Index
Adorno, Theodor, 10
Advancement
0/
Learning
(Bacon), 37,
92, II8-II9
Althusser, Louis, 8, 67,184
"America" (van der Straet), 75, 83-
86, 188, 190,205 n.29, 206 n.31
Anatomy.
See
Body; Vesalius, Andreas
Archaeology
0/
Knowledge
(Foucault),
I I
Areopagitica
(Milton), 145
Aristotle, 49,53,153,157,169
Armour, Peter, 166
Armstrong, Nancy, 140
Astronomy.
See
Galilei, Galileo; Hy-
pothesis, Copernican; Telescope
Bachelard, Gaston, 123, 180
Bacon, Francis, 56, 69, 86, 94,124,
15 1, 167,168,186;Advancemento/
Learning,
37,92, II8-II9;
Essays,
92, II7, 210 n.22;
Great lnstaura-
tion,
34,43,92,97-98, 117;
New
Atlantis,
6-7, 57-58,63,69,91,
95-120,121,138,149,173,208
n.7;
Sylva Sylvarum,
I
19
Baer, Nicolas Reymer, 50
Bartmann, Saartje, 60
Basilikon Doron
(James I), IIO
Baudrillard, Jean, 19
Bellarmine, Robert, Cardinal, 41,
157,
165
Belsey, Catherine, 133
Binary oppositions, 9, 148-149, 164.
See also
Fact and fiction; Modernity,
alterity and; Taxonomies
Body, as object of study, 19-20, 2
I,
43,87-90, 124,133-137,186;
object-formation and, 5, 9. 38-39,
56,66,81,89,123,124-125;
subject-formation and disembodi-
ment, 5,21,22-24,39,40-41,
58,122-124,127-128,13°,139,
18o. See also
Gender, science and;
Laqueur, Thomas; Vesalius,
Andreas
Briefe and True Report
0/
the New Found
Land o/Virginia,
A (Harriot and de
Bry), 5, 13,24-29,39,81, 100,
141
Brown, Paul, 72, 74
Bryson, Norman, 19-20
Cabinets of curiosities, 43-46, 199
n·46
Canguilhem, Georges, 10
Catholic church, 31, 33, 39-40, 103,
125,132,145,165
Cicero, 30, 3
I,
53
Clifford,James,63
Colonialism, early modern, 1,6,94-
95; colonialist discourse, 4, 9,28,
47,57,64,81,100,173, 187-
189; Mundus Alter et Idem
and, 86-
89; New Atlantis
and, 95-103;
II2-II5;
Paradise Lost
and, 140-
146; science and, 2, 24,47,55-56,
58,59-60,63-64,7°,75,81,83,
149,
180-181;Tem~tand,6,7I-
72,74-75,78-80; van der Straet
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