The Correspondence of Robert Boyle, 1636-1691 Vol 1

The Correspondence of Robert Boyle, 1636-1691 Vol 1

Robert Boyle (1627-1691) was one of the most influential scientific and theological thinkers of his time. This is the first edition of his correspondence, transcribed from the original manuscripts. It is fully annotated, with an introduction and general index.

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