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Hugh Miller and the Controversies of Victorian Science

Michael Shortland

Hugh Miller and the Controversies of Victorian Science

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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Number of Pages411
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Open LibraryOL7400765M
ISBN 100198540531
ISBN 109780198540533

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This newly discovered chapter in. It is rare nowadays to come upon an undeservedly neglected figure from Britain's Victorian age, but Hugh Miller (), the subject of this book, is one example. Admired in his time by such celebrated thinkers as Charles Darwin, Charles Dickens, and Thomas Carlyle, Hugh Miller's many books Pages: In Hugh Miller and the Controversies of Victorian Science, edited by Michael Shortland, pp.

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The final days of Hugh Miller. 04 January Hugh Miller – self-taught geologist and popular writer – was a Victorian celebrity known throughout the UK and beyond. Here James Finlayson looks at his tragic final days and draws a lesson on the importance of separating the roles of doctor and friend THE books of Hugh Miller are well known to.

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Phenomena in the book, and in the book of nature, therefore pointed readers backwards to Creation, forwards to the Kingdom of God, and, in the present, always already upwards. When the function of indicating the divine in reading nature and the book was removed, a crisis ensued for both Victorian literature and science.

HUGH MILLER AND THE CONTROVERSIES OF VICTORIAN SCIENCE. Shortland, Michael (Editor) "This book gathers new essays on the life, work and influence of Hugh Miller (), a significant figure in early Victorian science, journalism and religious debate.".

The book became a classic of popular Victorian science which ran to 26 editions and established Miller's reputation as a serious geologist. At the British Association meeting in Glasgow inMiller’ s work on the Old Red Sandstone was acclaimed by a distinguished gathering of world-renowned geologists.

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