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  • Abbri Ferdinando, Il lato eterodosso di ogni questione: Joseph Priestley e la «Ecclesiastical History», Le ragioni degli altri. Dissidenza religiosa e filosofia nell’età moderna, a cura di Mariangela Priarolo e Emanuela Scribano, Venezia, Edizioni Ca’ Foscari, 2017, p. 193-211.

  • Anderson Wilda C., Between the Library and the Laboratory. The Language of Chemistry in Eighteenth-century France, Baltimore – London, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1984.

B
  • Blumenthal Geoffrey, Priestley’s views on the composition of water and related airs, «Foundations of Chemistry», 21 (2019), p. 147-178.

  • Boantza Victor D., Gal Ofer, The ‘absolute existence’ of phlogiston: the losing party’s point of view, «British Journal for the History of Science», 44 (September 2011), p. 317-342.

  • Boantza Victor D., Matter and Method in the Long Chemical Revolution, Farnham, Ashgate, 2013.

  • Braithwaite Helen, Romanticism, Publishing and Dissent. Joseph Johnson and the Cause of Liberty, Houndmill, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.

  • Brooke John, Joining Natural Philosophy to Christianity: the Case of Joseph Priestley, in Heterodoxy in Early Modern Science and Religion, edited by John Brooke and Ian Maclean, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2005, p. 319-336.

C
  • Canovan Margaret, The Irony of History. Priestley’s Rational Theology, «The Price-Priestley Newsletter», 4 (1980), p. 16-25.

  • Chang Hasok, Is Water H2O? Evidence, Realism and Pluralism, Dordrecht, Springer, 2012.

  • Clay Richard, Riotous images: representations of Joseph Priestley in British prints during the French Revolution, «History of Education», 37 (July 2008), p. 585-603.

  • Cobbett William, Observations on the Emigration of Dr. Priestley, Philadelphia, printed, New York, re-printed, 1794 (anonimo).

D
  • Joseph Priestley and Birmingham, edited by Malcolm Dick, Studley, Brewin Books, 2005.

  • Ditchfield Grayson M., The Priestley Riots in Historical Perspective, «Unitarian Historical Society. Transactions», 20 (1991/1994), p. 3-16.

E
  • Eshet Dan, Rereading Priestley: Science at the Intersection of Theology and Politics, «History of Science», 39 (2001), p. 127-159.

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  • Fruchtmann Jr. Jack, The Apocalyptic Politics of Richard Price and Joseph Priestley: a Study in Late Eighteenth-Century English Republican Millenialism, «Transactions of the American Philosophical Society», New. Ser., 73, n. 4 (1983), p. 1-125.

G
  • Golinski Jan, Science as Public Culture. Chemistry and Enlightenment in Britain, 1760-1820, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1992.

H
  • Joseph Priestley. Scientist, Theologian, and Metaphysician, edited by Hiebert Erwin N., Ihde Aaron Joh, Schofield Robert E., Lewisburg, Bucknell University Press, 1980.

K
  • Kingston Elizabeth Sarah, ‘The Language of the Naked Facts’. Joseph Priestley on language and revealed religion, DPhil Intellectual History, Thesis, Falmer, University of Sussex, 2010.

M
  • McCann H. Gilman, Chemistry Transformed: The Paradigmatic Shift from Phlogiston to Oxygen, Norwood NJ, Ablex Publishing Corporation, 1978.

  • McEvoy John G., McGuire J. Edward, God and Nature: Priestley’s Way of Rational Dissent, «Historical Studies in the physical sciences », 6, (1975), p. 325-404.

  • McEvoy John G., Joseph Priestley “Aerial Philosopher”: Metaphysics and Methodology in Priestley’s Chemical Thought from 1762 to 1781, «Ambix», 25 (1978), p. 1-54; p. 93-116; p. 153-175.

  • McEvoy John G., Joseph Priestley “Aerial Philosopher”: Metaphysics and Methodology in Priestley’s Chemical Thought from 1772 to 1781, «Ambix», 26 (1979), p. 16-38.

  • McEvoy John G., Enlightenment and Dissent in Science: Joseph Priestley and the Limits of Theoretical Reasoning, «Enlightenment and Dissent», 2 (1983), p. 47-67.

  • McEvoy John G., Joseph Priestley and the Chemical Revolution: A Thematic Overview, in Motion toward Perfection: The Achievement of Joseph Priestley, edited by A. Truman Schwartz and John G. McEvoy, Boston, Skinner House Books, 1990, p. 129-158.

  • McEvoy John G., The Historiography of the Chemical Revolution: Patterns of Interpretation in the History of Science, London, Pickering & Chatto, 2010.

