Брук Дж. Х.
Профессиональные интересы: Религия и наука, Философия, Естествознание
Конфессии: Христианство

Краткая биографическая справка:

Британский историк науки, специалист поистории взаимоотношений науки и религии.

Получил образование в школе короля Эдуарда VI и колледже Фитцвильяма в Кембридже.

1967-1968 – член колледжа Фитцвильяма.

1968-1969 – преподаватель университетаСассекса.

1969-1999 – преподаватель университетаЛанкастера (прошел путь от лектора до профессора истории науки).

1989-1993 – редактор Британского журналапо истории науки.

1995-1996 – читал Гиффордовские лекции вуниверситете Глазго.

1996-1998 – президент Британскогообщества по истории науки

1999-2006 – профессор науки и религииОксфордского университета, руководитель центра по науке и религии Яна Рамсея.

С 2006 президент форума по науке ирелигии http://www.srforum.org

С 2007 член Харрис-Манчестер колледжа, ипочетный член Даремского университета.

В настоящее время президент международногообщества по науке и религии (ISSR)

Дж. Х. Брук выступал с лекциями во многих университетах Америки,Европы, Австралии и Дальнего Востока.

Библиография работ автора: Хедли Брук «Наука и религия. Некоторые исторические перспективы», М., 2003.
Библиография работ автора на языке оригинала:

Heterodoxy in Early Modern Science and Religion (ed. with Ian Maclean), Oxford : Oxford University Press,2005, 373pp. ISBN 0-19-926897-5   
Religious Values and the Rise of Science in Europe 
(ed.with E. Ihsanoglu ), Istanbul : Research Centre for Islamic History, Art andCulture, 2005, 258pp. ISBN 92-9063-140-6 

Science in Theistic Contexts: cognitive dimensions (ed. with M. Osler and J. Van der Meer), Chicago :University of Chicago Press , 2001, 376pp. ISBN 0-226-07564-8 

Reconstructing Nature: the engagement of science and religion. The Gifford Lectures, Glasgow 1995/6, jointly authored withGeoffrey Cantor. T&T Clark: Edinburgh, 1998, 367 pp. 

Thinking About Matter: studies in the history of chemical philosophy. Variorum, 1995, 300 pp. 

Science and Religion: some historical perspectives . (CUP, 1991) 422 pp. [Awarded the Watson Davis Prize bythe American History of Science Society, 1992; and the John Templeton Prize forOutstanding Books in Science & Religion, 1995.] Chinese, Russian, Japaneseand Portuguese editions pending.

Thecrisis of evolution (MiltonKeynes: Open University, 1974), 126 pp., including an essay by Sir AlanRichardson. 

New interactions between theology and natural science (Milton Keynes: OpenUniversity, 1974), 88 pp. including an essay by R. Hooykaas. 

Towards a mechanistic philosophy (Milton Keynes: OpenUniversity, 1974), 96 pp. including an essay by D.C. Goodman.

‘Physical & Organic chemistry from Dalton to Mendeleev', in P. Corsi(ed.), Storia delle scienze , vol. 4., (Turin: GuilioEinaudi, 1993) 48-97. 
‘New perspectives on the history of organic chemistry', in C.A. Russell (ed.),
 Recent Developments in the Historyof Chemistry (London:Royal Society of Chemistry, 1985), 97-152. 

‘Davy's chemicaloutlook: the acid test', in S.Forgan (ed.), Scienceand the Sons of Genius: studies on Humphry Davy (London: Science Reviews Ltd.,1980), 121-75. 
‘Natural theology and the plurality of worlds: observations on theBrewster-Whewell debate',
 Annalsof Science , 34(1997), 221-86. 
‘Chlorine substitution and the future of organic chemistry',
 Studies in History and Philosophyof Science , 4(1973), 47-94.

Главы в книгах

‘Science and the Self: What Difference Did Darwin Make?', in The Evolution of Rationality:Interdisciplinary Essays in Honor of J Wentzel Van Huyssteen (ed. F.Leron Shults), GrandRapids , Michigan : Eerdmans, 2006, 253-73. ISBN 10: 0-8028-2789-6. 

