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Isis 41, 1950
George SARTON, Preface: D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson, 1860-1948 [Obituary], in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 3
Leonard K. EATON, Charles Bulfinch and the Massachusetts General Hospital, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 8
Zoltán Haraszti, Young John Adams on Franklin's Iron Points, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 11
August KROGH, Reminiscences of Work on Capillary Circulation. A Lecture to the Students in the Harvard Medical School, 1946, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 14
Eduard FARBER, Chemical Discoveries by Means of Analogies, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 20
M.L. DUFRENOY, A Precursor of a Modern Anthropology: François Bernier (1620-1688), in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 27
Ernest HONIGMANN, The Arabic Translation of Aratus' Phaenomena, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 30
Louise Diehl PATTERSON, Hooke's Gravitation Theory and its Influence on Newton. II: The Insufficiency of the Traditional Estimate, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 32
Otto NEUGEBAUER, Brown University, Seminar on the History of Mathematics [Teaching of the History of Science], in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 45
Adolf MEYER-ABICH, Hamburg [Teaching of the History of Science], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Le VIe Congrès International d'Histoire des Sciences [Meetings and Societies], in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 46
   The American Association of the History of Medicine [Meetings and Societies], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Harvard Summer School. Conference on Science in General Education, 9-10 July 1949 [Meetings and Societies], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   1950 Summer Program on "Science in General Education" at Harvard University [Meetings and Societies], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Deutsche Vereinigung für Geschichte der Medizin, Naturwissenschaft und Technik [Meetings and Societies], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   The Social Study of Invention [Meetings and Societies], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Scientific MSS in Great Britain and Ireland [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Ernest HONIGMANN, A Forgotten City in Asia Minor [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Otto NEUGEBAUER; H.B. van HOESEN, Greek horoscopes and astronomical texts [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Lynn THORNDIKE, Stereometry before 1250 [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Joint Committee on Southern Asia [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Polish Contributions to Science [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Wyndham D. MILES, An erroneous portrait of John Maclean [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Wyndham D. MILES, An erroneous portrait of John Vaughan the physician [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Belgique. Comité Belge d'Histoire des Sciences [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Museum of the History of Science, Oxford [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
George SARTON, Ghent. Museum of the History of Science [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Japanese Medicine in the Library of Congress [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
George SARTON, Chinese Mediaeval Mathematics [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
George SARTON, Arabic Falconry [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Transit Circle for the Royal Observatory, Greenwich [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Nicholas Copernicus [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Berzelius' Centenary [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Collected Works of French Mathematicians [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Ludwig KEIMER, Answer to Query no. 13. Falcontry in Ancient Egypt [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Answer to Query no. 89. The astronomical summary of Theodoros Metochites [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Jean PELSENEER, Answer 3 to Query 115. Phoronomie [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Lynn THORNDIKE, Query no. 120. Martin of Bitonto [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Lynn THORNDIKE, Query no. 121. Richard Kunetius [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Lynn THORNDIKE, Query no. 122. Concerning astronomical books published soon after Copernicus' De revolutionibus [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
George SARTON, Query no. 123. Who was the Irishman, Walton? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
George SARTON, Query no. 124. Who was the author (L.G.?) of the Précis de l'histoire de la botanique, Paris 1869? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Dr. Richard H. Shryock [Personalia], in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 55
   Professor George Sarton [Personalia], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Dr. John Farquhar Fulton [Personalia], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Dr. Victor W. von Hagen [Personalia], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
George SARTON, Preface: Notes on the Reviewing of Learned Books, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 149
Robert S. HARPER, The First Psychological Laboratory, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 158
Alfred O. ALDRIDGE, Benjamin Franklin and Jonathan Edwards on Lightning and Earthquakes, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 162
Victor W. von HAGEN, Was This the Fate of the Library of Alexander von Humboldt? An Inquiry, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 164
Denis DUVEEN, Antoine Lavoisier's "Traité Elémentaire de Chimie". A Bibliographical Note, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 168
Clifford DOBELL, Samuel Hoole, Translator of Leeuwenhoek's "Select Works". With notes on that publication, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 171
E.S. KENNEDY, A Fifteenth-Century Planetary Computer: al-Kaghi's "Tabaq al-Manateq", in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 180
Willy HARTNER, The Astronomical Instruments of Cha-ma-lu-ting, their Identification and their Relations to the Instruments of the Observatory of Maragha, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 184
   1950 Meeting of the History of Science Society [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Centaurus [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
L. Carrington GOODRICH, Note on the Pei-T'ang Library in Peking [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Alexandre KOYRÉ, A Note on Robert Hooke [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Lynn THORNDIKE, Peter of Modena Again [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Martin LEVEY; Lynn THORNDIKE, A Type of Arabic of Chaldean Numerals [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   The Seventeenth Century [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Emmet Field HORINE, Notes on the Chinese Pulse Theory [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
George SARTON, Japanese History of Science Society [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Brooke HINDLE, The American Academy of Sciences and the American Society Held at Philadelphia for Promoting and Propagating Useful Knowledge, 1765-1766 [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Bibliography of Lavoisier [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
George SARTON, Answer 2 to Query no. 52. The Sator arepo formula [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 198
George SARTON, Answer to Query no. 117. Is Buzrug's description of the phosphorescent sea c. 953 the first of its kind? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
John W. ABRAMS; I. Bernard COHEN, Query no. 125. Proof of the Sphericity of the Earth [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
George SARTON, Query no. 126. Who was the mathematician, Frère Gabriel Marie? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Loren C. MACKINNEY, Query no. 127. The third printing of Galen's "Opera Omnia" 1511 or 1513? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Karl. K. DARROW, Query no. 128. Who first spoke of the importance of the next place of decimals in physical measurements? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
###, [Obituary], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Book Reviews, p. 202
Marie BOAS, Boyle as a Theoretical Scientist, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 261
William H. HOBBS, Verrazano's Voyage along the North American Coast in 1524, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 268
Frederic LUTHER, The Earliest Experiments in Microphotography, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 277
Denis DUVEEN, James Price (1752-1783), Chemist and Alchemist, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 281
Lynn THORNDIKE, The Tables of Barcelona of the 14th Century, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 283
E. ZINNER, Cl. Ptolemaeus und das Astrolab, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 286
Edward ROSEN, The Title of Galileo's "Sidereus nuncius", in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 287
Herbert DIECKMANN, The Autopsy Report on Diderot, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 289
George SARTON, The Critical Bibliographies of Isis, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 291
Marcel FRANÇON, Note sur Rabelais et les nombres, in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 298
George SARTON, Query no. 129. Desargues in Japan [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 41, 1950, p. 300
George SARTON, Answers to Query no. 129 [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
###, [Obituary], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Prix binoux [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Edwin C. BEAL Jr., Japanese Mathematics in the Library of Congress [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   University of Durham. Bi-centenary of Thomas Wright [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   1950 Meeting of the History of Science Society [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
Louise D. PATTERSON, A Reply to Professor Koyre's Note on Robert Hooke [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
###    [Personalia], in: Isis 41, 1950, p.
   Book Reviews, p. 306
   Seventy-sixth Critical Bibliography of the History and Philsophy of Science and of the History of Civilization (to May 1950), in: Isis 41, 1950, p.


