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Some Current Publications

Some Current Publications Restoration seeks compilers for “Some Current Publications.” Those interested should send an email indiciating interest to the editors at restorationjournal@umd.edu. Advanced graduate students are especially encouraged to apply. Nicole E. Pair University of Maryland, College Park ARTHUR ANNESLEY Matei illustrates three points of See MARGARET CAVENDISH (Begley) similarity between Austen and Bacon: 1. The use of spirits as the reason for RALPH AUSTEN animate matter; 2. The relationship Matei, Oana. “Appetitive Matter and between sympathy and antipathy in Perception in Ralph Austen’s Projects elements of matter; 3. The appetitive of Natural History of Plants.” Early properties of plants. Matei argues that Science and Medicine, vol. 23, no. 5/6, reexamining Austen’s work with this 2018, pp. 530–549. Although Ralph new framework will help illuminate Austen (1612–1676) is an under- not only Baconian reception within examined figure on his own, being the Hartlib Circle, but also place most commonly associated with the Austen at the core of conversations Hartlib Circle, Oana Matei looks at on the experimental and theoretical in Austen’s individual accomplishments natural philosophy. in this article. Matei suggests that if we engage with Austen’s texts as See also SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY natural histories, we will gain a clearer (Clericuzio) http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 University of Tennessee

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Restoration seeks compilers for “Some Current Publications.” Those interested should send an email indiciating interest to the editors at restorationjournal@umd.edu. Advanced graduate students are especially encouraged to apply. Nicole E. Pair University of Maryland, College Park ARTHUR ANNESLEY Matei illustrates three points of See MARGARET CAVENDISH (Begley) similarity between Austen and Bacon: 1. The use of spirits as the reason for RALPH AUSTEN animate matter; 2. The relationship Matei, Oana. “Appetitive Matter and between sympathy and antipathy in Perception in Ralph Austen’s Projects elements of matter; 3. The appetitive of Natural History of Plants.” Early properties of plants. Matei argues that Science and Medicine, vol. 23, no. 5/6, reexamining Austen’s work with this 2018, pp. 530–549. Although Ralph new framework will help illuminate Austen (1612–1676) is an under- not only Baconian reception within examined figure on his own, being the Hartlib Circle, but also place most commonly associated with the Austen at the core of conversations Hartlib Circle, Oana Matei looks at on the experimental and theoretical in Austen’s individual accomplishments natural philosophy. in this article. Matei suggests that if we engage with Austen’s texts as See also SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY natural histories, we will gain a clearer (Clericuzio)

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Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700University of Tennessee

Published: Jul 19, 2019

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