‘Contributions from the History of Science and Religion', in
 The Oxford Handbook of Religion andScience(ed. Philip Clayton), Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2006,293-310. ISBN 13: 978-0-19-927927-2 

‘Joining Natural Philosophy to Christianity: The Case of Joseph Priestley', in
 Heterodoxy in Early Modern Scienceand Religion (eds.John Brooke and Ian Maclean), Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2005, 319-36.ISBN 0-19-926897-5 

‘Learning from the Past', in
 God,Humanity and the Cosmos (ed.Christopher Southgate), London : T & T Clark, 2005, 63-81. ISBN 0567041441 

' Concluding Reflections', in
 Scienceand Beliefs: From Natural Philosophy to Natural Science, 1700-1900(eds.David Knight and Matthew Eddy), Aldershot : Ashgate Publishing, 2005, 251-60.ISBN 0-7546-3996-7 

‘ Darwin , Design, and the Unification of Nature', in
 Science, Religion, and the HumanExperience (ed. JamesD. Proctor), New York : Oxford University Press, 2005, 165-83. ISBN0-19-517532-8 

‘The Search for Extra-terrestrial Life: Historical and TheologicalPerspectives', in
 Actas doForum Internacional: Ciencia, Religiao e Consciencia (ed. Joaquim Fernandes), Porto: Universidad Fernando Pessoa, 2004/5, 271-86. 

‘Science and Dissent: Some Historiographical Issues', in
 Science and Dissent in England 1688-1945 (ed. Paul Wood), Aldershot :Ashgate Publishing, 2004, 19-37. ISBN 0-7546-3718-2 

‘Can Science Dispense with Religion?' in
 CanScience Dispense with Religion? (ed.Mehdi Golshani), Tehran , Iran : Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies,2004, 43-53. 

‘Natural Theology', in
 The Oxford Companion to the History ofModern Science (ed.John Heilbron), Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2003, 563-5. 

‘Science and Religion', in
 The Cambridge History of Science Vol.4Eighteenth-Century Science (ed.Roy Porter), Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2003, 741-61. ISBN0-521-572243-6 

‘Darwin and Victorian Christianity', in
 The Cambridge Companion to Darwin (ed. Gregory Radick andJonathan Hodge), Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2003, 192-213. ISBN0-521-77197-8 

‘Improvable Nature?', in
 IsNature Ever Evil?: Religion, Science and Value (ed. Willem Drees), London :Routledge, 2003, 149-69. ISBN 0-415-29060-0 

‘Detracting from Divine Power? Religious Belief and the Appraisal of NewTechnologies', in
 ReorderingNature: Theology, Society and the New Genetics (ed. Celia Deane-Drummond andBronislaw Szerszynski), London : T & T Clark, 2003, 43-64. ISBN0-567-08896-0 

‘Scienza, Segni e Premonizioni', in
 Measureand the Infinite: Science, Faith, Experience (ed. Vincenzo Augelli and VitoAngiuli), Bari : Edizioni Giuseppe Laterza, 2003, 169-76. 

‘The Changing Relations between Science & Religion', in H. Reagan and M.Worthing
 (eds.),InterdisciplinaryPerspectives on Cosmology and Biological Evolution , Adelaide : AustralianTheological Forum, 2002, 3-18.

‘ReligiousBelief and the Content of the Sciences', in Sciencein Theistic Contexts: Cognitive Dimensions(ed. John H Brooke, M. Osler andJ. Van der Meer), Chicago : University of Chicago Press , 2001, 376pp., 3-28.ISBN 0-226-07564-8 

‘Science and Secularization', in L. Woodhead (ed.)
 Reshaping Religion: Innovation andPluralization in the Nineteenth Century (NewYork: Gordon and Breach). In press. 

‘The Study of Chemical Textbooks', in B. Bensaude-Vincent and A. Lundgren(eds.),
 CommunicatingChemistry (EuropeanScience Foundation. In press. 

‘Chemistry', in G. Ferngren (ed.),
 TheHistory of Science and Religion in Western Tradition (Garland). In press.

‘NaturalTheology', in G. Ferngren (ed.), TheHistory of Science and Religion in Western Tradition(Garland). In press.

‘Science andReligion in the Eighteenth Century', in R. Porter (ed.), The Cambridge History of Science(Cambridge:Cambridge University Press), vol. 4. In press.