Isis 42, 1951
George SARTON, Science and Peace, the Development of International Law [Preface], in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 3
Martin LEVEY, The First American Museum of Natural History, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 10
Gwei-Djen LU; Joseph NEEDHAM, A Contribution to the History of Chinese Dietetics, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 13
Clifford OBELL, In Memoriam. Otto Bütschli (1848-1920), "Architect of Protozoology", in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 20
Walter PAGEL, William Harvey and the Purpose of Circulation, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 22
E. ZINNER, Magister Alard von Diest und die Pariser Beobachtungen von 1312-15, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 38
   History of Science at Brown University [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 41
   Science in General Education [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
Herbert GOLDSTEIN, Magnetic Declination [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
Erika von ERHARDT-SIEBOLD, Early Weaving in England [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   The Stefansson Library in New York [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Paris, Académie des Sciences [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Oxford, Museum of the History of Science [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Science Museum, South Kensington, London [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   History of Chemistry in Philadelphia [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   History of Science in India [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
Richard L SCHOENWALD, Freud on Research and Marriage [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Descartes after 200 Years [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Robert Hooke [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Poincaré et Mallarmé [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   International Congress of Mathematicians [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   British Journal for the Philosophy of Science [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Impact of Science on Society [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   History of Chemistry [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   International Academy of the History of Science [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   International Academy and International Union of the History of Science [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Bremen, Kongress für internationale Wissenschaftsgeschichte [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   The Stimson Lecture in History [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Personalia, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 46
I.B. COHENQuery no. 125. Proof of the sphericity of the earth [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 47
George SARTON, Query no. 130. When did the term "golden section" or its equivalent in other languages originate? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
George SARTON, Query no. 131. Artificial insemination at the beginning of the fourteenth century? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Obituaries, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 48
   Editorial Board of Isis, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 50
   Book Reviews, p. 51
Conway ZIRKLE, Gregor Mendel and His Precursors, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 97
A. Hunter DUPREE, Some Letters from Charles Darwin to Jeffries Wyman, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 104
O. NEUGEBAUER, The Study of Wretched Subjects, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 111
George DE SANTILLANA; Walter PITTS, Philolaos in Limbo, or: Waht Happened to the Pythagoreans?, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 112
Louise Diehl PATTERSON, Leonard and Thomas Digges, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 120
Francis J. CARMODY, Regiomontanus' Notes on al-Bitrûji's Astronomy, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 121
Lynn THORNDIKE, Sexagenarium, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 130
J. Justin SCHOVE, Sunspots, Aurorae and Blood Rain: The Spectrum of Time, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 133
H.J.J. WINTER; W. 'ARAFAT, A Statemont on Optical Reflection and "Refraction" attributed to Nasir ud-Din at-Tusi, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 138
E. Newton HARVEY, Answer no. 2 to Query 117 concerning early descriptions of the phosphorescent sea [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 142
   Personalia, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 143
   Centaurus [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 143
   The University of Wisconsin [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Resolutions adopted by the Sixth International Congress for the History of Science [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Julius Pagel [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
Yutaka HIRATA, Dr. Yoshio Mikami [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   The Development of Knowledge of Blood [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
L. Carrington GOODRICH, Paper: A note on its origin [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Obituaries, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 145
   Book Reviews, p. 147
George SARTON, Science and Peace II. The botanical exploration of Malaysia [Preface], in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 173
John F. FULTON, The Impact of Science on American History, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 176
George A. FOOTE, The Place of Science in the British Reform Movement 1830-50, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 192
Louise Diehl PATTERSON, Recorde's Cosmography, 1556, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 208
A.R. HALL, Two Unpublished Lectures of Robert Hooke, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 219
Henry P. MACOMBER, A Comparison of the Variations and Errors in Copies of the First Edition of Newton's "Principia", 1687, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 230
Denis DUVEEN, Antoine Laurent Lavoisier (1743-1794): A Note regarding his Domicile during the French Revolution, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 233
Frère GARNIER, Edmond Brunhes (1834-1916), in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 234
   Bibliography of Dr. E.W. Gudger's Contributions to the History of Ichthyology (1905-1951), in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 237
Marcel FRANÇON, Note sur Rabelais et le nombre d'or [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 242
   Lychnos [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Index of Iris and Osiris [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Personalia, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 243
   Dissertations in Progress, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 244
   Courses in the History of Science, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 244
   Book Reviews, p. 244
John R. BAKER, Remarks on the Discovery of Cell-Division, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 285
Desmond REILLY, Salts, Acids and Alkalis in the 19th Century, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 287
Thomas S. KUHN, Newton's "31st Query" and the Degradation of Gold, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 296
Jean PELSENEER, Petite contribution à la connaissance de Mariotte, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 299
Lynn THORNDIKE, Prediction of Eclipses in the Fourteenth Century, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 301
Marcel FRANÇON, Ausone et le premier nombre parfait, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 302
   Obituaries, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 304
   Dr. George Sarton [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 306
   Sir D'Arcy Thompson [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   The Institute of the History of Medicine [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Program for History of Science Dinner Club (Berkeley, Cal.) [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   History of Science in Western Germany [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   A New Edition of the "Encyclopaedia of Islam" [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
Frans VERDOORN, Report of the Foundation Meeting of the "Biohistorical Club" [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
E. Newton HARVEY, Answer no. 3 to Query 117. Early descriptions of the phosphorescent sea [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 307
Dorothy WYCKOFF; Jane OPPENHEIMER, A course in the "Development of Scientific Thought" at Bryn Mawr College, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 308
Aaron J. IHDE, History of Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin, in: Isis 42, 1951, p.
   Seventy-Seventh Critical Bibliography of the History and Philosophy of Science and of the History of Civilization (to March 1951), in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 309
   Index to Seventy-Seventh Critical Bibliography, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 388
   Index to Volume 42 of Isis, in: Isis 42, 1951, p. 399
   Book Reviews, p.

Isis 43, 1952
Donald FLEMING, Latent Heat and the Invention of the Watt Engine, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 3
George A. FOOTE, Sir Humphry Davy and his Audience at the Royal Institution, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 6
Thomas S. KUHN, Robert Boyle and Structural Chemistry in the Seventeenth Century, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 12
Marshall CLAGETT, A Medieval Fragment of the "De Sphaera et Cylindro" of Archimedes, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 36
Richard C. RUDOLPH, A Second-Century Chinese Illustration of Salt Mining, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 39
E.S. KENNEDY, A Fifteenth-Century Planetary Computer: al-Kashi's "Tabaq al-Manateq", in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 42
Marshall CLAGETT, History of Science Instruction at the University of Wisconsin, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 51
George SARTON, Query no. 133. The earliest instance of birdbanding: c. 1350 A.D.? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 54
George SARTON, Query no. 134. Was any attempt made by the editors of the late Latin editions of Avicenna's Canon to modernize it? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
   Personalia, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 54
   Obituaries, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 55
   Notes and Correspondence, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 56
   Book Reviews, p. 57
Carl B. BOYER, Descartes and the Radius of the Rainbow, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 95
Samuel I. MINTZ, Galileo, Hobbes and the Circle of Perfection, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 98
Pearl KIBRE, Lewis of Carleon, Doctor of Medicine, Astronmer and Mathematician (d. 1494?), in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 100
Duane H.D. ROLLER, Thilorier and the First Solidification of a "Permanent" Gas (1835), in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 109
Henry GUERRIERO, A Note on Venesection in the New Orleans Area, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 114
   Doctoral Dissertations in Progress: Jean P. Brockhurst (Radcliffe), Leonard Marsak (Cornell), Louise Diehl Patterson (Radcliffe), Duane H.D. Roller (Harvard), J. Rodney Whetstone (Cornell), in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 116
   Personalia, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 117
   Obituaries, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 117
Ludwig EDELSTEIN, The interpretation of Erich Frank by Santillana and Pitts [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 119
Giorgio de SANTILLANA; Walter PITTS, Reply to Ludwig Edelstein [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
Marie BOAS, Newton and the theory of chemical solution [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
Thomas S. KUHN, Newton's 31st query and the degradation of gold (comments) [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
Herbert REICHNER, The first book on naval medicine [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
Louise Diehl PATTERSON, The date of birth of Thomas Digges [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
George SARTON, The Date of Birth of Lionardo de Vinci [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
James R. NAIDEN, Roster of neo-Latin authors of the 15th-16th centuries [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
   Contributions of the history of science to the understanding of literary change [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
   "Principia" census [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
   Babson Institute of Business Administration [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
   XIth International Congress of Philsophy [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
   International Congress on Medical Librarianship [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
   Academy of the History of Science (new members) [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
   First Brazilian Congress of the History of Science [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
   Tycho brahe [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
   History of Science in the Harvard Library [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
   Doctor Degress in Hungary [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
   Pilgrimage by air [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
   Seventy-Eighth Critical Bibliography of the History and Philosophy of Science and of the History of Civilization, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 128
   Index of Names in the 78th Critical Bibliography, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 175
Otto BLÜH, The Value of Inspiration. A Study on Julius Robert Mayer and Josef Popper-Lynkeus, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 211
Albert ROSENBERG, Bishop Sprat on Science and Imagery, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 220
Franz H. MAUTNER; Franklin H. MILLER Jr., Remarks on G.C. Lichtenberg, Humanist-Scientist, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 223
Rufus SUTER, Four Galileian Inscriptions, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 231
Marshall CLAGETT, The Use of the Moerbeke Translations of Archimedes in the Works of Johannes de Muris, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 236
Eufrosina DVOICHENKO-MARKOV, The Pulkovo Observatory and Some American Astronomers of the Mid-19th Century, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 243
A.J.J. van de VELDE, Jean Palfyn, 1650-1730. Chirurgien de Gand, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 246
Paul TASCH, Conservation of Momentum in Antiquity. A Note on the Prehistory of the Principle of Jet-Propulsion, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 251
Lynn THORNDIKE, A Record of Eclipses for the Years 1478 to 1506, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 252
Martin LEVEY, The Encyclopedia of Abraham Savasorda: A Departure in Mathematical Methodology, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 257
   Personalia, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 264
   Obituaries, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 265
Hugh G. DICK, Query no. 135: John Dryden's conception of tides? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 266
John C. EATON, Query no. 136: Location of correspondence of Colin MacLaurin and Sir Andrew Mitchell? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
Edward FUETER, Query no. 137: Instruments in the battle of La Hogue? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
Paul SCHRECKER, Answer 4 to Query no. 115: Phonomie [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 43, 1952, p.
   Book Reviews, p. 267
Harcourt BROWN, An Odd Lot. Presidential Address delivered at the close of the Meeting of the History of Science Society at Brown University, 5 April 1952, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 307
Alexandre KOYRÉ, An Unpublished Letter of Robert Hooke to Isaac Newton, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 312
Anneliese SISCO, How Old is the Bergbüchlein?, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 337
Edward ROSEN, Galileo on the Distance between the Earth and the Moon, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 344
William D. STAHLMAN, On the Date of a Comet ascribed to A.D. 1238, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 348
Karel HUJER, Father Procopius Divis — The European Franklin, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 351
I. Bernard COHEN; Robert SCHOFIELD, Did Divis erect the first European protective lightning rod, and was his invention independent?, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 358
   Notes and Correspondence, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 364
George SARTON, Query no. 138: In which of the many Arabic treatises on hippiatry is dourine discussed? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 366
   Obituaries, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 366
   Teaching the History of Science, in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 368
   Dissertations in Progress in the History of Science: Robert Siegfried (Wisconsin), Glenn Sonndecker (Wisconsin), Thomas Smith (Wisconsin), Cleo Tubekis (Wisconsin), Erwin N. Hiebert (Wisconsin), Alex Berman (Wisconsin), in: Isis 43, 1952, p. 368
   Book Reviews, p. 369

