By Robert Hugh Kargon
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In 1646, Hobbes explained certain o f his views in an optical draught Undoubtedly, as Brandt maintains, most o f Hobbes’ thought was sut generis. Th e notion o f ‘ ayres and spirits’ was probably, however, drawn dedicated to William Cavendish, recently elevated to Marquis o f Newcastle. from Bacon, as was also the idea that local motion is beat. It is possible also, by Hobbes for what may be the first time. ^ German natural philosopher, describing the latest developments in H obbes’ In an obvions reference to Descartes, he denigrated the idea that exten évolution.
Mechanical other; tMs is the manner in which the lodestone attracts iron. The Th e mechanical philosophy o f Hobbes is the subject o f a long and excel is made swifter and more abundant, and hence is drawn towards the in England o f atomism and the lent investigation by Frithiof Brandt. ^ Brandt’s treatise, originally pub- species o f the lodestone commingles with the species o f iron. ^ W ith the ‘ littie treatise’ Hobbes took his first important steps away translation, is an extended search into the origins, development, and mean- from scholasticism.
512-13. , I, I, I, I, 445-6. 476-7. 302. 513. 6o Thom as H ohhes and the M echanical Phiîosophy Hobbes’ mechanisms, including gravity, beat, and cold. The simplicity Thom as H ohhes and the M echanical Phiîosophy 61 In an attempt to exorcise ail occult qualifies from natural phiîosophy, and elegance o f the aether mechanisms probably caused Hobbes to abandon Hobbes wished to be rid o f the vague notion o f incorporeal spirit as cause. the vacuum and effluvia, the latter being components o f a theory which is admittedly more cumbersome and complex.
Atomism in England from Hariot to Newton by Robert Hugh Kargon