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    Allen G. Debus Science, Medicine and Society in the Renaissance: Essays to Honor Walter Pagel, ed. Allen G. Debus, 2 vols. (New York: Science History Publications/London: Heinemann, 1972). Includes an introduction by Allen Debus on the life and work of Walter Pagel, 1: 1-9, and a paper by Allen Debus, “Guintherius, Libavius and Sennert: The Chemical Compromise in Early Modern Medicine, ” 1: 151-165.Google Scholar
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  54. 1973-1.
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  58. 1973-5.
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  59. 1973-6.
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  62. 1973-9.
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    Allen G. Debus Medicine in Seventeenth Century England: The C. D. O’Malley International Symposium, ed. Allen G. Debus (Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London: The University of California Press, 1974). Includes paper by Allen G. Debus, “Paracelsian Medicine: Noah Biggs and the Problem of Medical Reform, ” pp. 33-48.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus Man and Nature in the Renaissance, Cambridge History of Science Series (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1978). Subsequently reprinted in English in 1980, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1991.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus “The Pseudo-Sciences and the History of Science, ” The University of Chicago Library Society Bulletin 3 (1978): 3–20.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus “The Arabic Tradition in the Medical Chemistry of the Scientific Revolution, ” Proceedings of the First International Symposium for the History of Arabic Science, April 5-12, 1976, ed. Ahmad Y. Al-Hassan, Ghada Karmi and Nizar Namnum (Aleppo: Institute for the History of Arabic Science, 1978), 2: 275–290. Reprinted in Essays on Science: Felicitation Volume in Honour of Dr. S. Mahdihassan, ed. Hakim Mohammed Said (Karachi: Hamdard Foundation Press, 1987), pp. 33-50.Google Scholar
  84. 1978-5.
    Allen G. Debus “Victoria’s World: The Sound of the English Music Hall, ” The Hillandale News, no. 105 (December 1978), pp. 149-154.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus Robert Fludd and His Philosophicall Key: Being a Transcription of the Manuscript at Trinity College, Cambridge, with an Introduction by Allen G. Debus, Primary Sources from the Scientific Revolution (New York: Science History Publications, 1979).Google Scholar
  86. 1979-2.
    Allen G. Debus Music of Victor Herbert [Three record boxed set in the Smithsonian American Musical Theater Series: The Smithsonian Collection DPM 30366 R 017A Instrumental Selections; R 017B The Fortune Teller, R 017C Babes in Toyland and Mlle. Modiste; R 017D The Red Mill and Naughty Marietta; R 017E Natoma and Madeleine; 017F Sweethearts]. “Programming and annotation by Allen G. Debus, Original recordings from the collection of Allen G. Debus.” Includes 16-page booklet: Allen G. Debus, The Early Victor Herbert: From the Gay Nineties to the First World War (Washington, D.C.: The Smithsonian Collection, 1979).Google Scholar
  87. 1979-3.
    Allen G. Debus “Science vs. Pseudo-Science: The Persistent Debate, ” The Morris Fishbein Center for the Study of the History of Science and Medicine, Publication No. 1 (1980), vi + 18 pp. Inaugural Lecture as Morris Fishbein Professor of the History of Science and Medicine.Google Scholar
  88. 1979-4.
    Allen G. Debus “Mysticism and the Rise of Modern Science, ” Proceedings of the International Congress of the History and Philosophy of Science, Islamabad 8-13 December 1979, ed. Hakim Mohammed Said (Karachi: Hamdard Foundation Press, n.d. [1983]), pp. 46–61. Reprinted in the Journal of Central Asia 3 (1980): 46-61; and in Studies in History of Medicine 4 (1980): 199-213.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus “Thomas Sherley’s Philosophical Essay (1672): Helmontian Mechanism as the Basis of a New Philosophy, ” Ambix 27 (1980): 124–135.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus Comment on “Pathological Science: Towards a Proper Diagnosis and Remedy” by Ray Hyman in the Zetetic Scholar, no. 6 (July 1980), pp. 50-51. Reprinted in Ray Hyman, The Elusive Quarry: A Scientific Appraisal of Psychical Research (Buffalo: Prometheus Books, 1989), pp. 263-264.Google Scholar
  91. 1981-1.
    Allen G. Debus “The Paracelsians in Eighteenth Century France: A Renaissance Tradition in the Age of the Enlightenment, ” Ambix 28 (1981): 36–54. Modified version printed in Transformation and Tradition in the Sciences: Essays in Honor of I. Bernard Cohen, ed. Everett Mendelsohn (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1984), pp. 193-214.Google Scholar
  92. 1982-1.
