Vol. 11 no. 2

Pendulum Clocks in the Seventeenth Century Philosophy

Invited editor: Filip Buyse

Filip Buyse, Introduction. Galileo, Huygens and the Pendulum Clock: Isochronism and Synchronicity

Kurt Wiesenfeld, Huygens’s Odd Sympathy Recreated

Mohammed Abattouy, The Mathematics of Isochronism in Galileo:From his Manuscript Notes on Motion to the Discorsi

Fabrizio Bigotti, David Taylor, The Pulsilogium of Santorio New Light on Technology and Measurement in Early Modern Medicine

Filip Buyse, Spinoza and Christiaan Huygens: The Odd Philosopher and the Odd Sympathy of Pendulum Clocks

Maxime Rovere, Oscillating Affects: Spinoza’s Models for the Confrontation and Adaptation of Opposite Things

Matteo Favaretti Camposampiero, Leibniz and the Perfection of Clocks

Essay Review

Dana Jalobeanu, Godly Scholar: The Making of Isaac Newton

Book reviews

Lucie Čermáková, The Colourful World of Naturalia Drawings

Takaharu Oda, The Uncertainty of the Global Earth in the History of Progress

Grigore Vida, Mathematical Practitioners, Mixed Mathematics and Natural Philosophy in Early Modern Europe

Review of special issue

Cristian Bențe, The Role of Gardens in the Development of Early Modern Thought