‘The History ofScience and Religion: some evangelical dimensions', in D. Hart and D.Livingstone (eds.),Evangelicals and Science (Oxford: Oxford UniversityPress, 1999).

‘Foreword', withM. Hunter, in R. Hooykaas, RobertBoyle: a study in science and Christian belief (New York: University Press ofAmerica, 1997), vii – xix.

‘L'Essor d'uneCulture Scientifique', in H. McLeod, S. Mews and C. d'Haussy (eds.), Histoire Réligieuse de laGrande-Bretagne (Paris:Les Editions du Cerf, 1997), 261-85.

‘ReligiousApologetics and the Transmutation of Knowledge: Was a Chemico-Theology Possiblein 18 th and Early-19 th Century Britain?', in J. van der Meer (ed.) Facets of Faith and Science , vol. 4 (New York: UniversityPress of America, 1996), 215-29.

‘ReligiousBelief and the Natural Sciences: mapping the historical landscape', in J. vander Meer (ed.)Facets of Faith and Science , vol. 1 (New York: Universityof Press of America, 1996), 1-26.

‘Like Minds: theGod of Hugh Miller', in Michael Shortland (ed.), Hugh Miller and the Controversiesof Victorian Science (Oxford,Oxford University Press, 1996), 171-86. [This chapter was awarded a TempletonPrize in theology and the natural sciences.]

‘Science andTheology in the Enlightenment', in M. Richardson and W.J. Wildman (eds.), Religion and Science: historymethod dialogue (NewYork and London: Routledge, 1996), 7-27. [This chapter was awarded a TempletonPrize in 1998 for an outstanding contribution in the field of theology and thenatural sciences.]

‘The EarthSciences and their Cultural Implications: The Question of Religious Belief', inD. Branagan and G.H. McNally (eds.), Usefuland Curious Geological Enquiries Beyond the World: Pacific-Asia-HistoricalThemes , Sydney 1994,308-17.

‘Doing down theFrenchies: how much credit should Kekulé have given?' in John H. Wotiz (ed.), The Kekulé Riddle (Vienna, IL; 1993), pp. 59-76.

‘Berzelius, thedualistic hypothesis and the rise of organic chemistry', in T. Frangsmyr and E.Melhado (eds.), EnlightenmentScience in the Romantic Era: the chemistry of Berzelius and its culturalsetting(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992), pp. 180-221.

‘Chemists intheir contexts: some recent trends in historiography', in F. Abbri (ed.), Proceedings of the 3 rd ConvegnoNazionale di Storia e Fondamenti della Chimica , Cosenza, 1991, pp. 9-27. Asynopsis of this chapter was also published in Bulletin of the Société Francaised'histoire des sciences et des techniques , 27 (1990) 11-13.

‘Indications ofa Creator: Whewell as apologist and priest', in M. Fisch and S. Schaffer(eds.), William Whewell: acomposite portrait (Oxford:Clarendon Press, 1991), 149-73.

‘ “A sower wentforth”: Joseph Priestley and the ministry of reform', in A. Truman Schwarz andJ.G. McEvoy (eds.), MotionToward Perfection: the achievement of Joseph Proiestley (Boston: Skinner House, 1990),21-56. This essay was first published in Oxygenand the Conversion of Future Feedstocks ,Proceedings of the 3 rd BOC Priestley Conference (London: Royal Society ofChemistry, 1984), 432-60.

‘Science andreligion', in G. Cantor, J. Christie, J. Hodge and R. Olby (eds.), A Companion to the History ofModern Science (London:Routledge, 1990), 763-82.

‘The superiorityof nature's art? Vitalism, natural theology and the rise of organic chemistry',in Anne Baumer and M. Buttner (eds.), Wissenschaftund Religion (Bochum:Universitätsverlag Dr N. Brockmeyer, 1989), 38-48.

‘The God ofIsaac Newton', in J. Fauvel, R. Flood, M. Shortland, and R. Wilson (eds.), Let Newton Be!(Oxford: OxfordUniversity Press, 1988), 169-83.

‘Why did theEnglish mix their science and their religion?', in S. Rossi (ed.), Science and Imagination in 18 th-century British Culture (Milan:Edizioni Unicopli, 1987), 57-78.

