points towards an historical account, British J. Hist. Sci. 8 (1975), 32-61.
  4. A N Bogolyubov, Robert Hooke as a teacher of mathematics (Russian), Istor.-Mat. Issled. 32-33 (1990), 373-383.
  5. C Dilworth, Boyle, Hooke and Newton : some aspects of scientific collaboration, Rend. Accad. Naz. Sci. XL Mem. Sci. Fis. Natur. (5) 9 (1985), 329-331.
  6. W N Edwards, Robert Hooke as a geologist and evolutionist, Nature 137 (1936), 96-97.
  7. M E Ehrlich, Mechanism and Activity in the Scientific Revolution : The Case of Robert Hooke, Annals of Science 52 (1995), 127-152.
  8. H Erlichson, Newton and Hooke on centripetal force motion, Centaurus 35 (1) (1992), 46-63.
  9. S R Filonovich, Astronomy in the work of Robert Hooke (on the occasion of the 350th anniversary of his birth) (Russian), Istor.-Astronom. Issled. 18 (1986), 259-290.
  10. O Gal, Producing knowledge in the workshop : Hooke's 'inflection' from optics to planetary motion, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 27 (2) (1996), 181-205.
  11. D C Goodman, Robert Hooke, 1635-1703, in Late seventeenth century scientists (Oxford, 1969), 132-157.
  12. P Gouk, The Role of Acoustics and Music Theory in the Scientific Work of Robert Hooke, Annals of Science 37 (1980), 573-605.
  13. A R Hall, Robert Hooke and horology, Notes and Records Roy. Soc. London 8 (1) (1950-51), 167-177.
  14. A R Hall, Beyond the fringe : diffraction as seen by Grimaldi, Fabri, Hooke and Newton, Notes and Records Roy. Soc. London 44 (1) (1990), 13-23.
  15. A R Hall, Two unpublished lectures of Robert Hooke, Isis 42 (1951), 219-230.
  16. A R Hall, Horology and criticism : Robert Hooke, in Studia Copernicana 16 - Science and history (Ossolinskich, 1978), 261-281.
  17. M Hesse, Hooke's philosophical algebra, Isis 57 (1966), 67-83.
  18. M Hesse, Hooke's vibration theory and the isochrony of springs, Isis 57 (1966), 433-441.
  19. P E B Jourdain, Robert Hooke as a precursor of Newton, Monist 23 (1913), 353-385.
  20. J C Kassler and D R Oldroyd, Robert Hooke's Trinity College 'Musick Scripts', his music theory and the role of music in his cosmology, Ann. of Sci. 40 (6) (1983), 559-595.
  21. V S Kirsanov, The correspondence between Isaac Newton and Robert Hooke : 1679-80 (Russian), Voprosy Istor. Estestvoznan. i Tekhn. (4) (1996), 3-39, 173.
  22. A Koyré, A note on Robert Hooke, Isis 41 (1950), 195-196.
  23. A Koyré, An unpublished letter of Robert Hooke to Isaac Newton, Isis 43 (1952), 312-337.
  24. R Lehti, Newton's road to classical dynamics. II. Robert Hooke's influence on Newton's dynamics (Finnish), Arkhimedes 39 (1) (1987), 18-51.
  25. J Lohne, Hooke versus Newton : An analysis of the documents in the case on free fall and planetary motion, Centaurus 7 (1960), 6-52.
  26. W S Middleton, The Medical Aspect of Robert Hooke, Annals of Medical History 9 (1927), 227-43.
  27. H Nakajima, Two kinds of modification theory of light : some new observations on the Newton-Hooke controversy of 1672 concerning the nature of light, Ann. of Sci. 41 (3) (1984) 261-278.
  28. M Nauenberg, Hooke, orbital dynamics and Newton's Principia, American Journal of Physics 62 (1994), 331-350.
  29. L D Patterson, Hooke's gravitation theory and its influence on Newton I, Isis 40 (1949), 327-341.
  30. L D Patterson, Hooke's gravitation theory and its influence on Newton II, Isis 41 (1950), 23-45.
  31. A P Rossiter, The first English geologist, Durham University Journal 27 (1935), 172-181.
  32. E G R Taylor, Robert Hooke and the Cartographical Projects of the Late Seventeenth Century, Geographical Journal 9 (1937), 529-540.
  33. R S Westfall, Hooke and the law of universal gravitation, British J. Hist. Sci. 3 (1967), 245-261.
  34. R S Westfall, The development of Newton's theory of colour, Isis 53 (1962), 339-358.

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