Robert Hooke

[1937] Hooke's Theory of Combustion ; D. J. Lysaght ; Ambix 1 (1937) p. 93 [lien]
[1948] Robert Hooke and the Conservation of Energy ; Louise Diehl Patterson ; ISIS 38 (1948) p. 151 [lien]
[1948] Robert Hooke as a Surveyor and Architect ; H. W. Robinson ; Notes and Records 6 (1948) p. 48 [lien]
[1949] Hooke's Gravitation Theory and Its Influence on Newton. I: Hooke's Gravitation Theory ; Louise Diehl Patterson ; ISIS 40 (1949) p. 327 [lien]
[1950] Hooke's Gravitation Theory and Its Influence on Newton. II: The Insufficiency of the Traditional Estimate ; Louise Diehl Patterson ; ISIS 41 (1950) p. 32 [lien]
[1951] Robert Hooke and Horology ; A. R. Hall ; Notes and Records 8 (1951) p. 167 [lien]
[1952] Pendulums of Wren and Hooke ; Louise Diehl Patterson ; Osiris 10 (1952) p. 277 [lien]
[1952] An Unpublished Letter of Robert Hooke to Isaac Newton ; Alexandre Koyré ; ISIS 43 (1952) p. 312 [lien]
[1960] Robert Hooke, F.R.S. (1635-1703) ; E. N. da C. Andrade ; Notes and Records 15 (1960) p. 137 [lien]
[1960] Hooke versus Newton ; Johs Lohne ; Centaurus 7 (1960) p. 6 [lien]
[1962] Why Blame Oldenburg? ; A. Rupert Hall ; Marie Boas Hall ; ISIS 53 (1962) p. 482 [lien]
[1963] Newton's Reply to Hooke and the Theory of Colors ; Richard S. Westfall ; ISIS 54 (1963) p. 82 [lien]
[1965] A Footnote to the History of the Barometer: An Unpublished Note by Robert Hooke, F.R.S. ; W. E. Knowles Middleton ; Notes and Records 20 (1965) p. 145 [lien]
[1966] Hooke's Vibration Theory and the Isochrony of Springs ; Mary Hesse ; ISIS 57 (1966) p. 433 [lien]
[1966] The Libraries of Newton, Hooke and Boyle ; H. A. Feisenberger ; Notes and Records 21 (1966) p. 42 [lien]
[1967] Did Hooke Concede to Newton? ; A. Rupert Hall ; Richard S. Westfall ; ISIS 58 (1967) p. 402 [lien]
[1967] Hooke and the Law of Universal Gravitation: A Reappraisal of a Reappraisal ; Richard S. Westfall ; The British Journal for the History of Science 3 (1967) p. 245 [lien]
[1970] Robert Hooke, Rudolf Erich Raspe, and the Concept of "Earthquakes" ; Albert V. Carozzi ; ISIS 61 (1970) p. 85 [lien]
[1972] Early Measurements of Magnetic Force ; Robert Palter ; James Hynd ; ISIS 63 (1972) p. 544 [lien]
[1972] Robert Hooke's Methodology of Science as exemplified in his ‘Discourse of Earthquakes’ ; D. R. Oldroyd ; The British Journal for the History of Science 6 (1972) p. 109 [lien]
[1974] [Notes] Hooke's Theory of the Earth's Axial Displacement: Some Contemporary Opinion ; A. J. Turner ; The British Journal for the History of Science 7 (1974) p. 166 [lien]
[1976] Robert Hooke on Memory, Association and Time Perception ; B. R. Singer ; Notes and Records 31 (1976) p. 115 [lien]
[1977] Robert Hooke's Ambiguous Presentation of "Hooke's Law" ; Albert E. Moyer ; ISIS 68 (1977) p. 266 [lien]
[1980] The role of acoustics and music theory in the scientific work of Robert Hooke ; Penelope Gouk ; Annals of Science 37 (1980) p. 573 [lien]
[1980] Robert Hooke as Mechanic and Natural Philosopher ; J. A. Bennett ; Notes and Records 35 (1980) p. 33 [lien]
[1980] Some 'Philosophicall Scribbles' Attributed to Robert Hooke ; D. R. Oldroyd ; Notes and Records 35 (1980) p. 17 [lien]
[1981] Un exemple d'explication mécaniste au XVIIe siècle : l'unité des théories hookiennes de la couleur ; Michel Blay ; Revue d'histoire des sciences 34 (1981) p. 97 [lien]
[1983] Robert Hooke's Trinity College ‘Musick Scripts’, his music theory and the role of music in his cosmology ; J.C. Kassler ; D.R. Oldroyd ; Annals of Science 40 (1983) p. 559 [lien]
[1984] Two kinds of modification theory of light: Some new observations on the Newton-Hooke controversy of 1672 concerning the nature of light ; Hideto Nakajima ; Annals of Science 41 (1984) p. 261 [lien]
[1986] Hooke on Earthquakes: Lectures, Strategy and Audience ; Rhoda Rappaport ; The British Journal for the History of Science 19 (1986) p. 129 [lien]
[1987] Some Writings of Robert Hooke on Procedures for the Prosecution of Scientific Inquiry, including His 'Lectures of Things Requisite to a Ntral History' ; D. R. Oldroyd ; Notes and Records 41 (1987) p. 145 [lien]
[1988] Hooke's Cyclic Theory of the Earth in the Context of Seventeenth Century England ; Yushi Ito ; The British Journal for the History of Science 21 (1988) p. 295 [lien]
[1988] That Curious Curiosity: The Scotoscope ; R. H. Nuttall ; Notes and Records 42 (1988) p. 133 [lien]
[1990] Beyond the Fringe: Diffraction as Seen by Grimaldi, Fabri, Hooke and Newton ; A. Rupert Hall ; Notes and Records 44 (1990) p. 13 [lien]
[1995] Mechanism and activity in the scientific revolution: The case of Robert Hooke ; Mark E. Ehrlich ; Annals of Science 52 (1995) p. 127 [lien]
[1995] Huygens at work: Annotations in his rediscovered personal copy of Hooke's Micrographia ; Michael Barth ; Annals of Science 52 (1995) p. 601 [lien]
[1996] Producing knowledge in the workshop: Hooke's ‘inflection’ from optics to planetary motion ; Ofer Gal ; Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 27 (1996) p. 181 [lien]
[1997] Robert Hooke's work as surveyor for the City of London in the aftermath of the Great Fire. Part one: Robert Hooke's first surveys for the City of London ; M. A. R. Cooper ; Notes and Records 51 (1997) p. 161 [lien]
[1998] Hooke's cubico–parabolical conoid ; J. Heyman ; Notes and Records 52 (1998) p. 39 [lien]
[2005] Robert Hooke’s Seminal Contribution to Orbital Dynamics ; Michael Nauenberg ; Physics in Perspective 7 (2005) p. 4 [lien]
[2006] Robert Hooke at 371 ; Rhodri Lewis ; Perspectives on Science 14 (2006) p. 558 [lien]
[2007] Antoine-François Payen, the 1666 Selenelion, and a rediscovered letter to Robert Hooke ; William Poole ; Notes and Records 61 (2007) p. 251 [lien]
[2012] Discovering the ‘true form:’ Hooke's Micrographia and the visual vocabulary of engraved portraits ; Meghan C. Doherty ; Notes and Records 66 (2012) p. 211 [lien]