‘JosephPriestley and William Whewell, apologists and historians of science: a tale oftwo stereotypes', in R. Anderson and C. Lawrence (eds.), Science, Medicine and Dissent:Joseph Priestley (London:Wellcome Foundation & Science Museum, 1987), 11-27.

‘The relationsbetween Darwin's science and his religion', in J.R. Durant (ed.), Darwinism and Divinity(Oxford:Blackwell, 1985), 40-75.

‘The naturaltheology of the geologists: some theological strata', in L. Jordanova and R.Porter (eds.), Images of the Earth (Chalfont St. Giles: British Society for theHistory of Science monograph no. 1, 1979), 39-64. Second revised edition, 1997,53-74.

‘The Distinctive Agnosticism of Charles Darwin', Second Spring: InternationalJournal of Faith and Culture8 (2007), 49-54

' “If I wereGod”: Einstein and Religion', Zygon , 41 (2006), 941-54.

‘Darwin and God:Then and Now', HarvardDivinity Bulletin ,Autumn 2006, 76-85.

‘Friends andEnemies: Breaking Down the Dichotomies', ModernBelieving 47 (no.4),2006, 5-16.

‘The Search forExtra-terrestrial Life: Historical and Theological Perspectives', Omega: Indian Journal of Science& Religion 5(no.1), 2006, 6-22. ‘

Darwinism andChristian Belief', Dialogue , 24 April 2005 , 13-17  

‘Ciencia,Religion y Unificacion de la Naturaleza', Pensamiento, 61 (2005), 147-56  

‘Creating theSpace for Science: Strategies for Alleviating Religious Suspicion in theScientific Revolution',Faith and Freedom , 57 (2004), 110-114.

‘Commentary onJohn Polkinghorne's “The person, the soul and genetic engineering”', Journal of Medical Ethics [on line] vol.30, issue no.6(2004).

‘Les Detours deDarwin', La Recherche , Hors Serie no.14 (2004),26-30.

‘Science andReligion: Some Historical Myths', Impactof Science on Society No.4,2002, 40-45 [Published by the Institute for Science and Technology Policy andManagement Science, Chinese Academy of Science].

‘TheWilberforce-Huxley Debate: Why did it happen?', Science & Christian Belief , 13 (2001), 127-141.

‘ReligiousBelief and the Content of the Sciences', in J. Brooke, M. Osler and J. Van derMeer (eds.),Osiris ,16 (2001), 3-28.

‘ “Wise MenNowadays Think Otherwise”: John Ray, natural theology and the meanings ofanthropocentrism', Notes andRecords of the Royal Society ,54 (2000), 199-213.

‘Science andReligion: Lessons from History?', Science, 11 Dec. 1998 , 1985-86.

‘SmallBeginnings in a Disturbed World'. Editorial: BritishJournal for the History of Science ,30 (1997), 1-4.

‘Author's response',Review Symposium dedicated to my book Scienceand Religion, Metascience, 1(1992), 46-52.

‘Natural law inthe Natural Sciences: the origins of modern atheism?', Science and Christian Belief , 4 (1992), 83-103. [This essaywas awarded a Prize by the Templeton Foundation, 1994.]

‘Between Scienceand Theology: the defence of teleology in the interpretation of nature,1820-1876',Proceedings of the 19 th -century working group of the American Academy of Religion , 16 (1990), 80-94. Republishedin the first issue of the Journalfor the History of Modern Theology ,1994, 47-65.

‘The GalileoAffair: teaching AT 17', PhysicsEducation , 25(1990), 197-201.

‘Science and theSecularisation of Knowledge: perspectives on some 18 th -centurytransformations'. Guest Lecture delivered at the inaugural International SummerSchool in History of Science, Bologna 1989, and published in Nuncius: Annali di Storia dellaScienza , 4 (1989),43-65.

‘ScientificThought and its Meaning for Religion: the impact of French science on Britishnatural theology, 1827-1859', Revuede synthèse , 4(1989), 33-59.

‘Science and theFortunes of Natural Theology: some historical perspectives', Zygon , 24 (1989), 3-22.

‘Science &Secularization: some historiographical issues', Proceedings of the Anglo-AmericanConference on History of Science ,Manchester , 1988, 401-8.

‘Methods andMethodology in the Development of Organic Chemistry', Ambix , 34 (1987), 147-55.

