Divine will and the mechanical philosophy By Margaret J. Osler

Philosophy of Robert Boyle By Peter R. Anstey

What functions explain By Peter McLaughlin

Providence Lost

Sylvia Berti's work

Evil en English Thought









Author(s):	Eames, Bruce
Title:	Baron d'Holbach's library
In:	Australian journal of French studies, 28 (1991), p. 249-253 
Classification:	Bibliophily, bookcollecting - France - 18th century - Holbach, P.H.T. d' [baron]
Keyword(s):	France
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Database:	Book History Online
Sequence no.:	No. 1 of 1 hits

Popkin, Richard H., and Arjo Vanderjagt, eds. Scepticism and Irreligion in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Leiden, Netherlands, and New York, 1993.

Man and the Natural World: Changing Attitudes in England, 1500-1800 (Penguin press history) Man and the Natural World: Changing Attitudes in England
Cicero:

http://oll.libertyfund.org/index.php?option=com_staticxt&staticfile=show.php%3Ftitle=539&layout=html


Galileo, Darwin, and Hawking By Phil Dowe


Maupertuis

1. The Newton wars and the beginning of the French Enlightenment Shank, John Bennett Publisher: Chicago, [Ill.] ;London : University of Chicago Press, 2008

A History of Mechanics By Rene Dugas, J. R. Maddox, P. 267-269

The anthropic cosmological principle
 By John D. Barrow, Frank J. Tipler

Jean D'Alembert
 By Thomas L. Hankins

Symmetries of Nature
 By Klaus Mainzer

God and the New Cosmology
 By Michael Anthony Corey

Osler, MJ (1996) ‘From Immanent Natures to Nature as Artifice: The Reinterpretation
of Final Causes in Seventeenth-Century Natural Philosophy

Clarke-Leibniz Correspondence

Clarke's Demonstrations

Studies in Newtonianism, History of Science, 2004

Voltaire, Elements ofthe philosophy of Newton

Mary Terrall, The Man Who Flattened the Earth

Houston -- Thomas Reid

Levine, Battle of the books

McPherson, 1972, The Argument from Design

J Morrell, 1971, "Professors Robison and Playfair and the Theophobia Gallica"

Gillespie, N. C. 1983 "Natural History, Natural Theology and Social Order: John Ray nad the Newtonian Ideology, Journal of the History of Biology 20:1-50.

Gillispie, Genesis and Geology: The Impract of Scientific Discoveries upon Religious Beliefs int he Decades Before Darwin

Sorkin, the religious enlightenment, p. 60

Philipp, W. ‘Physicotheology in the Age of Enlightenment: Appearance and History’, Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 57 (1967), 1233-1267.

# Paley, William, Natural Theology, with an introduction and notes by Matthew D. Eddy and David M. Knight, Oxford University Press, 2006.

# Gascoigne, J., ‘Rise and Fall of British Newtonian Natural Theology’, Science in Context, 2 (1988), 219-256.

http://www-personal.ksu.edu/~lyman/english233/Teleology_and_Science.htm

Heterodoxy, Spinozism, and free thought in early-eighteenth-century Europe : studies on the Traité des trois imposteurs Co-author Berti, Silvia

Abraham Anderson and J. Myles "Treatise of the Three Impostors" and the Problem of Enlightenment

Clandestine texts: http://www.vc.unipmn.it/~mori/e-texts/

Kargon, Robert Hugh. 1964. “Walter Charleton, Robert Boyle, and the Acceptance of Epicurean Atomism in England.”