Isis 44, 1953
Dorothy STIMSON, The Editing of Isis, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 3
Edward ROSEN, Carlo Dati on the Invention of Eyeglasses, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 4
Duane H.D. ROLLER, Did Bacon know Gilberts De Magnete?, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 10
G.A. FESTER, Einige Farbstoffe südamerikanischer Kulturvölker, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 13
Marshall CLAGETT, The Medieval Latin Translations from the Arabic of the Elements of Euclid, with Special Emphasis on the Versions of Adelard of Bath, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 16
Alfred de GRAZIA, Mathematical Derivation of an Election System, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 42
Louise Diehl PATTERSON, The Royal Society's Standard Thermometer 1663-1709, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 51
   Book Reviews, p. 64
   Personalia, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 95
   Teaching the History of Science, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 95
J. PELSENEER, Le très intéressant article de Mr Duane H.D. Rolle, "Thilorier and the First Solidification of a 'Permanent' Gas (1885)" [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 96
Denis DUVEEN, The French Republican Calendar [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 44, 1953, p.
Lynn THORNDIKE, On the date of a comet ascribed to A.D. 1238 [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 44, 1953, p.
E.J. DIJKSTERHUIS, R.J. Forbes: A Modern Edition of the works of Simon Stevin [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 44, 1953, p.
Aaron J. IHDE, Corrections regarding the foundation of the University of Edinburg (and the name of William Cullen) [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 44, 1953, p.
   American Name Society [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 44, 1953, p.
   The Fourth Annual Logal Clendening Lecture [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 44, 1953, p.
George SARTON, Query no. 139: The earliest example of biologic control of insects, records by Chi Han (III-2)? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 99
L. Carrington GOODRICH, Query no. 140: The connection between the nautical charts of the Arabs and those of the Chinese before the days of the Portuguese navigators? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 44, 1953, p.
C.W. ADAMS, Answer to Query no 135: John Dryden's conception of tides? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 44, 1953, p.
   Seventy-Ninth Critical Bibliogrpahy of the History and Philosophy of Science and of the History of Civilization, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 102
   Index of Names in the Seventy-Ninth Critical Bibliography, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 197
Owsei TEMKIN, Greek Medicine as Science and Cult, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 213
Henry GUERLAC, A Proposed Revision of the Isis Critical Bibliography, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 226
George SARTON, Why Isis?, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 232
A. Hunter DUPREE, Jeffries Wyman's Views on Evolution, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 243
S. PINES, Un précurseur Bagdadien de la théorie de l'impétus, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 247
Harold FISCH, The Scientist as Priest: A Note on Robert Boyle's Natural Theology, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 252
Henrich SCHNEIDER, An Unpublished Letter concerning Leibniz, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 266
Wilhelm NORLIND, Copernicus and Luther: A Critical Study, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 273
   Personalia, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 276
   Baltimore Meeting of the History of Science Society [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 277
   History of Medicine Fellowships [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 277
W.D. STAHLMAN, More on the date of a comet ascribed to A.D. 1238 [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 277
L. Carrington GOODRICH, More on paper [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 277
   Book Reviews, p. 278
R.C. STAUFFER, Persistent Errors regarding Oersted's Discovery of Electromagnetism, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 307
L. Pearce WILLIAMS, Science, Education and the French Revolution, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 311
Robert E. SCHOFIELD, John Wesley and Science in 18th-Century England, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 331
Philip MERLAN, Plotinus and Magic, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 341
Alexander LIPSKI, The Foundation of the Russian Academy of Science, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 349
Curtis WILSON, Pomponazzi's Criticism of Calculator, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 355
Edward LURIE, Some Manuscript Resources in the History of Nineteenth-Century American Natural Science, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 363
Marshall CLAGETT, Medieval Mathematics and Physics: A Check List of Microfilm Reproductions, in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 371
G.A. FESTER, Correction regarding "Einige Farbstoffe südamerikanischer Kulturvölker" [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 382
J. PELSENEER, Thilorier (II) [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 382
L.J.M. COLEBY, First Professor of Chemistry in Great Britain [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 44, 1953, p. 382
   Book Reviews, p. 383

Isis 45, 1954
Eduard FARBER, The Color of Venous Blood, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 3
Henry J. WEBB, The Science of Gunnery in Elizabethan England, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 10
Lynn THORNDIKE, Albumasar in Sadan, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 22
R.A. CHIPMAN, An Unpublished Letter of Stephen Gray on Electrical Experiments, 1707-1708, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 33
I. Bernard COHEN, Neglected Sources for the Life of Stephen Gray (1666 or 1667-1736), in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 41
Henry GUERLAC, Lavoisier and His Biographers, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 51
Geroge SARTON, The Jerusalem Congress, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 63
LI Shu-hua, Origine de la Boussole, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 78
Victor COUTANT, Theophrastus and the Firewalk, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 95
Lynn THORNDIKE, The 1518 Printing of De insidentibus aquae [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 98
   An Einthoven Exhibition [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p.
   The Manuscripts of Leibniz [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p.
W. NORLIND, Copernicus and Luther [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p.
Heinrich MEYER, More on Copernicus and Luther [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p.
   An Edition of the Works of Benjamin Franklin [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p.
   Board of Editorial Consultants [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p.
   Book Reviews, p. 100
George SARTON, The Death and Burial of Vesalius, ind, incidentally, of Cicero, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 131
C. Donald O'MALLEY, Andreas Vesalius' Pilgrimage, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 138
Lynn THORNDIKE, Oresme and Fourteenth Century Commentaries on the Meteorologica, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 145
Marie BOAS, An Early Version of Boyle's Sceptical Chymist, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 153
A.A. KNOWLTON, Henry Crew (1859-1953) [Obituary], in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 169
LI Shu-hua, Origine de la Boussole. II. Aimant et Boussole, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 175
   The Renaissance Society of America [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 197
   Microcarded Volumes of Early Issues of ISIS [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p.
R.J. FORBES, First Benelux Congress on the History of Science [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p.
A. Hunter DUPREE, Activities of the Federal government in Science [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p.
   The Edition of Benjamin Franklin [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p.
George SARTON, Query no. 141. Earliest writings on coryza, hay fever, pollen allergy [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 199
R.C. ARCHIBALD, Location of copies of the early publications of Lobachevsky [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 199
   Dissertations in progress in the History of Science, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 199
   Doctorates in the History of Science, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 200
   Book Reviews, p. 201
Edward LURIE, Louis Agassiz and the Races of Man, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 227
Henry GUERLAC, The Poets' Nitre, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 243
Cecil SCHNEER, The Rise of Historical Geology in the Seventeeth Century, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 256
Marshall CLAGETT, King Alfred and the Elements of Euclid, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 269
Denis I. DUVEEN; Herbert S. KLICKSTEIN, The Introduction of Lavoisier's Chemical Nomenclature into America, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 278
   A Beaumont Memorial [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 293
Chauncey D. LEAKE, The Gest Oriental Library at Princeton University [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 293
Maria ROOSEBOOM, Microscopy Edhibition at Leyden [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 293
   The Prix Binoux [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 293
   Revista de la Sociedad Venezolana de Historia de la Medecina [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 293
   The Brasch Newton Collection at Stanford University [Notes and Correspondence], in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 293
   Book Reviews, p. 294
Thomas P. HARRISON, Birds in the Moon, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 323
M. PLESSNER, The Place of the Turba Philosophorum in the Development of Alchemy, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 331
John C. GREENE, Some Aspects of American Astronomy 1750-1815, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 339
Robert P. MULTHAUF, John of Rupescissa and the Origin of Medical Chemistry, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 359
Denis I. DUVEEN; Herbert S. KLICKSTEIN, The Introduction of Lavoisier's Chemical Nomenclature into America II, in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 368
Eric WARD, The authorship of Thomas Norton's Ordinall of Alchimy [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 45, 1954, p. 383
Harold R. WAINERDI, Location of neurological instruments which have been in Charcot's possession [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 45, 1954, p.
George SARTON, When was tree-ring analysis discovered? [Queries and Answers], in: Isis 45, 1954, p.
   Book Reviews, p. 385

Isis 46, 1955
David JORAVSKY, Soviet Views on the History of Science, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 3
Donald FLEMING, Galen on the Motions of the Blood in the Heart and Lungs, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 14
Nathan REINGOLD, The National Archives and the History of Science in America, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 22
N.H. de V. HEATHCOTE, Franklin's Introduction to Electricity, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 29
Milton KERKER, Herman Boerhaave and the Development of Pneumatic Chemistry, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 36
   Queries and Answers, p. 50
   Notes and Correspondence, p. 53
   Book Reviews, p. 57
Erwin H. ACKERKNECHT, George Forster, Alexander von Humboldt and Ethnology, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 83
Jean PELSENEER, Peut-on planifier la recherche scientifique? Ce que nous dit l'histoire des mathématiques, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 95
I. Bernard COHEN, Franklin, Boerhaave, Newton, Boyle and the Absorption of Heat in Relation to Color, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 99
Peter HUBER, Zu einem mathematischen Keilschrifttext (VAT 8512), in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 104
Martin LEVEY, Solomon Gandz, 1884-1954 [Obituary], in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 107
   Eightieth Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and its Cultural Influences (to 1 January 1954), in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 111
I.E. DRABKIN, Remarks on Ancient Psychopathology, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 223
Francis J. CARMODY, Notes on the Astronomical Works of Thâbit b. Qurra, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 235
Brooke HINDLE, The Quaker Background and Science in Colonial Philadelphia, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 243
Herbert DIECKMANN, The First Edition of Diderot's Pensées sur l'interprétation de la nature, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 251
I. Bernard COHEN, A Note Concerning Diderot and Franklin, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 268
Lynn THORNDIKE, The True Place of Astrology in the History of Science, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 273
   Notes and Correspondence, p. 278
   Book Reviews, p. 287
Donald FLEMING, William Harvey and the Pulmonary Circulation, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 319
Robert SIEGFRIED, An Attempt in the United States to Resolve the Differences between the Oxygen and Phlogiston Theories, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 327
Mary B. HESSE, Action at a Distance in Classical Physics, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 337
Cyril Stanley SMITH, A Sixteenth-Century Decimal System of Weights, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 354
Lynn THORNDIKE, More Questions on the Meteorologica, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 357
George SARTON, "Historians and Philosophers" of Science, in: Isis 46, 1955, p. 360
   Notes and Correspondence, p. 367
   Book Reviews, p. 368

