The English Paracelsians
Metadata Show full item record. Citation Fransen, S. Social History of Medicine, 29 4 , Abstract This collected volume is written in honour of Allen G. Debus — , the famous historian of science.
Trained as a chemist, his interest in the history of science and chemistry would guide his research and his output. This resulted in a life-long intellectual relationship and the publication of his first book The English Paracelsians based on his thesis. It forms, in this way, as much a biography of Debus as a useful historiography of his generation of historians in the field of early modern history of alchemy and chemistry.
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The initiator of the volume, Michael T. Walton, was one of the pupils of Debus and sadly died during the process of completion of the volume, and is therefore the second dedicatee. Oswald Croll, Bazilica chymica… London, , plate. Now that Signes of this kind may be delivered from Sepulture, or Interment, I thought it worth while, that with the Characters of other Minerals, devised by Provident Antiquity, to divert the prophane and unworthy from exercising this Noble Art, they should by me for the sake of Hermetick Disciples be communicated together with my former Work to the Spagirick Commonwealth.
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This publishing success was due to the subject matter of the second half of the book, which was devoted to paracelsian remedies. Debus, Allen G.
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