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The history of nature, in two parts

emblematically express"d in near a hundred folio copper-plates : wherein are also represented all the operations, facultys, and passions of the mind, &c. according to the manner of the most celebrated poets and philosophers
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Printed for D. Browne, W. Mears, and F. Clay ..., W. Taylor, ... A. Johnston, engraver, ... and W. Bray ... , London
Statementdesign"d and engraven by the best artists, with an explanation at large under each figure.
ContributionsKip, Johannes, 1653-1722., Freman, G., Lens, Bernard, 1682-1740., Lens, Bernard, 1659-1725., Gucht, Michael van der, 1660-1725., Browne, Daniel, d. 1762.
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Pagination[1] leaf, [2], 2-87 leaves of plates :
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In The New Nature of History, historian Arthur Marwick attempts to challenge critics of the practice of history. In his view, a network of postmodernists/cultural theorists/Marxists have sought to subvert the objective nature of historical research in favour of theoretical frameworks (Marxism, feminism ect)/5(7).

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