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Swedenborg, Emanuel Scientific and Philosophical Treaties, 1716-1740. Book Description London : The Swedenborg Society, 1990. ISBN 13: 9780915221684. Scientific and Philosophical Treaties, 1716-1740. ISBN 10: 0915221683 ISBN 13: 9780915221684. These contained articles on chemistry, geology, physics, cosmology, anatomy, physiology, psychology and philosophy.
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Swedenborg’s Scientific Writings. Emanuel Swedenborg was in his fifties when he entered his visionary period. He spent his youth learning from some of the top scientists of Europe, and in his early adulthood he worked for Sweden’s Board of Mines, helping to make improvements to Sweden’s mining technology while pursuing his own studies in mathematics, astronomy, and other areas. In 1716, Swedenborg established Sweden’s first scientific journal, Daedalus Hyperboreus.
Emanuel Swedenborg (/ˈswiːdənbɔːrɡ/, Swedish: (listen); born Emanuel Swedberg; 8 February 1688 – 29 March 1772) was a Swedish n theologian, scientist, philosopher and mystic. He is best known for. He is best known for his book on the afterlife, Heaven and Hell (1758). Swedenborg had a prolific career as an inventor and scientist.
Emanuel Swedenborg, Swedish scientist, Christian mystic, philosopher, and theologian who wrote voluminously in interpreting the Scriptures as the immediate word of God. Soon after his death, devoted followers created. Soon after his death, devoted followers created Swedenborgian societies dedicated to the study of his thought. But when he set out for a third European journey in 1733, it became obvious that these years had been filled with reading and reflection in addition to his ordinary work as a civil servant
SWEDENBORG, EMANUEL(b Stockholm, Sweden, 29 January 1688; d. .Always manifold in his scientific ambitions Swedenborg during this period wrote many short articles on his observations and theories.
SWEDENBORG, EMANUEL(b Stockholm, Sweden, 29 January 1688; d. London, England, 29 March 1772)technology, geology, cosmogony, physiology, theology. Swedenborg’s career is one of the most remarkable in the history of science. Swedenborg returned to Sweden via Paris and Germany, and in 1716 was appointed extraordinary assessor on the Board of Mines.
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SWEDENBORG, or Svedberg, Emanuel (1688-1772), was born at.Gradually his inquiring and philosophical mind led him to wider studies than those of his profession.
SWEDENBORG, or Svedberg, Emanuel (1688-1772), was born at Stockholm January 29, 1688. His father, Dr Jesper Svedberg, subsequently professor of theology at Upsala and bishop of Skara, was a pious, learned, and a brave man, who did not escape the charge of heterodoxy, and believed himself to be in constant intercourse with angels. From 1716 to 1718 he published a scientific periodical, called Dædalus Hyperboreus, a record of mechanical and mathematical inventions and discoveries.
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