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I’ve Reviewed Olivier Darrigol’s excellent book on Bolzman for The British Journal for the History of Science. BJHS Homepage. Citation: Tattersall, Mason, Review of Darrigol, Olivier, Atoms, Mechanics, and Probability: Ludwig Boltzmann’s Statistico-Mechanical Writings — An Exegesis. (Oxford: Oxford University … Continue reading
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
My article “Faust’s Dog: Kierkegaard, Despair & The Chimera of Meaning” appears in the new edition of Eras. Click here for the journal’s website.
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
David Luft’s translations of Hugo von Hofmannsthal’s essays & addresses is available now from Purdue University Press. I worked as Dr. Luft’s research assistant on this project, editing translations, providing additional background research, and translating Petrarch; I also compiled the … Continue reading
My article on the hermeneutic corpus of the sixteenth century Spanish mystic and poet St John of the Cross is available in Vol. XIX of Existentia. Visit the journal’s homepage HERE.