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The main article for this category is Natural philosophers.

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Abu'l-Barakāt al-Baghdādī

Albertus Magnus

Alessandro Piccolomini

Alhazen

Anaximander

Andreas Röschlaub

Aristotle

Arnold Boate

Avempace

Bartholomaeus of Bruges

Bryan Higgins

Cesare Cremonini (philosopher)

David J. C. MacKay

David of Dinant

Edmond Pourchot

Empedocles

Francis Wollaston (philosopher)

Franz Aepinus

Franz Xaver Zippe

Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling

Gaetano da Thiene (philosopher)

Galileo Galilei

Gerard Boate

Giordano Bruno

Giuseppa Barbapiccola

Henricus Reneri

Heraclitus

Herbert Dingle

Immanuel Kant

Isaac Newton

Isabelle Stengers

Jean Buridan

Jean Hyacinthe de Magellan

Jean-Baptiste Robinet

Jean-Baptiste de Mirabaud

Johann Chrysostom Magnenus

Johann Wilhelm Ritter

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Johannes Kepler

Johannes Magirus

John Hennon

John Shand

John Wilkins

Karl Christian Friedrich Krause

Louise-Anastasia Serment

Luigi Ferdinando Marsili

Marcantonio Zimara

Mathurin Jacques Brisson

Matthias Qualle

Novalis

Oliva Sabuco

Paracelsus

Petrus de Ibernia

René Descartes

Richard Laughton

Robert Hooke

Robert Payne (natural philosopher)

Robert Symmer

Robinson Jeffers

Roger Bacon

Tarquinia Molza

Walter Burley

William Derham

Witelo

Xenophanes

Zhang Cang

    

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Scientific American

Scientific American
Thu, 12 Feb 2015 06:18:42 -0800

In the Dutch countryside, a tall, older man, dressed in a maroon sports coat, his back slightly stooped, stands out because of his height and a pair of extraordinarily bushy eyebrows. His words, inflected by a British accent, are directed at a middle ...

Forbes

Forbes
Thu, 23 Jul 2015 03:07:30 -0700

... other life sustaining external force. This was the case for a very long time. So long, in fact, that humans didn't really transition away from this worldview until the enlightenment. That's when the natural philosophers move truth inward ...

First Things

First Things
Wed, 22 Jul 2015 18:07:30 -0700

... and there seems to me no reason to doubt either the general scientific understanding of our animal nature or the general philosophical understanding of the same we have inherited from Aristotle, Aquinas, and other natural philosophers who have ...

Budapest Business Journal

Budapest Business Journal
Sun, 19 Jul 2015 23:56:15 -0700

Early ethnologists and natural philosophers debated whether indigenous peoples were hairless “by nature,” or whether they repeatedly removed all visible hair. But their evaluations of the result were uniform: They used terms like “deficient ...

New York Times

New York Times
Thu, 25 Jun 2015 10:48:45 -0700

“He used a camera obscura much as the natural philosophers used it: to experiment with light, to investigate and discover its optical properties,” she writes. Possibly he did. Or not. The problem is that we lack documentation of Vermeer's techniques ...

h+ Magazine

h+ Magazine
Tue, 31 Mar 2015 12:23:39 -0700

Of course, natural philosophy was the name by which science went before it became a field of inquiry independent of philosophy itself. Descartes, Galileo, Newton and even Darwin thought of themselves as natural philosophers (the word scientist, in fact ...
 
Washington Post
Fri, 29 May 2015 10:03:45 -0700

That big things might be made of smaller ones is not a new idea — natural philosophers proposed the existence of atoms some 2,500 years ago — and not necessarily high-tech. Smith's sculptures will look agreeably familiar to anyone who grew up with ...

New York Times

New York Times
Mon, 16 Mar 2015 13:45:25 -0700

He likes to think that his pursuits capture the spirit of 19th-century natural philosophers, who did not separate beauty, form, mathematics and science into different domains. Classical physics is experiencing a renaissance, he said, “because of the ...
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