93 tal and Speculative Physics," and "Real and Imaginary Physical Space"-which are largely concerned with the history of spatial ideas in natural philosophy and the- ology. But they will receive no overall view of the concept of space in medieval natural philosophy. The articles are too disparate and specialized to achieve that goal. Nor, indeed, have the editors provided any significant assistance in this regard. Their foreword and introduction are minimal. We can readily understand why. It would be beyond anyone's powers to provide useful guidance to a series of disparate themes about space such as have been assembled here. But the edi- tors can take comfort from the fact that in publishing 45 articles in a single vol- ume, the probability is reasonably high that any given reader will find one or more of them of interest and utility. Edward Grant Indiana University, Bloomington BOOK REVIEWS Mulsow, Martin, Frühneuzeitliche Selbsterhaltung. Telesio und die Naturphilo- sophie der Renaissance (Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag, 1998), x + 439 pp. DM 124.00; SFr. 110.00; OeS 905.00 ISBN 3 484 36541 2. Mulsow's book can be read as a book not only on Telesio, but also on at least two further themes:
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