Isis 47, 1956
Erwin PANOFSKY, Galileo as a Critic of the Arts: Aesthetic Attitude and Scientific Thought, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 3
Robert E. SCHOFIELD, Josiah Wedgwood and a Proposed Eighteenth-Century Industrial Research Organization, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 16
Frederick B. TOLLES, Philadelphia's First Scientist: James Logan, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 20
   Sarton Medal, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 31
E.S. KENNEDY, Parallax Theory in Islamic Astronomy, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 33
   Notes and Correspondence, p. 54
   Queries and Answers, p. 59
   Book Reviews, p. 65
Leonard K. NASH, The Origin of Dalton's Chemical Atomic Theory, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 101
Karl Ernst von BAER (trans. Charlds Donald O'MALLEY; Introduction by I. Bernard COHEN), On the Genesis of the Ovum of Mammals and of Man, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 117
E.S. MERTON, The Botany of Sir Thomas Browne, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 161
Leo STOLLER, A Note on Thoreau's Place in the History of Phrenology, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 172
   Notes and Correspondence, p. 182
   Book Reviews, p. 188
Henry GUERLAC, A Note on Lavoisier's Scientific Education, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 211
J.R. PARTINGTON, The Life and Work of John Mayow (1641-1679), in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 217
I. Bernard COHEN, Galileo's Rejection of the Possibility of Velocity Changing Uniformly with Respect to Distance, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 231
George I. MANES, The Discovery of X-Ray, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 236
Martin LEVEY; Miroslav KREK; Husni HADDAD, Some Notes on the Chemical Technology in an Eleventh-Century Arabic Work on Bookbinding, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 239
William D. STAHLMAN, Raymond Claire Archibald (1875-1955) [Obituary], in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 244
   Eighty-first Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and its Cultural Influences, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 247
L. Pearce WILLIAMS, Science, Education and Napoleon I, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 369
Carl B. BOYER, Refraction and the Rainbow in Antiquity, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 383
B.L. van der WAERDEN, Tables for the Egyptian and Alexandrian Calendar, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 387
Lynn THORNDIKE, Notes upon Some Medieval Latin Astronomical, Astrological and Mathematical Manuscripts at the Vatican, in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 391
J.R. PARTINGTON, The Life and Work of John Mayow (1641-1679), in: Isis 47, 1956, p. 405
   Notes and Correspondence, p. 418
   Book Reviews, p. 424

Isis 48, 1957
Benjamin DEMOTT, Science versus Mnemonics: Notes on John Ray and on John Wilkins' "Essay toward a Real Character and a Philosophical Language", in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 3
Seymour L. CHAPIN, The Astronomical Activities of Nicolas Claude Fabri de Peiresc, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 13
Roger BARON, Note sur les variations au XIIe siècle de la triade géométrique, altimetria, planimetria, cosmimetria, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 30
Robert C. STAUFFER, Speculation and Experiment in the Background of Oersted's Discovery of Electromagnetism, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 33
Lynn THORNDIKE, Eclipses in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 51
Conway ZIRKLE, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Malthus and the United States Census, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 58
Joseph A. MAZZEO, Notes on John Donne's Alchemical Imagery, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 103
Henry GUERLAC, Joseph Black and Fixed Air: A Bicentenary Retrospective, with Some New or Little Known Material, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 124
Charles C. GILLISPIE, The Discovery of the Leblanc Process, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 152
Edward ROSEN, Was Maurolico's Essay on the Nova of 1572 Printed?, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 171
I. Bernard COHEN, The Eighth International Congress of the History of Science, 1956, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 176
   Eighty-second Critical Bibliography [of the History and Philosophy of Science and of the History of Civilization], in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 189
Dorothy STIMSON, Dr. Sarton and the History of Science Society, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 283
May SARTON, A Celebration, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 285
I. Bernard COHEN, George Sarton, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 286
James B. CONANT, George Sarton and Harvard University, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 301
Charles SINGER; Dorothea SINGER, George Sarton and the History of Science, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 306
John F. FULTON, George Sarton and the History of Medicine, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 311
José M. MILLÁS VALLICROSA, George Sarton y la Historia de la Ciencia Oriental, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 315
Marshall CLAGETT, George Sarton: Historian of Medieval Science, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 320
Lynn THORNDIKE, Some Letters of George Sarton (1922-1955), in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 323
Charles Habib MÂLIK, George Sarton's Study of Arabic, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 335
Katharine STRELSKY, Bibliography of the Writings of George Sarton, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 336
Stillman DRAKE, Galileo Gleanings I: Some Unpublished Anecdotes of Galileo, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 393
Charles C. GILLISPIE, The Natural History of Industry, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 398
Robert E. SCHOFIELD, The Industrial Orientation of Science in the Lunar Society of Birmingham, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 408
Denis I. DUVEEN; Roger HAHN, Laplace's Succession to Bézout's Post as Examinateur des Élèves de l'Artillerie, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 416
Victor ROBERTS, The Solar and Lunar Theory of Ibn ash-Shatir, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 428
Henry GUERLAC, Joseph Black and Fixed Air: A Bicentenary Retrospective, with Some New or Little Known Material, in: Isis 48, 1957, p. 433
   Book Reviews, p.

Isis 49, 1958
Alfred ROMER, The Transformation Theory of Radioactivity, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 3
John C. GREENE, Science and the Public in the Age of Jefferson, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 13
Stillman DRAKE, Galileo Gleanings II: A Kind Word for Salusbury, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 26
Lynn THORNDIKE, Notes upon some Medieval Latin Astronomical, Astrological and Mathematical Manuscripts at the Vatican. Part II, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 34
Robert MULTHAUF, The Beginning of Mineralogical Chemistry, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 50
C. TRUESDELL, The New Bernoulli Edition, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 54
Katherine GEORGE, The Civilized West looks at Primitive Africa: 1400-1800. A Study in Ethnocentrism, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 62
   Book Reviews, p. 84
Henry GUERLAC, Award of the George Sarton Medal to Lynn Thorndike, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 107
Dorothy WYCKOFF, Albertus Magnus on Ore Deposits, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 109
John J. BEER, Coal Tar Dye Manufacture and the Origins of the Modern Industrial Research Laboratory, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 123
Thomas S. KUHN, The Caloric Theory of Adiabatic Compression, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 132
Carl B. BOYER, The Tertiary Rainbow: An Historical Account, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 141
Stillman DRAKE, Galileo Gleanings III: A Kind Word for Sizzi, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 155
Martin LEVEY, Alum in Ancient Mesopotamian Technology, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 166
George ROSEN, Henry E. Sigerist (1891-1957) [Obituary; Nachruf], in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 170
   Eighty-third Critical Bibliography [of the History and Philosophy of Science and of the History of Civilization], in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 179
Nathan REINGOLD, Science in the Civil War, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 307
Edward ROSEN, Galileo's Misstatements about Copernicus, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 319
S. SAMBURSKY, On Some References to Experience in Stoic Physics, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 331
Martin LEVEY, Gypsum, Salt and Soda in Ancient Mesopotamian Chemical Technology, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 336
   Book Reviews, p. 350
Robert S. WOODBURY, The First Epicycloidal Gear Teeth, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 375
Carl B. BOYER, The Theory of the Rainbow: Medieval Triumph and Failure, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 377
C.A. PATRIDES, The Numerological Approach to Cosmic Order during the English Renaissance, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 390
Lynn THORNDIKE, De Complexionibus, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 397
Stillman DRAKE, Galileo Gleanings IV: Bibliographical Notes, in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 409
Robert A. CHIPMAN, The Manuscript Letters of Stephen Gray, F.R.S. (1666/7-1736), in: Isis 49, 1958, p. 414
   Book Reviews, p. 445

