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Reviews "A well-selected and thoughtful collection of some of the most important recent articles on the Scientific Revolution. This volume will provide a welcome and much-needed tool for introducing readers to this important period." Alix Cooper, SUNY-Stony Brook
"Rumors that the Scientific Revolution is 'dead' belie its staggering resilience. Hellyer's volume insists that something significant happened in early modern Europe, something - by whatever name - that speaks to global change as well as 'Modern' and 'Western.' Concise and accessible, the volume draws together excellent secondary sources framed by useful introductions." Robert A. Hatch, University of Florida
Hellyer's choice of material is well conceived, coherent and admirably presented: a reader can ask for no more." International Journal of the Classical Tradition