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Medical, scientific and philosophical articles on Browne

  • Ashworth, William B., 'Natural History and the Emblematic World View' in David C. Lindberg and Robert S. Westman (eds), Reappraisals of the Scientific Revolution (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1990), pp.303-331
  • Chalmers, Gordon, 'Sir Thomas Browne, True Scientist' Osiris, 2 (1936) 28-79
  • Chalmers, Gordon, "'That Universal and Publick Manuscript'." Virginia Quarterly Review 26:3 (1950): 414-30. 
  • Chalmers, Gordon, 'Hieroglyphs and Sir Thomas Browne', Virginia Quarterly Review, 11 (1935) 547-60
  • Howell, Almonte C., 'Sir Thomas Browne and Seventeenth Century Scientific Thought', Studies in Philology, 20 (1925) 61-80 
  • Huntley, Frank, 'Sir Thomas Browne’s Leyden Thesis' TLS 8 May 1953, p.301
  • Huntley, Frank, 'Sir Thomas Browne, M.D., William Harvey and the Metaphor of the Circle', Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 25 (1951) 236-47
  • Huntley, Frank L. "Sir Thomas Browne and the Metaphor of the Circle." Journal of the History of Ideas 14 (1953): 353-64.
  • Killeen, Kevin, 'Duckweed and the Word of God: Seminal principles and the forms of reproduction in Thomas Browne' in Kevin Killeen and Peter Forshaw (eds), Biblical Exegesis and the Emergence of Science in the Early Modern Era (Palgrave, 2006)
  • King, Jmes Roy, 'Sir Thomas Browne: Scientific Data and Mystical Experience' in Sixteenth-Century Writers (Athens, Ohio, 1966)
  • Löffler, Arno, 'The Problem of Memoria and Virtuoso Sensibility in Sir Thomas Browne's The Garden of Cyrus', Erfurt Electronic Studies in English (1997:1)
  • Löffler, Arno, Sir Thomas Browne als Virtuoso: Bie Bedeutung der Gelehrsamkeit für sein literarisches Alterswerk (Nuremberg, 1972)
  • Loiseau, J, 'Sir Thomas Browne écrivain 'métaphysique'', Revue anglo-américan, 10 (1933), 358-98
  • Luyendijk-Elshout, A.M., 'Thomas Browne and the study of Anatomy at Leiden' in Sir Thomas Browne M.D. and the Anatomy of Man (Leiden, Brill, 1982)
  • Mazzolini, Renato Giuseppe, 'A greater division of mankind is made by the skynne: Thomas Browne e il colore della pelle dei neri', Micrologus 13 (2005), 571-604, Numero monografico dal tit.: La pelle umana.
  • Merton, Egon Stephen, 'Old and New Physiology in Sir Thomas Browne: Digestion and Some Other Functions', Isis, 57 (1966) 249-59 
  • Merton, Egon Stephen, 'Sir Thomas Browne as Zoologist', Osiris, 9 (1950)
  • Merton, Egon Stephen, 'Sir Thomas Browne on Astronomy', History of Ideas News Letter, 5 (1958) 83-6 
  • Merton, Egon Stephen, 'Sir Thomas Browne’s Embryological Theory', Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 5 (1950) 416-21
  • Merton, Egon Stephen, 'Sir Thomas Browne’s Interpretation of Dreams', Philological Quarterly, 28 (1949) 497-503
  • Merton, Egon Stephen, 'Sir Thomas Browne’s Scientific Quest', Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 3 (1948) 214-28
  • Merton, Egon Stephen, 'Sir Thomas Browne’s Theories of Respiration and Combustion', Osiris, 10 (1952) 206-23
  • Merton, Egon Stephen, 'The Botany of Sir Thomas Browne', Isis, 47 (1956) 161-71
  • Merton, Egon Stephen, Science and Imagination in Sir Thomas Browne (New York, King’s Crown Press, 1949)
  • Needham, Joseph, 'Sir Thomas Browne and the Beginning of Chemical Embryology' in A History of Embryology (Cambridge, 1934), pp.110-12
  • Dunn, Peter W. "Sir Thomas Browne (1605-1682) and Life before Birth." Archives of Disease in Childhood 70, no. 1 (January 1994): f.75.
  • Howell, A. C. "A Doctor Looks at Religion." University of North Carolina Extension Bulletin 34, no. 2 (November 1954): 45-69.
  • Martens, P. "The Faiths of Two Doctors: Thomas Browne and William Osler." Perspectives on Biological Medicine 36, no. 1 (Autumn, 1992): 120-28.
  • Mermann, A. C. "Metaphysics for the Physician: The Legacy of Sir Thomas Browne." Humane Medicine 11, no. 3 (August 1995): 114
  • Singer, Thomas C., 'Hieroglyphs, Real Characters and the Idea of a Natural Language in English Seventeenth-Century Thought', Journal of the History of Ideas, 50 (1989) 49-70
  • Yost, George, 'Sir Thomas Browne and Aristotle', in Studies in Sir Thomas Browne ed. R.R. Cawley and G. Yost (Eugene, Oregon, 1965) pp. 104-66