Isis 50, 1959
H.E. HOFF; L.A. GEDDES, Graphic Registration before Ludwig. The Antecedents of the Kymograph, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 5
O. NEUGEBAUER, Ptolemy's Geography, Book VII, Chapters 6 and 7, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 22
Jackson I. COPE, Evelyn, Boyle and Dr. Wilkinson's "Mathematico-Chymico-Mechanical School", in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 30
Lynn THORNDIKE, Notes upon some Medieval Astronomical, Astrological and Mathematical Manuscripts at Florence, Milan, Bologna and Venice, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 33
Leonard M. MARSAK, Cartesianism in Fontenelle and French Science, 1686-1752, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 51
L. Sprague de CAMP, Sailing Close-Hauled, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 61
William H. STAHL, Dominant Traditions in Early Medieval Latin Science, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 95
Henry GUERLAC, A Lost Memoir of Lavoisier, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 125
V.P. ZOUBOV, Quelques observations sur l'auteur du traité anonyme "Utrum dyameter alicuius quadrati sit commensurabilis costae eiusdem", in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 130
Brooke HINDLE; Helen M. HINDLE, David Rittenhouse and the Illusion of Reversible Relief, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 135
Masao WATANABE, Count Rumford's First Exposition of the Dynamic Aspect of Heat, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 141
Marian A. MOORE (trans.), A Letter of Philip Melanchthon to the Reader, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 145
Wilson L. SCOTT, The Significance of "Hard" Bodies in the History of Scientific Thought, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 199
J.R. PARTINGTON, Some Early Appraisals of the Work of John Mayow, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 211
E.S. KENNEDY; Victor ROBERTS, The Planetary Theory of Ibn al-Shatir, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 227
John M. STEADMAN, Chauntecleer and Medieval Natural History, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 236
Stillman DRAKE, Galileo Gleanings VI: Galileo's First Telescopes at Padua and Venice, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 245
Giorgio de SANTILLANA; Stillman DRAKE, Arthur Koestler and his Sleepwalkers, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 255
   Eighty-fourth Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and its Cultural Influences (to 1 January 1958), in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 289
Marshall CLAGETT, The Impact of Archimedes on Medieval Science, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 419
Saul JARCHO, Origin of the American Indian as suggested by Fray Joseph de Acosta (1589), in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 430
James A. WEISHEIPL O.P., The Place of John Dumbleton in the Merton School, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 439
Jacob ZEITLIN, Thomas Salusbury Discovered, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 455
Jan Z. WILCZYNSKI, On the Presumed Darwinism of Alberuni Eight Hundred Years before Darwin, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 459
Colin M. TURBAYNE, Grosseteste and an Ancient Optical Principle, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 467
Marie Boas HALL; A. Rupert HALL, Newton's Electric Spirit: Four Oddities, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 473
O. NEUGEBAUER, Regula Philippi Arrhidaei, in: Isis 50, 1959, p. 477
   Notes and Correspondence, p.
   Book Reviews, p.

Isis 51, 1960
Richard H. POPKIN, Éloge of Robert Lenoble [Obituary], in: Isis 51, 1960, p.
Agnes ARBER, Robert Sharrock (1630-1684), a predecessor of Nehemiah Grew (1641-1712) and an exponent of "Natural Law" in the plant world, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 3
Sven DIJKGRAAF, Spallanzani's unpublished experiments on the sensory basis of object perception in bats, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 9
John J. BEER, Eighteenth-century theories on the process of dyeing, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 21
M. LEVEY, The earliest stages in the evolution of the still, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 31
Aydin SAYILI, Thabit ibn Qurra's generalization of the Pythagorean theorem, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 35
Walter F. CANNON, The Uniformitarian-Catastrophist debate, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 38
Stillman DRAKE, Galileo Gleanings VIII: The origin of Galileo's book on floating bodies and the question of the unknown academiciam, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 56
Denis DUVEEN; Roger HAHN, A note on some Lavoisiereana in the "Journal de Paris", in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 64
Vincent R. LARKIN (trans.), St. Thomas Aquinas, On th combining of the elements, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 67
A. Rupert HALL; Marie Boas HALL, Newton's theory of matter, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 131
W.E.K. MIDDLETON, Bouguer, Lambert and the theory of horizontal visibility, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 145
Norwood Russell HANSON, The mathematical power of epicyclical astronomy, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 150
L. Sprague de CAMP, Before stirrups, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 159
Leonard G. WILSON, The transformation of ancient concepts of respiration in the seventeenth century, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 161
Thomas P. HARRISON, Phoenix redivivus, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 173
Lynn THORNDIKE, Questiones Alani, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 181
Robert WOHL, Buffon and his project for a new science, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 186
A. ROME, Éloge of Paul Louis Ver Eecke [Obituary], in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 202
Milton KERKER, Sadi Carnot and the steam engine engineers, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 257
I.E. DRABKIN, A note on Galileo's De motu, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 271
Everett MENDELSOHN, John Lining and his contribution to early American science, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 278
Edward GRANT, Nicole Oresme and his De proportionibus proportionum, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 293
P. BOCKSTAELE, Notes on the first arithmetics printed in Dutch and English, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 315
C. Doris HELLMAN, Maurolyco's "lost" essay on the New Star of 1572, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 322
   Eighty-fifth Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and its Cultural Influences (to 1 January 1959), in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 371
I. Bernard COHEN, Newton in the light of recent scholarship, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 489
L. Pearce WILLIAMS, Michael Faraday's education in science, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 515
Cecil SCHNEER, Kepler's New Year's gift of a snowflake, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 531
J. HERIVEL, Newton's discovery of the law of centrifugal force, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 546
A.V. CAROZZI, A study of Werner's peronal copy of Von den äusserlichen Kennzeichen Fossilien, 1774, in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 554
A. Rupert HALL, Éloge of Charles Joseph Singer [Obituary], in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 558
Chauncey LEAKE, Éloge of John Farquhar Fulton [Obituary], in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 560
Glenn SONNEDECKER, Éloge of George Urdang [Obituary], in: Isis 51, 1960, p. 562
   Notes and Correspondence, p.
   Book Reviews, p.

Isis 52, 1961
Henry GUERLAC, Address of Retiring President, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 3
J. RAVETZ, The Representation of Physical Qualities in Eighteenth-Century Mathematical Physics, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 7
S. PINES, A Refutation of Galen by Alexander of Aprodisias and the Theory of Motion, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 21
Leonard TUCKER, President Thomas Clap of Yale College: Another "Founding Father" of American Science, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 55
Jaroslav LEVY, Contribution to the Indentification of Some Trees and Shrubs in the Oldes Works of European Literature, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 78
Harry WOOLF, The Converence on the History of Quantification in the Sciences, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 133
S.S. WILKS, Some Aspects of Quantification in Science, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 135
A.C. CROMBIE, Quantification in Medieval Physics, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 143
Thomas S. KUHN, The Function of Measurement in Modern Physical Science, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 161
Henry GUERLAC, Quantification in Chemistry, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 194
Richard H. SHRYOCK, The History of Quantification in Medical Science, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 215
Edwin G. BORING, The Beginning and Growth of Measurement in Psychology, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 238
Joseph J. SPENGLER, On the Progress of Quantification in Economics, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 258
Paul F. LAZARSFELD, Notes on the History of Quantification in Sociology – Trends, Sources and Problems, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 277
R.W. GERARD, Quantification in Biology, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 334
Walter B. HENRICKSON, Nineteenth-Century State Geological Surveys: Early Government Support of Science, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 357
Robert O. STEUR, Controversial Problems Concerning the Interpretation of the Physiological Treatises of Papyrus Ebers, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 372
Richard C. DALES, Robert Grosseteste's Scientific Works, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 381
Thomas W. AFRICA, Copernicus' Relation to Aristarchus and Phythagoras, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 403
J.W. HERIVEL, Interpretation of an Early Newton Manuscript, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 410
   Eighty-sixth Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and its Cultural Influences (to 1 January 1960), in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 445
W.E. Knowles MIDDLETON, Archimides, Kircher, Buffon and the Burning Mirrors, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 533
Henry GUERLAC, Some Daltonian Doubts, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 544
Alexandre KOYRÉ; I. Bernard COHEN, The Case of the Missing Tanquam: Leibniz, Newton and Clarke, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 555
Thomas S. KUHN, Sadi Carnot and the Cagnard Engine, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 567
J.A.L. LEMAY, Franklin and Kinnersley, in: Isis 52, 1961, p. 575
   Notes and Correspondence, p.
   Book Reviews, p.

Isis 53, 1962
A.E. WOODRUFF, Action at a Distance in Nineteenth Century ###, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. ###
Richard H. SHRYOCK, The Viewpoint of an Historian and a Manuscript Librarian, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 9
Whitfield J. BELL Jr., Editing a Scientist's Papers, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 14
Edward LURIE, Some Observations on Research in Nineteenth-Century American Science, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 21
R.G. HEWLETT, A Pilot Study in Contemporary Scientific History, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 31
Wayne C. GROVER, The Role of the Archivist in the Preservation of Scientific Records, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 55
A. Hunter DUPREE, What Manuscripts the Historian Wants Saved, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 63
Harry ALPERT, Viewpoints of the Sociology of Science, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 67
Kendall BIRR, "What Shall We Save?" An Historian's View, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 72
Hugh ODISHAW, What Shall We Save in the Geophysical Sciences?, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 80
Luther H. EVANS, Some Proposals for Action, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 101
Nathan REINGOLD, Subject Analysis and Description of Manuscript Collections, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 106
Saul BENISON, Oral History and Manuscript Collecting, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 113
Donald FLEMING, The Ends in View of the Preservation of the Private Papers of American Scientists, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 118
H. Bentley GLASS, The Scientists and the Preservation of Science Manuscripts, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 136
Chauncey D. LEAKE, Responsibility for Science Archives, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 143
R.N. QUIRK, The Problem of Scientific Manuscripts in Britain, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 151
Harold L. BURSTYN, Galileo's Attempt to Prove that the Earth Moves, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 161
Howard E. GRUBER; Valmai GRUBER, The Eye of Reason: Darwin's Development during the Beagle Voyage, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 186
Stillman DRAKE, Galileo Gleanings XII: An Unpublished Letter of Galileo to Peiresc, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 201
J.W. HERIVEL, Newton on Rotating Bodies, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 212
Hebbel E. HOFF; A. GEDDES, The Beginnings of Graphic Recording, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 287
William COLEMAN, Lyell and the "Reality" of Species: 1830-1833, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 325
Richard S. WESTFALL, The Development of Newton's Theory of Color, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 339
Norwood Russell HANSON, Leverrier: The Zenith or Nadir of Newtonian Mechanics, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 359
I. Bernard COHEN, The First English Version of Newton's Hypotheses non fingo, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 379
S. SAMBURSKY, Galileo's Attempt at a Cosmogony, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 460
Alexander VUCINICH, Nikolai Ivanovic Lobachevskii: The Man Behind the First Non-Euclidean Geometry, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 465
A. Rupert HALL; Marie Boas HALL, Why Blame Oldenburg?, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 482
Fuad ABBUD, The Planetary Theory of Ibn Al-Shatir: Reduction of the Geometric Models of Numerical Tables, in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 492
   Eighty-seventh Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and its Cultural Influences (to 1 January 1961), in: Isis 53, 1962, p. 545
   Notes and Correspondence, p.
   Book Reviews, p.

