Article ID: CBB001023536

Lovejoy's Series (2010)

unapi

Schaffer, Simon (Author)


History of Science
Volume: 48
Pages: 483--494


Publication Date: 2010
Edition Details: Part of a special issue, “Seriality and Scientific Objects in the Nineteenth Century”
Language: English

The article discusses the historiography of science, focusing particularly on the twentieth century modernist response to the book "The great chain of being," by Arthur Lovejoy, which proposed the history of the idea of the series. The author considers subjects including history methodology, the development of the history of ideas, philosophies regarding intellectual history, and the schemata of evolution. He also considers the philosophy of history espoused by French intellectual Michel Foucault, the academic career of Lovejoy, and the influence of Romanticism and Nazism on intellectual theories of the twentieth century.

...More
Included in

Article Hopwood, Nick; Schaffer, Simon; Secord, Jim (2010) Seriality and Scientific Objects in the Nineteenth Century. History of Science (p. 251). unapi

Citation URI
https://data.isiscb.org/isis/citation/CBB001023536/

Similar Citations

Book Joel Faflak; (2017)
Marking Time: Romanticism and Evolution (/isis/citation/CBB567211992/)

Article Matthewman, Steve; (2013)
Michel Foucault, Technology, and Actor-Network Theory (/isis/citation/CBB001201746/)

Article Behrent, Michael C.; (2013)
Foucault and Technology (/isis/citation/CBB001211946/)

Article Florian Bruns; (2020)
Identität durch Geschichte (/isis/citation/CBB037557298/)

Article Crook, Paul; (2002)
American Eugenics and the Nazis: Recent Historigraphy (/isis/citation/CBB000202348/)

Article Moritz Epple; Maria Framke; Eli Franco; Horst Junginger; Baijayanti Roy; (2023)
Where do we Stand in the Historiography of Small Disciplines in Nazi Germany? The Case of Indology (/isis/citation/CBB977083957/)

Book Kelley, Donald R.; (1990)
The history of ideas: Canon and variations (/isis/citation/CBB000034970/)

Article Harper, Kyle; (2013)
Culture, Nature, and History: The Case of Ancient Sexuality (/isis/citation/CBB001201850/)

Chapter Wilson, Adrian; (2007)
Porter versus Foucault on the “Birth of the Clinic” (/isis/citation/CBB000773384/)

Article Flaherty, Peter; (1986)
(Con)textual contest: Derrida and Foucault on madness and the Cartesian subject (/isis/citation/CBB000057644/)

Book Esposito, Maurizio; (2013)
Romantic Biology, 1890--1945 (/isis/citation/CBB001551319/)

Article Enric Novella; (2019)
Afterword [part 2]: Governing Bodies and Minds (/isis/citation/CBB697216849/)

Book Brieler, Ulrich; (1998)
Die Unerbittlichkeit der Historizität: Foucault als Historiker (/isis/citation/CBB000079851/)

Article Bevir, Mark; (2002)
A Humanist Critique of the Archaeology of the Human Sciences (/isis/citation/CBB000200120/)

Article Hegarty, Peter; (2007)
Getting Dirty: Psychology's History of Power (/isis/citation/CBB000700404/)

Book (1997)
Foucault and his interlocutors (/isis/citation/CBB000078136/)

Article Canguilhem, Georges; (1995)
Canguilhem, Georges on Michel Foucault's Histoire de la folie (/isis/citation/CBB000046032/)

Authors & Contributors
Faflak, Joel
Baijayanti Roy
Eli Franco
Maria Framke
Horst Junginger
Wilson, Adrian
Journals
Sudhoffs Archiv: Zeitschrift fuer Wissenschaftsgeschichte
Science in Context
Research in Philosophy and Technology
Philosophy of the Social Sciences
NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin
Medizinhistorisches Journal
Publishers
University of Toronto Press
University of Rochester Press
University of Chicago Press
Pickering & Chatto
Böhlau
Concepts
Historiography
National Socialism
History of science, as a discipline
Romanticism
Science
Sexual behavior
People
Foucault, Michel
Lovejoy, Arthur Oncken
Sudhoff, Karl
Porter, Roy Sydney
Latour, Bruno
Haraway, Donna Jeanne
Time Periods
20th century
20th century, late
20th century, early
19th century
Ancient
Places
Germany
United States
France
Europe
Great Britain
Brazil
Comments

Be the first to comment!

{{ comment.created_by.username }} on {{ comment.created_on | date:'medium' }}

Log in or register to comment