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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
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 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.