Isis 54, 1963
Harry WOOLF, ISIS: 1913-1963, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 5
George SARTON, Le but d'Isis, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 7
W.E. Knowles MIDDLETON, The Place of Torricelli in the History of the Barometer, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 11
George H.C. WONG, China's Opposition to Western Science during Late Ming and Early Ch'ing, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 29
Frederic L. HOLMES, Elementary Analysis and the Origins of Physiological Chemistry, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 50
Richard S. WESTFALL, Newton's Reply to Hooke and the Theory of Colors, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 82
C.E. BOSWORTH, A Pioneer Arabic Encyclopedia of the Sciences: al-Khwarizmi's Keys of the Sciences, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 97
Salomon BOCHNER, The Significance of Some Basic Mathematical Conceptions for Physics, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 179
Henry T. BERNSTEIN, J. Clerk Maxwell on the History of the Kinetic Theory of Gases, 1871, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 206
Gerald D. NASH, The Conflict between Pure and Applied Science in Nineteenth-Century Public Policy: The California State Geological Survey, 1860-1874, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 217
David PINGREE, Astronomy and Astrology in India and Iran, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 229
Robert SIEGFRIED, The Discovery of Potassium and Sodium and the Problem of Chemical Elements, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 247
I. Bernard COHEN, Pemberton's Translation of Newton's Principia, with Notes on Motte's Translation, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 319
Joseph T. CLARK S.J., Pierre Gassendi and the Physics of Galileo, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 352
Peter VORZIMMER, Charles Darwin and Blending Inheritance, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 371
Eduard FARBER, Variants of Preformation Theory in the History of Chemistry, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 443
Robert H. SILLIMAN, William Thomson: Smoke Rings and Nineteenth-Century Atomism, in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 461
   Eighty-eighth Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and its Cultural Influences (to 1 January 1962), in: Isis 54, 1963, p. 516
   Notes and Correspondence, p.
   Book Reviews, p.

Isis 55, 1964
   Eighty-nineth Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and its Cultural Influences (to 1 January 1963), in: Isis 55, 1964, p.
Bernard S. FINN, Laplace and the Speed of Sound, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 7
Loren R. GRAHAM, A Soviet Marxist View of Structural Chemistry: The Theory of Resonance Controversy, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 20
Charles SÜSSKIND, Observations of Electromagnetic-Wave Radiation before Hertz, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 32
Allen G. DEBUS, The Paracelsian Aerial Niter, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 43
Roy RAUSCHENBERG, A Letter of Sir Joseph Banks describing the Life of Daniel Solander, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 62
Carl B. BOYER, Clairaut le Cadet and a Theorem of Thâbit ibn Qurra, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 68
Richard C. DALES, The Authorship of the Summa in Physica attributed to Robert Grosseteste, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 70
Michael KELLY, Robert Darwin's Splendid Character, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 74
Rufus SUTER, Leonardo Ximenes and the Gnomon at the Cathedral of Florence, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 79
José BABINI, Valentín Balbín y la primera revista Matemática Argentina, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 82
Paul G. ROOFE, The Herrick Papers, an Unusual Scientific Archive, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 85
E. Scott BARR, Biographical Material in the Philosophical Magazine to 1900, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 88
George W. STOCKING Jr., French Anthropology in 1800, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 134
Gerd BUCHDAHL, Theory Construction: The Work of Norman Robert Campbell, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 151
Morton GROSSER, The Search for a Planet beyond Neptune, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 163
Robert KARGON, Walter Charleton, Robert Boyle and the Acceptance of Epicurean Atomism in England, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 184
L. Carrington GOODRICH, Early Cannon in China, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 193
Armin GEUS, Leonhard Baldner, a Strasbourgh Fisherman, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 195
Emmanuel POULLE, Bernard de Verdun et le turquet, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 200
Edward GRANT, Motion in the Void and the Principle of Inertia in the Middle Ages, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 265
Albert V. CAROZZI, Lamarck's Theory of the Earth: Hydrogéologie, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 293
Norwood Russell HANSON, Contra-Equivalence. A Defense of the Originality of Copernicus, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 308
Alfred M. BORK, The Fourth Dimension in Ninteenth-Century Physics, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 326
June GOODFIELD; Stephen TOULMIN, The Qattara: A Primitive Distallation and Extraction Apparatus still in use, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 339
E.G.R. TAYLOR, Robert Grosseteste as an Observer, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 342
S. PINES, The Semantic Distinction between the Terms Astronomy and Astrology according to al-Biruni, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 343
June GOODFIELD, The Growth of Scientific Physiology, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 349
Leonard WILSON, The Growth of Scientific Physiology, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 351
Jerry STANNARD, A Fifteenth-Century Botanical Glossary, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 353
Mel GORMAN, Gassendi in America, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 409
C.K. BRAMPTON, Ockham and his Authorship of the Summulae in libros physicorum, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 418
Robert P. APMANN, A Case History in Theory and Experiment: Fluid Flow in Bends, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 427
E.S. KENNEDY, The Chinese-Uighur Calendar as described in the Islamic Sources, in: Isis 55, 1964, p. 435
   Notes and Correspondence, p.
   Book Reviews, p.

Isis 56, 1965
W.H. BROCK; D.M. KNIGHT, The Atomic Debates: "Memorable and interesting evenings in the life of the Chemical Society", in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 5
James A. WEISHEIPL O.P., The Principle Omne quod movetur ab alio movetur in Medieval Physics, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 26
June GOODFIELD; Stephen TOULMIN, How Was the Tunnel of Eupalinus Aligned?, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 46
E.J. AITON, Galileo and the Theory of the Tides, Comments, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 56
Harold L. BURSTYN, Galileo and the Theory of the Tides: Reply, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 61
Robert KARGON, William Petty's Mechanical Philosophy, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 63
Cyril Stanley SMITH, A Speculation on the Origin of Fahrenheit's Temperature Scale, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 66
Owen GINGERICH, Lunar Visibilities in Ancient Babylon, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 69
Roger HAHN, The Boscovich Archives at Berkeley, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 70
   Book Reviews, p. 83
Gregory VLASTOS, Minimal Parts in Epicurean Atomism, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 121
Peter VORZIMMER, Darwin's Ecology and its Influence upon his Theory, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 148
Edward J. PFEIFER, The Genesis of American Neo-Lamarckism, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 156
S.N. VINOGRADOV, Chemistry at Kazan University in the Nineteenth Century: A Case History of Intellectual Lineage, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 168
Richard C. DALES, Anonymi De elementis: From a Twelfth Century Collection of Scientific Works in British Museum MS Cotton Galba E.IV, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 174
Haig KHATCHADOURIAN; Nicholas RESCHER, Al-Kindi's Epistle on the Concentric Structure of the Universe, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 190
J.P. PHILLIPS, Kepler's Echinus, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 196
N. SIVIN, On "China's Opposition to Western Science during Late Ming and Early Ch'ing", in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 201
Henry GUERLAC, The Word Spectrum: A Lexicographic Note with a Query, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 206
Lynn THORNDIKE, Johannes de Luna Theutonicus, about A.D. 1305, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 207
Rufus SUTER, Manzoni and Seventeenth-Century Science, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 208
Cyril Stanley SMITH, Fahrenheit's Temperature Scale: Postscript to a Speculation, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 209
H.A.M. SNELDERS, Reply to Query No. 155, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 210
   Book Reviews, p. 214
Roy M. MACLEOD, Evolutionism and Richard Owen, 1830-1868: An Episode in Darwin's Century, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 259
Thomas L. HANKINS, Eighteenth-Century Attempts to Resolve the Vis viva Controversy, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 281
S.A. JAYAWARDENE, Rafael Bombelli, Engineer-Architect: Some Unpublished Documents of the Apostolic Camera, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 298
Ladislao RETI, Parting of Gold and Silver with Nitric Acid in a Page of the Codex Atlanticus of Leonardo da Vinci, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 307
W.E. Knowles MIDDLETON, P.H. Maille, a Forgotten Pioneer in Meteorology, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 320
Edward GRANT, Part I of Nicole Oresme's Algorismus proportionum, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 327
Charles SÜSSKIND, Hertz and the Technological Significance of Electomagnetic Waves, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 342
Kenneth O. MAY, The Origin of the Four-Color Conjecture, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 346
David Wade CHAMBERS, Did the Maya Know the Metonic Cycle?, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 348
David C. LINDBERG, Galileo's Experiments on Falling Bodies, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 352
E. Scott BARR, Nature's Scientific Worthies, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 354
H.A.M. SNELDERS, Lamarck's Theory of the Earth: Comments, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 356
Albert V. CAROZZI, Lamarck's Theory of the Earth: Reply, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 357
   Book Reviews, p. 362
Marjorie HOOKER, The Origin of the Volcanological Concept Nuée ardente, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 401
Herbert M. HOWE, A Root of van Helmont's Tree, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 408
Jerry STANNARD, Pliny and Roman Botany, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 420
Nicholas RESCHER; Haig KHATCHADOURIAN, Al-Kindi's Epistle on the Finitude of the Universe, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 426
Edward ROSEN, Israel Edward Drabkin (7 February 1905-27 March 1965) [Obituary], in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 434
Willy HARTNER, Notes on Picatrix, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 438
Rufus SUTER, A Note on the Identity of Ascanio Piccolomini, Galileo's Host at Siena, in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 452
   Book Reviews, p. 458
   Nintieth Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and its Cultural Influences (to 1 January 1965), in: Isis 56, 1965, p. 490