    Allen G. Debus L’Uomo e la Natura nel Rinascimento, trans. Amilcare Mantegazza (Milan: Editoriale Jaca Book, 1981). Italian translation of Man and Nature in the Renaissance (see 1978-1).Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus “Scientific Truth and Occult Tradition: The Medical World of Ebenezer Sibley (1751-1799), ” Medical History 26 (1982): 259–278.Google Scholar
  94. 1982-3.
    Allen G. Debus “Key to Two Worlds: Robert Fludd’s Weather-Glass, ” Annali dell’Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza di Firenze 8 (1982): 109–144. Invited article for the Festschrift issue honoring Maria Righini Bonelli.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus “The History of Science Today, ” Memórias da Academia das Ciências de Lisboa: Classe de Ciências 25 (1983): 89–111.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus “Walter Pagel (1898-1983), ” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 57 (1983): 611–615.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus Science and History: A Chemist’s Appraisal (Coimbra: Edição do Serviço de Documentação e Publicações da Universidade de Coimbra Subsidiado pela Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, 1984). The fourth lecture of this volume, “The Scientific Revolution: A Chemist’s Reappraisal,” was translated into Chinese and published in Zirankexue Zhexuewenti [Problems in Natural Science and Philosophy] 1 (1987): 57-63.Google Scholar
  98. 1984-2.
    Allen G. Debus “History with a Purpose: The Fate of Paracelsus, ” Pharmacy in History 26 (1984): 83–96. Inaugural Lecture at the International Congress for the History of Pharmacy, 22 September 1982, Washington, D.C.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus “Chemistry and the Quest for a Material Spirit of Life in the Seventeenth Century, ” Spiritus: IVe Colloquio internazionale del Lessico intellettuale Europeo, Roma, 7-9 gennaio 1983, ed. M. Fattori and M. Bianchi (Rome: Edizioni dell’Ateneo, 1984), pp. 245–263.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus “Walter Pagel, M.D.-12 November 1898-25 March 1983,” The British Journal for the History of Science 17 (1984): 83–84.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus “Walter Pagel, 1898-1983, ” Archives internationales d’Histoire des Sciences 33 (1983, published 1984): 333-334.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus “John Webster (1610-1682), ” Biographical Dictionary of British Radicals in the Seventeenth Century, ed. Richard L. Greaves and Robert Zaller, 3 vols. (Brighton: Harvester Press, Ltd., 1981–1984), 3: 297–299.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus El Hombre y la Naturaleza en el Renacimiento, trans. Sergio Lugo Rendon (Mexico City: Fondo de Cultura Economica, 1985). Spanish translation of Man and Nature in the Renaissance (see 1978-1). Reprinted Mexico City, 1986.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus “The Significance of Chemical History, ” Ambix 32 (1985): 1–14.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus Runesansu no shizenkan: Riseishugi to shinpishugi no soukoku [The View of Nature in the Renaissance: Conflict Between Rationalism and Mysticism], trans. Shuntaro Ito and Mariko Hashimoto (Tokyo: Saiensu-Sha Co., Ltd., 1986). Japanese translation of Man and Nature in the Renaissance (see 1978-1).Google Scholar
  106. 1986-2.
    Allen G. Debus “The Role of Chemistry in the Scientific Revolution, ” Lias: Sources and Documents Relating to the Early Modern History of Ideas 13 (1986): 139–150. Paper presented at the honorary degree ceremony at the Catholic University of Louvain, 14 November 1985.Google Scholar
  107. 1986-3.