‘The Chemistryof the Organic and the Inorganic', Kagakushi (Journal of the JapaneseSociety for the History of Chemistry), 7 (1980), 37-60.

‘Avogadro'sHypothesis and its Fate: a case-study in the failure of case-studies', History of Science , 19 (1981), 235-73.

‘The Meaning ofEvolution for the Christian Tradition', BBC Open University radio programme forA 381: ‘Science & Belief from Darwin to Einstein', 1980.

‘NebularContraction and the Expansion of Naturalism', BritishJournal for the History of Science, 12(1979), 200-11.

‘Richard Owen,William Whewell and the Vestiges', BritishJournal for the History of Science ,10 (1977), 132-45.

‘Laurent,Gerhardt and the Philosophy of Chemistry', in R. McCormmach (ed.), Historical Studies in the PhysicalSciences 6 (1975),405-29.

‘CharlesGerhardt' and ‘Charles Adolphe Wurtz', biographical entries in C.C. Gillispie(ed.), Dictionary ofScientific Biography ,New York : Scribner, 5 (1972) 369-75 and 14 (1976) 529-32, the former incollaboration with Professor M. P. Crosland.

‘OrganicSynthesis and the Unification of Chemistry', BritishJournal for the History of Science ,5 (1971), 363-92.

‘Wohler's Ureaand its Vital Force? – a verdict from the chemists', Ambix 15 (1968), 84-114.

‘A Secular Religion', Nature , 43 ( 6 October 2005 ),815-16.

‘BeyondEverything', Times Literary Supplement , 20 May 2005 , 24.

‘His BrightDesigns?', Times LiterarySupplement , 7February 1997 , 27.

‘Matters of Factand Faith: The Galileo Affair', Journalof the History of Astronomy ,27 (1996), 68-74.

‘Among theSandemanians', London Review of Books , vol. 13 no. 14, 1991, 10-11.

‘ Cambridge inthe Age of Enlightenment', Enlightenmentand Dissent, 9(1990), 125-29.

‘RadicalOverhaul of Evolutionary Science', TimesHigher Education Supplement ,March 23 (1990), 19-21.

‘VictorianScience & Religion', Analytical& Enumerative Bibliography ,new series, 1 (1987), 20-23.

‘SecularTheology', Times HigherEducation Supplement ,July 17 (1987), 22.

‘Photo-finish', London Review of Books, vol. 7 no. 9 (1985), 11-13.

‘Small Itemswith Big Implications', London Review of Books, vol. 5 no. 22/3 (1983), 22-24.

‘MiddlePositions', London Review of Books , vol. 5 no. 13 (1983), 11-12.

Darwin and God: Then and Now ,Harvard University , February 2006 
Can Scientific Discovery be a Religious Experience? , The Alister HardyMemorial Lecture, Oxford , 4 November 2000 . 2 nd Series Occasional Paper 38,Lampeter: Religious Experience Research Centre, 2003,1-24. 
Revisiting Darwin on Order and Design , Keynote PlenaryLecture, European Society for the Study of Science and Theology, Lyon, 2000, in Design and Disorder: Perspectivesfrom Science and Theology (ed.Niels Gregersen and Ulf Gorman), London: T & T Clark, 2002, 31-52. ISBN0-567-08868-5 
Of Scientists and their Gods ,Oxford University Inaugural Lecture for the Andreas Idreos Chair of Science& Religion, Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2001. ISBN 0-19-951396-1Published in French translation in Scienceset Avenir Hors Serie No 137 Dec2003/Jan 2004 pp 68 – 76 (‘Des scientifiques et de leurs dieux' ) .Science, Religion andthe Unification of Nature ,‘Distinguished Lecture' of the American History of Science Society, Denver ,November 2001. 
The Wilberforce Huxley Debate: why did it happen? , Templeton Lecture, St.Edmund's College, Cambridge . Scienceand Christian Belief ,13 (2001), 127-41; also republished as Farmington Paper no. 15C and discussedon the web at www.st-edmunds.cam.ac.uk/cis 
Does the History of Science Have a Future? , Presidential Address,British Society for the History of Science, BritishJournal for the History of Science ,32 (1999), 1-20. 
Inventing Science: Lancaster 's forgotten sons , Lancaster UniversityInaugural Lecture for Personal Chair in History of Science, 5 March 1997 ,20pp.

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