Fostering a new approach to the study of the history of natural philosophy this series aims to expand the discussion on natural philosophy cross-culturally and comparatively by focusing on the philosophical reasoning about nature developed particularly, but not exclusively, in three main cultural settings: Europe, the Middle East, and China. One of the main focal points of Global Perspectives on the History of Natural Philosophy is the interplay between philosophical and scientific concepts, stances, and problems arising from the premodern consideration of nature, broadly considered.

Accordingly, the series provides a cutting-edge framework in which natural philosophy can be considered from new philosophically meaningful angles. Acknowledging the historical interweaving of philosophy and science of nature, the series publishes monographs and edited volumes dealing with the history of natural philosophy from three methodological perspectives: philosophical analysis, historical reconstruction, and comparative studies. Submitted manuscripts may either examine authors and issues from a specific philosophical tradition or engage comparatively with patterns and problems shared by different cultural settings.

Global Perspectives on the History of Natural Philosophy (GPHNP) is published by Routledge.

Yael Kedar
Tel Hai College

Cecilia Panti
University of Rome “Tor Vergata”

Nicola Polloni
KU Leuven

Véronique Decaix
University of Paris

Shixiang Jin
USTB Beijing

Andreas Lammer
Radboud University

Matteo Martelli
University of Bologna

Cecilia Trifogli
University of Oxford

Linwei Wang
Wuhan University

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