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  1. From Personality to Party: The Creation and Transmission of Hutchinsonianism, C. 1725–1750.Nigel Aston - 2004 - Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 35 (3):625-644.
    This paper represents a provisional attempt to chart the intellectual construction of Hutchinsonianism over approximately a quarter of a century from the mid-1720s through to the early 1750s. It looks at how Hutchinson’s works were received and fashioned by his first followers, the means they used to communicate their conviction to others, and the extent to which their outlook can be characterised as anti-Newtonian. The paper argues for a slow take up of ‘Hutchinsonian’ views before Spearman and Bate published a (...)
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