    Allen G. Debus “Chemistry and Iatrochemistry in Early Eighteenth-Century Portugal: A Spanish Connection, ” in Historia e Desenvolvimento da Ciência em Portugal: I Colóquio—até ao Sécolo XX. Lisboa, 15 a 19 Abril de 1985, 2 vols. (Lisboa: Academia das Ciências de Lisboa, 1986), 2: 1245–1262.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus “The History of Science Today, ” Technologia 9 (1986): 133–146. Slightly altered version of second Coimbra lecture (see 1984-1) presented in Brussels 12 November 1985. Includes abstracts in English, French, and Dutch.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus “Chemistry and the Universities in the Seventeenth Century, ” Academiae Analecta: Klasse der Wetenschappen 48 (1986): 13–33. Paper presented at the Catholic University of Louvain, 13 November 1985. Reprinted in Estudos Avançadas [Brazil] 4 (1990): 173-196.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus “Dr. Allen G. Debus: Collector of Pioneer Recording Artists.” Interview by Michael G. Corenthal published in his book, The Iconography of Recorded Sound, 1886-1986 (Milwaukee: Yesterday’s Memories, 1986), pp. 110–121.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus Chemistry, Alchemy and the New Philosophy, 1550-1700 (London: Variorum Reprints, 1987). Collection of previously published papers (1961-1, 1962-3, 1964-4, 1964-5, 1967-4, 1968-6, 1972-3, 1973-7, 1974-2, 1979-3, 1981-1, 1982-3, 1984-3).Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus “Myth, Allegory and Scientific Truth: An Alchemical Tradition in the Period of the Scientific Revolution, ” Nouvelles de la Republique des Lettres, Part 1 (1987): 13–35.Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus “The Paracelsian Chemical Philosophy, ” in Science and Culture in the Western Tradition: Sources and Interpretations, ed. John G. Burke (Scottsdale, Arizona: Gorsuch Scarisbrick, Publishers, 1987), pp. 55–57. Extract from Man and Nature in the Renaissance (see 1978-1).Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus Wenyi fuxing shiqi di ren yu ziran, trans. Liu Yuan and Wu Zhong (Hangzhou Provincial Press, 1988). Chinese translation of Man and Nature in the Renaissance (see 1978-1).Google Scholar
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    Allen G. Debus Hermeticism and the Renaissance: Intellectual History and the Occult in Early Modern Europe, ed. Ingrid Merkel and Allen G. Debus (Washington, D.C.: The Folger Shakespeare Library/London and Toronto: Associated University Presses, 1988). Includes “Introduction” by the editors, pp. 7-13, and Allen G. Debus, “Alchemy in an Age of Reason: The Chemical Philosophers in Early Eighteenth Century France, ” pp. 231-250.Google Scholar
  116. 1988-3.
    Allen G. Debus “The ‘Geber’ Tradition in Western Alchemy and Chemistiy, ” Journal of the History of Arabic Science 8 (1984; printed 1988): 3-29.Google Scholar
  117. 1988-4.
    Allen G. Debus “The Chemical Philosophy and the Scientific Revolution, ” in Revolutions in Science: Their Meaning and Relevance, ed. William R. Shea (Canton, Mass.: Science History Publications, 1988), pp. 27–48.Google Scholar
  118. 1988-5.
    Allen G. Debus “The 1987 Dexter Address: Quantification and Medical Motivation: Factors in the Interpretation of Early Modern Chemistry, ” Bulletin for the History of Chemistry: Division of the History of Chemistry of the American Chemical Society 1 (1988): 4–5. Condensed version of Address presented 1 September 1987.Google Scholar
  119. 1989-1.
    Allen G. Debus Brian Rust and Allen G. Debus, The Complete Entertainment Discography From 1897 to 1942, 2d ed. (New York: Da Capo Press, 1989). A greatly expanded revision of 1973-1.Google Scholar
  120. 1989-2.
    Allen G. Debus “Quantification and Medical Motivation: Factors in the Interpretation of Early Modern Chemistry, ” Pharmacy in History 31 (1989): 3–11. Complete text of the Dexter Award Address presented at the ACS meeting in New Orleans 1 September 1987 (for an earlier condensed version of the address, see above 1988-5). Reprinted in the Journal of Central China Normal University (Natural Sciences) 23 (1989): 137-148 (with summary in Chinese).Google Scholar
  121. 1989-3.
    Allen G. Debus “Islamic Scientific History: Where to Next?” Bulletin of Islamic Medicine, 3, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Islamic Medicine, Istanbul, 18 September to 2 October 1984, ed. Ali Al-Saif, Ahmed Ragai El-Gindy, and Hakeem Mohammed Zahooral Hasan (Kuwait: n.p, 1989), pp. 51-57.Google Scholar
  122. 1990-1.
    Allen G. Debus “Iatrochemistry and the Chemical Revolution, ” in Alchemy Revisited: Proceedings of the International Conference on the History of Alchemy at the University of Groningen 17-19 April 1989, ed. Z. R. W. M. van Martels (Leiden/New York/-Copenhagen/Cologne: E. J. Brill, 1990), pp. 51–66.Google Scholar
  123. 1990-2.
    Allen G. Debus “The English Music Hall Performer and American Vaudeville, ” The Hillandale News, no. 176 (October 1990), pp. 99-111.Google Scholar
  124. 1991-1.
    Allen G. Debus The French Paracelsians: The Chemical Challenge to Medical and Scientific Tradition in Early Modern France (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991).Google Scholar
  125. 1991-2.
