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Rhodri Lewis is a fellow of the Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Berlin. He has published a number of articles on early modern literary and intellectual history, and his book Language, Mind and Nature: Artificial Languages in England from Bacon to Locke is forthcoming in the Cambridge University Press “Ideas in Context” series. He is currently working on a book project using the reception of classical mnemotechnique as a tool with which to reconsider relations between memory, knowledge and thought from about 1500 to 1750.
Rhodri Lewis; Robert Hooke at 371. Perspectives on Science 2006; 14 (4): 558–573. doi: https://doi.org/10.1162/posc.2006.14.4.558
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