Isis 57, 1966
Charles C. WEBSTER, The Recognition of Plant Sensitivity by English Botanists in the Seventeenth Century, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 5
Peter Anton PAV, Gassendi's Statement of the Principle of Inertia, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 24
Arnold W. THACKRAY, The Origin of Dalton's Chemical Atomic Theory: Daltonian Doubts Resolved, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 35
Christoph J. SCRIBA, John Wallis' Treatise of Angular Sections and Thâbit ibn Qurra's Generalization of the Pythagorean Theorem, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 56
Mary B. HESSE, Hooke's Philosophical Algebra, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 67
Dirk J. STRUIK, Johan Adriaan Vollgraff (1877-1965) [Obituary], in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 84
Marshall CLAGETT, Lynn Thorndike (1882-1965) [Obituary], in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 85
Lynn THORNDIKE, A Daily Weather Record from the Years 1399 to 1401. I. A Daily Weather Record Continued from 1 September 1400 to 25 June 1401, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 90
Ralph H. FREDERICK; Helmut E. LANDSBERG; Walter LENKE, A Daily Weather Record from the Years 1399 to 1401. II. A Climatological Analysis of the Basel Weather Manuscript, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 99
Richard S. WESTFALL, Newton's Optics: The Present State of Research, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 102
R.G.A. DOLBY, A Note on Dijksterhuis's Criticism of Newton's Axiomatization of Mechanics, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 108
Bernard SEMMEL, "Parliament and the Metric System" – A Reply, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 116
Joseph MAYER, "Parliament and the Metric System" – Comments, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 117
Joy B. EASTON, On the Date of Robert Recorde's Birth, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 121
   Book Reviews, p. 125
I. Bernard COHEN, Alexandre Koyré (1892-1964): Commemoration [Obituary], in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 157
Marshall CLAGETT, Alexandre Koyré (1892-1964): Commemoration [Obituary], in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 165
Harold L. BURSTYN, Early Explanations of the Role of the Earth's Rotation in the Circulation of the Atmosphere and the Ocean, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 167
A.E. WOODRUFF, William Crookes and the Radiomoeter, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 188
Alfred M. BORK, The "Fitzgerald" Contraction, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 199
Victor ROBERTS, The Planetary Theory of Ibn al-Shatir: Latitudes of the Planets, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 208
Richard J. BLACKWELL, Descartes' Laws of Motion, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 220
David C. LINDBERG, Roger Bacon's Theory of the Rainbow: Progress or Regress?, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 235
Stephen MERTON, Old and New Physiology in Sir Thomas Browne: Digestion and Some Other Functions, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 249
Roger HAHN, Éloges: Three French Historians of Science: Edmond Bauer (1880-1963) [Obituary, nécrologie], in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 260
Roger HAHN, Éloges: Three French Historians of Science: Paul-Henri Michael (1894-1964) [Obituary, nécrologie], in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 260
Roger HAHN, Éloges: Three French Historians of Science: Jean Torlais (1897-1964) [Obituary, nécrologie], in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 261
Edward ROSEN, Galileo and Kepler: Their First Two Contacts, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 262
John L. HEILBRON, G.M. Bose: The Prime Mover in the Invention of the Leyden Jar, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 264
Lawrence BADASH, Becquerel's "Unexposed" Photographic Plates, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 267
Stillman DRAKE, Free Fall in Galileo's Dialogue, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 269
   Book Reviews, p. 274
Richard S. WESTFALL, Newton Defends his First Publication: The Newton-Lucas Correspondence, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 299
Margaret T. HODGEN, Ethnology in 1500: Polydore Vergil's Collection of Customs, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 315
Robert SIEGFRIED, Sir Humphry Davy on the Nature of the Diamond, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 325
John L. HEILBRON, The Work of H.G.J. Moseley, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 336
E.S. KENNEDY, Late Medieval Planetary Theory, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 365
Jerry STANNARD, Éloge: Ludwig Edelstein (1902-1965) [Obituary, Nachruf], in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 379
Francis CELORIA, Delta as a Geographical Concept in Greek Literature, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 385
Hans SALIÉ (Ralph E. OESPER, trans.), Poggendorf and Poggendorff, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 389
Edward ROSEN, Kepler's Dream in Translation, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 392
Patricia Frueh KIRKWOOD, Reply: Kepler's Dream in Translation, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 394
   Book Reviews, p. 396
Thomas K. SIMPSON, Maxwell and the Direct Experimental Test of his Electromagnetic Theory, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 411
Mary B. HESSE, Hooke's Vibration Theory and the Isochrony of Springs, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 433
Shigeru NAKAYAMA, Characteristics of Chinese Astrology, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 442
Richard C. DALES, The Text of Robert Grosseteste's Questio de fluxo et refluxo maris with an English translation, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 455
A.S. SAIDAN, The Earliest Extant Arabic Arithmetic Kitab al Fusul fi Hisab al-Hindi of Abu al-Hasan, Ahmad ibn Ibrahim al-Uqlidisi, in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 475
   Book Reviews, p. 494
   Ninety-first Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and its Cultural Influences (to 1 January 1966), in: Isis 57, 1966, p. 516

Isis 58, 1967
Herbert H. ODOM, Generalizations on Race in Nineteenth-Century Physical Anthropology, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 5
Victor E. THOREN, An Early Instance of Deductive Discovery: Tycho Brahe's Lunar Theory, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 19
Russell MCCORMMACH, Henri Poincaré and the Quantum Theory, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 37
Michael MCVAUGH, Arnald of Villanova and Bradwardine's Law, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 56
Stephen TOULMIN, The Astrophysics of Berossos the Chaldean, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 65
A.I. SABRA, The Authorship of the Liber de crepusculis, an Eleventh-Century Work on Atmospheric Refraction, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 77
R.S. SHANKLAND, Rayleigh and Michelson, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 86
John N. HOWARD, The Michelson-Rayleigh Correspondence of the AFCRL Rayleigh Archives, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 88
Alexander M. OSPOVAT, The Place of the Kurze Klassifikation in the Work of A.G. Werner, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 90
Mel GORMAN, Faraday on Lightning Rods, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 96
Jean PELSENEER, Galilée ou le recours au protestantisme, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 99
Edwin G. BORING, Psychologist's Letters and Papers, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 103
   Book Reviews, p. 110
George H. DANIELS, The Process of Profesionalization in American Science: The Emergent Period, 1820-1860, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 151
Timothy O. LIPMAN, Vitalism and Reductionism in Liebig's Physiological Thought, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 167
W.A. SUCHTING, Berkeley's Criticism of Newton on Space and Motion, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 186
John CHRISTIANSON, Tycho Brahe at the University Copenhagen, 1559-1562, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 198
Gregory VLASTOS, Plato's Supposed Theory of Irregular Atomic Figures, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 204
Alfred M. BORK, Maxwell and the Vector Potential, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 210
A. Bernard COHEN, Newton's Use of "Force", or, Cajori Versus Newton: A Note on Translations of the Principia, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 226
Stephen G. BRUSH, Note on the History of the FitGerald-Lorentz Contraction, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 230
P.M. HEIMANN; John L. HEILBRON, "The Work of H.G.J. Moseley", Comment and Reply, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 232
Walter F. CANNON, "parliament and the Metric System" — A Further Comment, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 235
Robert SIEGFRIED, Boscovich and Davy: Some Cautionary Remarks, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 236
Rufus SUTER, The Word Indiscerpible and Jonathan Edwards, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 238
James O. WOOD, A Horned Woman, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 239
Henry M. LEICESTER, Boyle, Lomonosov, Lavoisier and the Corpuscular Theory of Matter, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 240
G.S. ROUSSEAU, Smollett's Acidum Vagum, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 244
E. Scott BARR, Biographical Material in the First Series of the Physical Review, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 245
   Book Reviews, p. 248
J. Morton BRIGGS Jr., Aurora and Enlightenment. Eighteenth-Century Explanations of the Aurora Borealis, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 291
Edward E. DAUB, Atomism and Thermodynamics, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 293
James L. LARSON, Linnaeus and the Natural Method, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 304
David C. LINDBERG, Alhazen's Theory of Vision and its Reception in the West, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 321
Alexander VUCINICH, Mendeleev's Views on Science and Society, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 342
Charles B. SCHMITT, Experimental Evidence for and against a Void: The Sixteenth-Century Arguments, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 352
Roy A. RAUSCHENBERG, Daniel Carl Solander, the Naturalist on the Endeavour Voyage, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 367
Rhoda RAPPAPORT, Lavoisier's Geologic Activities, 1763-1792, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 375
Derek J. de Solla PRICE, A Guide to Graduate Study and Research in the History of Science and Medicine, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 385
F.E. TRELOAR, Ritual Objects Illustrating Indian Alchemy and Tantric Religious Practice, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 396
Gerald L. GEISON, Did Conon of Samos transmit Babylonian Observations?, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 398
Stillman DRAKE, A Seventeenth-Century Malthusian, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 401
A. Rupert HALL; Richard S. WESTFALL, Did Hooke concede to Newton? Comment and Reply, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 402
Zdenek KOPAL, H.G.J. Moseley (1887-1915), in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 405
   Book Reviews, p. 409
John L. HEILBRON, The Kossel-Sommerfeld Theory and the Ring Atom, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 451
Saburo MIYASITA, A Link in the Westward Transmission of Chinese Anatomy in the Later Middle Ages, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 486
Pearl KIBRE, Giovanni Garzoni of Bologna (1419-1505), Professor of Medicine and Defender of Astrology, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 504
Joy B. EASTON, The Early Editions of Robert Recorde's Ground of Artes, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 515
Frederick SCOTT; Herman SHAPIRO, Jean Buridan's De motibus animalium, in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 533
Conway ZIRKLE, The Death of Gaius Plinius Secundus (23-79 A.D.), in: Isis 58, 1967, p. 553
   Book Reviews, p. 561
   Ninety-second Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and its Cultural Influences (to 1 January 1967), in: Isis 58, 1967 [separately paginated]

