Thomas Harriot

[1952] Thomas Harriot's Reputation for Impiety ; Jean Jacquot ; Notes and Records 9 (1952) p. 164 [lien]
[1956] Thomas Hariot's Secret Script ; E. Seaton ; Ambix 5 (1956) p. 111 [lien]
[1959] Thomas Harriott (1560–1621) ; Johs. Lohne ; Centaurus 6 (1959) p. 113 [lien]
[1966] Thomas Hariot, the Northumberland Circle and Early Atomism in England ; Robert Kargon ; Journal of the History of Ideas 27 (1966) p. 128 [lien]
[1968] The Study of Thomas Harriot's Manuscripts: II. Harriot's Unpublished Papers ; R. C. H. Tanner ; History of Science 6 (1968) p. 17 [lien]
[1968] The Study of Thomas Harriot's Manuscripts: I. Harriot's Will ; R. C. H. Tanner ; History of Science 6 (1968) p. 1 [lien]
[1976] Harriot's manuscript on the theory of impacts ; Jon V. Pepper ; Annals of Science 33 (1976) p. 131 [lien]
[1976] Some Clarifications of Harriot's Solution of Mercator's Problem ; J. V. Pepper ; History of Science 14 (1976) p. 235 [lien]
[1977] Thomas Hariot's De Reflexione Corporum Rotundorum: An early solution to the problem of impact ; Martin Kalmar ; Archive for history of exact sciences 16 (1977) p. 201 [lien]
[1978] Borrowed Perceptions: Harriot's Maps of the Moon ; Terrie F. Bloom ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 9 (1978) p. 117 [lien]
[1979] Essays on Thomas Harriot ; J. A. Lohne ; Archive for history of exact sciences 20 (1979) p. 189 [lien]
[1980] The ordered regiment of the minus sign: Off-beat mathematics in Harriot's manuscripts ; R.C.H. Tanner ; Annals of Science 37 (1980) p. 127 [lien]
[1981] Harriot's ‘Regiment of the Sun’ and its Background in Sixteenth-Century Navigation ; John J. Roche ; The British Journal for the History of Science 14 (1981) p. 245 [lien]
[1982] Thomas Harriot and Atomism: A reappraisal ; J. Henry ; History of Science 20 (1982) p. 267 [lien]
[1998] Lunar maps and coastal outlines: Thomas Hariot's mapping of the moon ; Amir Alexander ; Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 29 (1998) p. 345 [lien]
[2006] The English Galileo: Thomas Harriot and the Force of Shared Knowledge in Early Modern Mechanics ; Matthias Schemmel ; Physics in Perspective 8 (2006) p. 360 [lien]
[2009] Harriot's maps of the Moon: new interpretations ; Stephen Pumfrey ; Notes and Records 63 (2009) p. 163 [lien]
[2009] [Histoire] Thomas Harriot, le premier homme sur la Lune ; David Fossé ; Ciel et Espace 469 (jun 2009) p. 60 [lien]
[2014] Thomas Harriot’s optics, between experiment and imagination: the case of Mr Bulkeley’s glass ; Robert Goulding ; Archive for history of exact sciences 68 (2014) p. 137 [lien]