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The introductory chapter outlines the concept of seeing scientifically in eighteenth-century Newtonianism. It introduces the significance of topographical poetry, the imagination, and physico-theology for the book’s argument and outlines a definition of analogy and its critical treatment in literature and science. The introduction ends with an overview of subsequent chapters.

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Perception and analogy

Poetry, science, and religion in the eighteenth century


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