Nussbaum, Martha C. 1978. “Aristotle on Teleological Explanation.” In Nussbaum, Text, with Translation, Commentary and Interpretive Essays of Aristotle’s De Motu Animalium. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Natania Meeker. Voluptuous Philosophy: Literary Materialism in the French Enlightenment. New York: Fordham UP, 2006. 336 Pages. ISBN 978-0823226962

[4] For a broad sample of this literature, see Frederick Adams, "A Goal-State Theory of Function Attributions, " Canadian Journal of Philosophy 9 (1979): 493-518; C. J. Ducasse. "Explanation, Mechanism and Teleology, " The Journal of Philosophy 22 (1925): 150-155; Douglas Ehring, "Goal-Directed Processes, " Southwest Philosophical Studies 9 (1983): 39-47; David Papineau, "Representation and Explanation, " Philosophy of Science 51 (1984): 550-572; Charles Taylor, The Explanation of Behavior (New York: Humanities Press, 1964); William Wimsatt, "Teleology and the Logical Structure of Functional Statements, " Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 3 (1972): 1-80; Andrew Woodfield, Teleology (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1976); and Larry Wright, "Explanation and Teleology, " Philosophy of Science 39 (1972): 204-218.

# Mayr, E. "The multiple meanings of teleological," in Towards a New Philosophy of Biology. Harvard University Press (1988), Cambridge, MA: 38-66.

An Account of Sir Isaac Newton’s Philosophical DiscoveriesPhilosophical Discoveries (London, 1748).

God and Design The Teleological Argument and Modern Science

I need an 18th century print version of Lucretius and an 18th century print version of Cicero.

Polkinghorne, John. Science and Creation: The Search for Understanding. London: SPCK, 1988.

http://oregonstate.edu/instruct/phl302/distance/spinoza/comment1.html

Atheism from the Reformation to the Enlightenment, ed. Michael Hunter, Kors grienin -- LJÓSRITA.

Monsters and the Problem of Naturalism in French Thought, Alan Kors

La Grange translation of Lucretius -- proved here: http://www.archive.org/stream/lucretiusonthen00lucruoft/lucretiusonthen00lucruoft_djvu.txt

The Sciences in Enlightened Europe

A Survey of the Wisdom of God in the Creation by John Wesley, 1763, found through p. 29 in Gaukroger.

C. A. Russell, Science and Religious Belief: A Selection of Recent Historical Studies

Cambridge History of Science By Roy Porter, David C Lindberg, Mary Jo Nye, Theodore M. Porter, Dorothy Ross

http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/teleological-arguments/

Christian August Crusius (1758-1831)—saw in the geometric method a singular enemy of teleology.

The Causation Debate in Modern Philosophy, 1637-1739 By Kenneth C. Clatterbaugh

Keill, An Examination of Dr. Burnet's Theory of the Earth

Abraham de Moivre, Doctrine of Chances

Aristotle on Causes: http://faculty.washington.edu/smcohen/320/4causes.htm

Charles C. Gillispie, Genesis and Geology (New York, 195 1).

Clarence J. Glacken, Traces on the Rhodian Shore. Nature and Culture in Western Thought from Ancient Times to the End of the Eighteenth Century (Berkeley, 1967).

Ernest Nagel, The Structure of Science (New York, 1961); E. Nagel, "Teleology Revisited: Goal Directed Processes in Biology," Journal of Philosophy, 74 (1977), 261-301

Marjorie Grene, "Aristotle and Modem Biology," JHI, 33 (1972), 395-424.

Ernst Mayr, The Growth of Biological Thought (Cambridge, Mass., 1982).

The Idea of Teleology, Ernst Mayr

Toward a New Philosophy of Biology, eRNST Mayr

T. H. Huxley struck by the death of teleology in science after Darwin: Thomas Henry Huxley, Lay Sermons, Addresses and Reviews (London, 1870), 330.

John D. Barrow and Frank J. Tipler, The Anthropic Cosmological Principle, Oxford University Press, 1986. (ISBN 0-19-282147-4)

Dysteleology: Erns Haeckel coined the term. Invented by Professor Ernst Haeckel (1834-1919), founder of the Zoologisches Institut at the University of Jena, dysteleologie originally referred to the apparently functionless rudimentary organs in animals and plants, which Haeckel then argued led to the denial of "final causes" in nature itself. This theory of "absence of purpose or design" fit very nicely with the natural selection theory of Darwin, articulated first in 1859.

Berkeley included in his text Alciphron a teleological argument.