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John Tyndall (1820-1893) - Victorian Web.
Burchfield, J. A. 'John Tyndall - a biographical sketch' In John Tyndall, Essays on a Natural Philosopher Royal Dublin Society. 1981. Turner, Frank, and B. Lightman et al. Victorian Faith in Crisis: Essays on Continuity and Change in Nineteenth-Century Religious Belief. London, 1990.
A full and interesting account of Tyndall is provided in A. S. Eve and C. H. Creasey, The Life and Work of John Tyndall (1945). Tyndall's life and contributions to science are discussed in James Gerald Crowther, Scientific Types (1970). Additional Sources. John Tyndall, essays on a natural philosopher, Dublin: Royal Dublin Society, 1981.
John Tyndall, FRS: The beauty of science - Hektoen.
John Tyndall: Essays on a Natural Philosopher: W.H. Brock, etc.: 9780860270089: Books - Amazon.ca.
John Tyndall and the Royal Medal that was never struck.
Nevertheless, Tyndall's bold statement for rationalism and natural law was made in Belfast, a stronghold of religious belief then as now and so it was taken as an aggressive attack on religion. The address was popularly believed to advocate materialism as the true philosophy of science.
Address Delivered Before the British Association Assembled.
Mollan (edd.), John Tyndall: Essays on a Natural Philosopher (Dublin, 1981), 169-80 and 181-91 respectively. John Tyndall as poet: agnosticism and 'A Morning on Alp Lusgen.' These interpretations were based on an earlier Greek text known as The Physiologies (meaning the naturalist or the natural philosopher ) from the second century AD.
John Tyndall and the Early History of Diamagnetism.
AbstractThis essay examines the physicist John Tyndall’s journal writing in the mid-nineteenth century and focuses on how Tyndall used his journal during a series of transitions that occurred when he was a young man: when he went from being a surveyor to a public school instructor and then from a Ph.D. student and budding experimenter in Germany to Professor of Natural Philosophy at the.
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Technologies of the Scientific Self: John Tyndall and His.
Professor of Natural Philosophy, 1853-1887; Superintendent of the House, 1867-1887; Director of the Laboratory, 1867-1887; Honorary Professor, 1887-1893 Born in County Carlow in south-eastern Ireland, he attended the local National School there and in 1839 joined the Ordnance Survey of Ireland.
Essays on the Use and Limit of the Imagination in Science.
John Tyndall (August 2, 1820 - December 4, 1893), British natural philosopher, was born in Co. Carlow, Ireland, his father being the son of a small landowner in poor circumstances, but a man of more than ordinary ability. With Darwin and Huxley his name is inseparably connected with the battle which began in the middle of the 19th century for making the new standpoint of modem science part of.
John Tyndall; Born 2 August 1820 Leighlinbridge, County Carlow, Ireland Died Did not recognize date. Try slightly modifying the date in the first parameter. (aged 73) Haslemere, Surrey, England Fields Physics, Chemistry: Institutions.
British physicist born August 2, 1820, Leighlinbridge, County Carlow, Ireland died December 4, 1893, Hindhead, Surrey, England British experimental physicist who was an avid promoter of science in the Victorian era. Tyndall was born into.
John Tyndall - Academic Dictionaries and Encyclopedias.
Tyndall's inaugural dissertation was an essay on screw-surfaces. In 1876 Tyndall married Louisa, daughter of Lord Claud Hamilton. He built in 1877 a cottage on Belalp above the Rhone valley in the Swiss Alps, and in 1885 a house on Hindhead, near Haslemere in Surrey.