    Allen G. Debus “Drugstore Cabaret: Reflections of Pharmacy in Popular Music”—descriptive notes by Allen G. Debus (Madison: American Institute of the History of Pharmacy, 1991). Thirty-two page booklet printed to accompany cassette tape by Max Morath introduced at the annual meeting of the American Pharmaceutical Association, New Orleans, 9-12 March 1991.Google Scholar
  126. 1991-3.
    Allen G. Debus “A Cienca e as Humanidades: A Função renovadora da Indação histórica, ” Revista da Sociedade brasileira de História da Ciencia, No. 5 (Janeiro-Junho 1991): 3-13.Google Scholar
  127. 1991-4.
    Allen G. Debus “Allen G. Debus: Devolta à Revolução quimica, ” Ciência Hoje 12 (1991): 60–66. Entrevista concendida a Carlos A. L. Figueiras e Roberto Barros de Carvalho.Google Scholar
  128. 1991-5.
    Allen G. Debus “A Longa Revolução qímica, ” Ciência Hoje 13 (1991): 34–43. Given at the University of Campinas, Brazil, 28 August 1990, based on 1990-1.Google Scholar
  129. 1991-6.
    Allen G. Debus “Afterword: Alchemy and the History of Science, ” Cauda Pavonis, n.s. 10(1) (1991): 13–14. Commentary presented at session on Renaissance Hermeticism at Modern Language Association meeting, Chicago, December 1990.Google Scholar
  130. 1992-1.
    Allen G. Debus “La Chimica nell prima Etá moderna, ” in Storia della Scienza, vol. 3, Natura e Vita, ed. Ferdinando Abbri and Renato Mazzolini (Milan: Elemond Editori Associati, 1992; reprinted Turin: Giulio Einaudi Editori, 1993), pp. 428-477.Google Scholar
  131. 1992-2.
    Allen G. Debus “Alchemy and Iatrochemistry: Persistent Traditions in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, ” Química nova 15 (1992): 262–268. Paper presented at Ribeirão Preto, Brazil, 22 August 1991.Google Scholar
  132. 1992-3.
    Allen G. Debus “History of Chemistry: Key to Modern Science, ” Atti del IV Convegno nazionali di Storia e Fondamenti della Chimica: Venezia, 7-9 novembre 1991, estratto dal “Rendiconti della Accademia nazionali dell Scienze detta dei XL, ” Memorie di Scienze fisiche e naturali, ser. V, 16/2 (1992): 117–131.Google Scholar
  133. 1992-4.
    Allen G. Debus “The Chemical World View in the Twentieth Century, ” História e Desenvolvimento da Ciência em Portugal no Séc. XX: Lisboa, 13 a 17 de novembro de 1989, 3 vols. (Lisboa: Publicações do II Centenário da Academia das Ciêcias de Lisboa, 1993), 3: 1393–1402.Google Scholar
  134. 1992-5.
    Allen G. Debus “Science and History: The Birth of a New Field” and “The Scientific Revolution: A Chemist’s Reappraisal” [Lectures 1 and 4 from Science and History: A Chemist’s Appraisal (1984-1)], in Science, Pseudo-Science, and Utopianism in Early Modern Thought, ed. Stephen McKnight (Columbia, Mo., and London: University of Missouri Press, 1992), pp. 1–36, 37-54. Texts slightly altered from first edition.Google Scholar
  135. 1993-1.
    Allen G. Debus “Paracelsus and the Medical Revolution of the Renaissance: A Five-Hundredth Anniversary Celebration, ” in Paracelsus, Five Hundred Years: Three American Exhibits (Bethesda, Md.: Friends of the National Library of Medicine, Inc., for the Hahnemann University Library, the National Library of Medicine, and the Washington University School of Medicine, 1993). Descriptive booklet and paper (16 pp.) prepared for these exhibits. Currently I have in press a Japanese translation of The Chemical Philosophy (1977-1) to be published by Heibonsha Ltd. (Tokyo) in 1996. Man and Nature in the Renaissance (1978-1) is being tranlated in to Greek by the Crete University Press. Four lectures on “Paracelsus and the Paracelsian Tradition” that were given at the Istituto italiano per gli Studi Filosofici in Naples in 1990 are currently being translated into Italian for publication in 1996 as a monograph. “Chemical Medicine in Early Modern Europe” has been prepared for a three-volume history of medicine being edited by Mirko D. Grmek and Bernardino Fantini. A number of papers dealing with Paracelsus and the chemical philosophy, delivered to audiences in Leiden, Glasgow, Ouro Preto and São Paulo (Brazil), and Coibra and Lisbon (Portugal), are currently in press. I have begun a major project tentatively titled “Chemistry and Medical Debate: 1650-1750.”Google Scholar

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