Author:Walter Charleton

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Walter Charleton

English physician, philosopher, and naturalist

Walter Charleton


  • The darknes of atheism dispelled by the light of nature. A physico-theologicall treatise (1652) (external scan)
  • Physiologia Epicuro-Gassendo-Charltoniana: or a fabrick of science natural, upon the hypothesis of atoms (1654) (external scan)
  • The immortality of the human soul, demonstrated by the light of Nature. In two dialogues (1657) (transcription project)
  • Natural history of nutrition, life, and voluntary motion : containing all the new discoveries of anatomist's, and most probable opinions of physicians, concerning the oeconomie of human nature ; methodically delivered in exercitations physico-anatomical (1659) (transcription project)
  • Exercitationes pathologicae, in quibus morborum penè omnium natura, generatio, & caussae, ex nouis anatomicorum inventis sedulò inquiruntur (1661)
  • Chorea Gigantum (1663)
  • Onomasticon zoicon, plerorumque animalium differentias & nomina propria pluribus linguis exponens. Cui accedunt Mantissa anatomica; et quaedam De variis fossilium generibus. (1668)
  • A brief discourse concerning the different wits of men written at the request of a gentleman, eminent in virtue, learning, fortune, in the year 1664, and now published with consent of the author (1669)
  • De scorbuto liber singularis (1672)
  • Exercitationes de differentiis & nominibus animalium. Quibus accedunt Mantissa anatomica et quaedam De variis fossilium generibus, deque differentiis & nominibus colorum (1677)
  • Enquiries into human nature : in VI anatomic praelections, in the new theatre of the Royal College of Physicians in London (1680)
  • Three anatomic lectures, : concerning 1. the motion of the bloud through the veins and arteries; 2. the organic structure of the heart; 3. the efficient causes of the hearts pulsation (1683) (external scan)
  • Natural history of the passions (1701)

Works about Charleton[edit]

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