Tag Archives: History and Philosophy of Science

“Strange Tales from the Useen World”: History of Science Society Annual Conference 2018

I’m delivering a paper at the 2018 annual meeting of the History of Science Society in November. It’s in the “Scientific And Religious Communities In Victorian Britain, And After” panel. Details follow: “Strange Tales from the Unseen World: A Confluence … Continue reading

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BJHS Review

I’ve reviewed Dennis Danielson’s lovely book Paradise Lost and the Cosmological Revolution for the March 2016 edition of the British Journal for the History of Science. BJHS Homepage. Citation: Tattersall, Mason, Review of Danielson, Dennis, Paradise Lost & the Cosmological … Continue reading

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Decadence, Degeneration, & The End

My chapter, “Thermal Degeneration: Thermodynamics & the Heat-Death of the Universe in Victorian Science, Philosophy, & Culture” leads off this new book from Palgrave. Many thanks to the excellent editors Marja Härmänmaa and Christopher Nissen! Visit the Palgrave page for … Continue reading

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Some Book Reviews

For Metapsychology: Tattersall, Mason, Review of Kosman, Aryeh, The Activity of Being: An Essay on Aristotle’s Ontology (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2013) for Metapsychology Vol. 17, No. 50 (2013). LINK Tattersall, Mason, Review of Hanson, Jeffrey, Kierkegaard as Phenomenologist: An … Continue reading

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