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Samuel Hartlib and Universal Reformation

Studies in Intellectual Communication

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • British & Irish history: c 1500 to c 1700,
  • Western philosophy, c 1600 to c 1800,
  • c 1700 to c 1800,
  • c 1800 to c 1900,
  • Western Europe - General,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • British Isles,
  • Europe,
  • Europe - Great Britain - General,
  • Hartlib, Samuel, --d. 1662,
  • Hartlib, Samuel,--d. 1662,
  • History / Europe / Western,
  • History / Great Britain,
  • History-Europe - Great Britain - General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMark Greengrass (Editor), Michael Leslie (Editor), Timothy Raylor (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages392
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7744043M
    ISBN 100521520118
    ISBN 109780521520119
    OCLC/WorldCa49551054

    Samuel Hartlib and Universal Reformation: Studies in Intellectual Communication Samuel Hartlib: a Sketch of His Life and His Relations to J. A. Comenius A biographical memoir of Samuel Hartlib, Milton's familiar friend; with bibliographical notices of works published by him; and a reprint of his pamphlet, entitled "An invention of engines of. Samuel Hartlib (c–62) was a Prussian who first came to England in the mids, when his initial contacts were with the University of from Germany, where the upheavals of the Thirty Years War (–48) made intellectual activity precarious, he made his home in England from the s, settling first in Chichester, where the academy which he established soon failed.

      Mark Greengrass is Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Sheffield and coeditor of Samuel Hartlib and Universal Reformation Studies in Intellectual Communication to be published by Cambridge University Press in June Samuel Hartlib and universal reformation: studies in intellectual communication By Peter Elmer Topics: Book Reviews.

    Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Timothy Raylor books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Samuel Hartlib and Universal Reformation: Studies in Intellectual Communication. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ; paperback edition Co-editor (with Mark Greengrass and Michael Leslie) Culture and Cultivation in Early Modern England: Writing and the Land. Leicester: Leicester University Press, ; paperback edition,


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Samuel Hartlib was a key figure in the intellectual revolution of the seventeenth century. Originally from Elbing, in Prussig, Hartlib settled permanently in England from the late s until his death in His aspirations formed a distinctive and influential strand in English intellectual life during those revolutionary decades.

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Originally from Elbing, in Prussig, Hartlib settled permanently. Samuel Hartlib, (born c.Elbing, Prussia—died MaLondon), English educational and agricultural reformer and a tireless advocate of universal education. After attending the University of Cambridge, Hartlib settled in England () and associated himself with the educational philosopher John Dury, sharing his ideas on the necessity for the unity of the Protestant churches.

The main aim of Samuel Hartlib was to provide an advancement of learning finalized to the amelioration of the material conditions of men and the pursuit of a religious peace, i.e., the unification. Samuel Hartlib (c. –) The intelligencer Samuel Hartlib, who according to John Dury deserved to ‘bee sette uppe as a conduit pipe of things communicable’, 1 came from mercantile stock: his father was a German merchant, and his maternal grandfather was the head of the English trading company in Elbing on the southern shores of the Baltic.

Samuel Hartlib was a key figure in the intellectual revolution of the seventeenth century. Originally from Elbing, in Prussig, Hartlib settled permanently in England from the late s until his death in Michael Leslie has 16 books on Goodreads with 38 ratings.

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[Mark Greengrass; Michael Leslie; Timothy Raylor; University of Sheffield. Hartlib Papers Project.;] -- In the intellectual change that took place in the seventeenth century, the role of Samuel Hartlib was of immense significance.

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Comenius" See other formats. Between Renaissance, Reformation, and universal reform (Oxford, ). Mark Greengrass, ‘Samuel Hartlib and the Commonwealth of Learning’, in John Barnard, et al., eds, The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain, iv (Cambridge, ).

Peter Harrison, The Fall of Man and the Foundations of Science (Cambridge, ). Samuel Hartlib or Hartlieb (c. – 10 March ) was a polymath of German origin who settled, married and died in England. He was an active promoter and expert writer in many fields, interested in science, medicine, agriculture, politics, and education.

83 Hartlib was granted a parliamentary fund of £ in Mar.two months before the first publication on the Office. He also was to receive an annuity of about £, but the payment proved irregular. Commons journal, v, p. ; Webster, Charles, Samuel Hartlib and the advancement of learning (Cambridge, ), p.

Samuel Hartlib and universal reformation: studies in intellectual communication (Book) A biographical memoir of Samuel Hartlib, Milton's familiar friend; with bibliographical notices of works published by him; and a reprint of his pamphlet, entitled "An invention of engines of motion.".

Samuel Hartlib (c. –62) was of mercantile stock: his father was a German merchant, and his maternal grandfather was the head of the English trading company in Elbing on the southern shores of the Baltic.

After the Swedish invasion undermined Elbing’s commercial position in the late s, Hartlib fled war-torn central Europe to England, where he became one of the most active reformers.

Strasser, Gerhard. Closed and open languages: Samuel Hartlib’s involvement with cryptology and universal languages. In Samuel Hartlib and universal reformation: Studies in intellectual communication, ed. Greengrass, Michael Leslie, and Timothy Raylor, – Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Hartlib circle, but also to the historiography of post-Reformation culture and burgeoning studies of trust and credibility in the history of science and technology.

‘33420owe wee are pullinge downe of suche monopolies’, the Kentish parliamen-tarian Cheney Culpeper wrote excitedly to Samuel Hartlib in.Author of Louis XIV, Samuel Hartlib and universal reformation, France in the age of Henri IV, Governing Passions, Conquest and coalescence, The virtual representation of the past, Living with religious diversity in early modern Europe, Cultural atlas of the Renaissance.Samuel Hartlib and Universal Reformation Samuel Hartlib was a key figure in the intellectual revolution of the seventeenth century.

Originally from Elbing, in Prussig, Hartlib settled permanently in England from the late s until his death in