Isis 59, 1968
Curtis WILSON, Kepler's Derivation of the Elliptical Path, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 5
Patsy A. GERSTNER, James Hutton's Theory of the Earth and his Theory of Matter, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 26
Robert H. HEWSEN, Science in Seventh-Century Armenia: Ananias of Sirak, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 32
D.J. LOVELL, Herschel's Dilemma in the Interpretation of Thermal Radiation, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 46
Yehuda ELKANA; June GOODFIELD, Harvey and the Problem of the "Capillaries", in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 61
David F. LARDER, The Editions of Cardanus' De rerum veritate, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 74
Peter J. VORZIMMER, Darwin and Mendel: The Historical Connection, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 77
B.L. van der WAERDEN, Eupalinos and his Tunnel, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 82
Joachim THIELE, Briefe Robert H. Lowies an Ernst Mach, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 84
P.J. BICKNELL, Did Anaxagoras observe a Sunspot in 467 B.C.?, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 87
Paul FORMAN; J.J.O. PALGEN; Asger AABOE, Comments on: "Astrophysics of Berossos the Chaldean" with a Reply by Stephen TOULMIN, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 91
   Book Reviews, p. 99
L.L. LAUDAN, The Vis viva Controversy, a Post-Mortem, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 131
Frank W. IKLÉ, Sir Aurel Stein. A Victorian Geographer in the Tracks of Alexander, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 144
Paul FORMAN, The Doublet Riddle and Atomic Physics circa 1924, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 156
Frank N. EGERTON III, Ancient Sources for Animal Demography, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 175
John POTTAGE, The Vitruvian Value of Pi, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 190
George D. FULFORD, Pouring Holy Oil on Troubled Waters, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 198
Robert I. WATSON, Recent Developments in the Historiography of American Psychology, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 199
   Book Reviews, p. 207
Robert M. YOUNG, The Functions of the Brain: Gall to Ferrier (1808-1886), in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 251
Claudia KREN, Homocentric Astronomy in the Latin West. The De reprobatione ecentricorum et epiciclorum of Henry of Hesse, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 269
D.H. MELLOR, Models and Analogies in Science: Duhem versus Campbell?, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 282
James F. LARSON, The Species Concept of Linnæus, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 291
A.E. WOODRUFF, The Contributions of Hermann von Helmholtz to Electrodynamics, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 300
John CHRISTIANSON, Tycho Brahe's Cosmology from the Astrologia of 1591, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 312
Eric H. ROBINSON, Éloge: Douglas McKie (15 July 1896-28 August 1967), in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 319
   Book Reviews, p. 329
Kenneth O. MAY, Growth and Quality of the Mathematical Literature, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 363
Philip Howard GRAY, The Early Animal Behaviorists: Prolegomenon to Ethnology, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 372
William A. WALLACE O.P., The Enigma of Domingo de Soto: Uniformiter difformis and Falling Bodies in Late Medieval Physics, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 384
David W. CORSON, Pierre Polinière, Francis Hauksbee and Electroluminescence: A Case of Simultaneous Discovery, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 402
Piero ARIOTTI, Galileo on the Isochrony of the Pendulum, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 414
Daniel J. KEVLES, George Ellery Hale, the First World War and the Advancement of Science in America, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 427
Jean PELSENEER, Centenaire de l'affaire Chasles, in: Isis 59, 1968, p. 438
   Book Reviews, p. 442
John NEU (ed.), Ninety-third Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and its Cultural Influences (to January 1968), in: Isis 59, 1968 [separately paginated]

Isis 60, 1969
Roy M. MACLEOD, Science and Government in Victorian England: Lighthouse Illumination and the Board of Trade, 1866-1886, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 5
Edward GRANT, Medieval and Seventeenth-Century Conceptions of an Infinite Void Space beyond the Cosmos, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 39
Seymour H. MAUSKOPF, The Atomic Structural Theories of Ampère and Gaudin: Molecular Speculation and Avogadro's Hypothesis, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 61
E.J. AITON, Kepler's Second Law of Planetary Motion, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 75
Richard OLSON, The Reception of Boscovich's Ideas in Scotland, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 91
S. SAMBURSKY, The Equivalence of Mass and Energy. An Anticipation by Mendeleev, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 104
   Book Reviews, p. 109
Gerald HOLTON, Einstein, Michelson and the "Crucial" Experiment, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 133
Michael E. HOARE, "All Things Are Queer and Opposite": Scientific Societies in Tasmania in the 1840's, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 198
Rufus SUTER, The Scientific Work of Allesandro Piccolomini, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 210
Marshall CLAGETT, Prosdocimus de Beldomandis and Nicole Oresme's Proof of the Merton Law of Uniformly Difform, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 223
Maurice CROSLAND, The Congress on Definitive Metric Standards, 1798-1799. The First International Scientific Conference?, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 226
Theodore W. JEFFRIES, A Biographical Note on Benjamin Smith Barton (1766-1815), in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 231
Ricardo FERREIRA, Photographs of Moseley, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 233
Arthur H. SCHRYNEMAKERS, Descartes and the Weight-Driven Chain-Clock, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 233
James CROUCH, Query on Coomaraswamy Bibliography, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 236
Albert SILVERSTEIN, Query on the Endrocrinologist in "The Creeping Man", in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 237
   Book Reviews, p. 240
Gerald L. GEISON, The Protoplasmic Theory of Life and the Vitalist-Mechanist Debate, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 273
Russell MCCORMMACH, Henry Cavendish: A Study of Rational Empiricism in Eighteenth-Century Natural Philosophy, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 293
Carroll W. PURSELL Jr., The Farm Chemurgic Council and the United States Department of Agriculture, 1935-1939, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 307
Edward E. DAUB, Probability and Thermodynamics: The Reduction of the Second Law, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 318
Donald SKABELUND; Phillip THOMAS, Walter of Odington's Mathematical Treatment of the Primary Qualities, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 331
John PARASCANDOLA; Aaron IHDE, History of the Pneumatic Trough, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 351
Bernard S. FINN, An Appraisal of the Origins of Franklin's Electrical Theory, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 362
H. Lewis MCKINNEY, Wallace's Earliest Observations on Evolution: 28 December 1845, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 370
Henry GUERLAC, Lavoisier's Draft Memoir of July 1772, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 374
Robert J. MORRIS, Lavoisier on Fire and Air: The Memoir of July 1772, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 374
Marshall CLAGETT, A Note on the Commensurator Falsely Attributed to Regiomontanus, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 383
Paul FORMAN, The Archive of Friedr. Vieweg & Sohn, Braunschweig: Correspondence of Ninteenth-Century Physical Scientists, especially German Chemists, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 384
Paul D. KILBURN, Plants of the Galapagos, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 386
Nathan SIVIN, On the Pao p'u tzu nei p'ien and the Life of Ko Hung, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 388
Roger H. STUEWER, Was Newton's "Wave-particle Duality" Consistent with Newton's Observations?, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 392
   Book Reviews, p. 396
Owsei TEMKIN, Historical Reflections on the Scientist's Virtue, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 427
Cecil J. SCHNEER, Ebenezer Emmons and the Foundations of American Geology, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 439
John MORRIS, Pattern Recognition in Descartes's Automata, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 451
Carl A. ZAPFFE, Gustavus Hinrichs, Precursor of Mendeleev, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 461
Satish C. KAPOOR, The Origins of Laurent's Organic Classification, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 477
Carl B. BOYER, Éloge: William Harris Stahl (1908-1969) [Obituary], in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 528
Joachim THIELE, Karl Pearson, Ernst Mach, John B. Stallo: Briefe aus den Jahren 1897 bis 1904, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 535
E.S. KENNEDY; Walid UKASHAH, The Chancelier Clock of Ibn Yunis, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 543
Morris GORAN, The Proxy Partens of Pioneer Physical Scientists, in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 545
N.L. RABINOVITCH, Comments on "Berossos the Chaldean", in: Isis 60, 1969, p. 547
   Book Reviews, p. 550
John NEU (ed.), Ninety-fourth Critical Bibliography of the History of Science and its Cultural Influences (to January 1969), in: Isis 60, 1969 [separately paginated]

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