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The Analogy between Light and Sound from Malebranche to Thomas Young (2009)

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Authors & Contributors
Esposito, Salvatore
Gentner, Dedre
Eisenstaedt, Jean
Clement, Alain
Hoskin, Michael A.
Marcum, James A.
Journals
Revue d'Histoire des Sciences Humaines
Journal for the History of Astronomy
Perspectives on Science
Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology
History of European Ideas
Osiris: A Research Journal Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences
Publishers
Pavia University Press
iUniverse
Cornell University Press
University of Pittsburgh Press
Concepts
Light
Physics
Metaphors; analogies
Gravitation
Astronomy
Color theory
People
Newton, Isaac
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von
Young, Thomas
Kepler, Johannes
Michell, John
Gregory, David
Time Periods
18th century
19th century
17th century
20th century
Ancient
Renaissance
Places
Europe
Italy
United States
Netherlands
England
Institutions
Royal Society of London
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