  • Mills Simon, Joseph Priestley and the Intellectual Culture of Rational Dissent, 1752-1796, A thesis submitted of the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, University of London, 2009.

  • Money John, Joseph Priestley in Cultural Context: Philosophic Spectacle, Popular Belief and Popular Politics in Eighteenth-century Birmingham. Part One, «Enlightenment and Dissent», 7 (1988), p. 57-81.

  • Money John, Joseph Priestley in Cultural Context: Philosophic Spectacle, Popular Belief and Popular Politics in Eighteenth-century Birmingham. Part Two, «Enlightenment and Dissent», 8 (1989), p. 69-89.

  • Mortimer Sarah, Reason and Religion in the English Revolution. The Challenge of Socinianism, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2010.

  • Musgrave Alan, Why did Oxygen supplant Phlogiston? Research Programmes in the Chemical Revolution, in Method and Appraisal in the Physical Sciences, edited by Colin Howson, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1976, p. 181-209.

P
  • Papp Desiderio, Babini José, Aldo Mieli Panorama General de Historia de la Ciencia. VIII El Siglo del Iluminismo, Buenos Aires, Espasa-Calpe Argentina, S.A., 1955.

  • Priestley Joseph, The History and Present State of Electricity with original Experiments, London, Dosley, Johnson and Davenport, 1767.

  • Priestley Joseph, Experiments and Observations on different Kinds of Air, London, Printed for J. Johnson, 1774.

  • Priestley Joseph, A Free Address to Protestant Dissenters, on the Subject of the Lord’s Supper, London, Printed for J. Johnson, 1774, (third edition).

  • Priestley Joseph, Letters to a Philosophical Unbeliever. Part I, Bath, Printed by R. Cruttwell, 1780.

  • Priestley Joseph, Experiments and Observations relating to various Branches of Natural Philosophy, The Second Volume, Birmingham, printed by Pearson and Rollason, 1781.

  • Priestley Joseph, An History of the Corruptions of Christianity, Birmingham, Printed by Piercy and Jones for Johnson, 1782, 2 voll.

  • Priestley Joseph, Experiments and Observations relating to various Branches of Natural Philosophy, Vol. III, Birmingham, printed by Pearson and Rollason, 1786.

  • Priestley Joseph, Familiar Letters Addressed to the Inhabitants of Birmingham, in Refutation of Several Charges against The Dissenters by the Rev. Mr. Madan, Rector of St. Philip’s, Birmingham, printed by J. Thompson, 1790.

  • Priestley Joseph, Experiments and Observations on different kinds of Air, and other branches of Natural Philosophy connected with the subject, Vol. I, Birmingham, printed by Thomas Pearson, 1790.

  • Priestley Joseph, An Appeal to the Public on the Subject of the Riots of Birmingham, Birmingham, Printed by J. Thompson, 1791.

  • Priestley Joseph, Experiments on the Generation of Air From Water to which are prefixed Experiments relating to the decomposition of Dephlogisticated and Inflammable Air, London, Printed for J. Johnson, 1793.

  • Priestley Joseph, Heads of Lectures on a Course of Experimental Philosophy particularly Including Chemistry, London, printed for J. Johnson, 1794.

  • Priestley Joseph, Discourses on the Evidence of Revealed Religion, London, printed for J. Johnson, 1794.

  • Priestley Joseph, Considerations on the Doctrine of Phlogiston, and the Decomposition of Water, Philadelphia, Printed by Thomas Dobson, 1796.

  • Priestley Joseph, Considerations on the Doctrine of Phlogiston, and The Decomposition of Water, London, reprinted by J. Johnson, 1796.

  • Priestley Joseph, Experiments and Observations relating to the Analysis of Atmospherical Air, London, reprinted for J. Johnson, 1796.

  • Priestley Joseph, Discourses Relating to The Evidences of Revealed Religion. Vol. II, Philadelphia, Printed by Thomas Dobson, 1797.

  • Priestley Joseph, An Outline of the Evidences of the Revealed Religion, Philadelphia, printed by T. Dobson, 1797.

  • Priestley Joseph, Observations on the Doctrine of Phlogiston and the Decomposition of Water. Part II, Philadelphia, printed by Thomas Dobson, 1797.

  • Priestley Joseph, Réflexions sur la doctrine du phlogistique et la decomposition de l’eau. Ouvrage traduit de l’Anglais, et suivie d’une réponse par P.A. Adet, Paris, Chez Guillaume Libraire, An VI de la République.

  • Priestley Joseph, Letters to the Inhabitants of Northumberland and its Neighbourhood on Subjects interesting to the Author and to them, Northumberland, Printed for the Author by Andrew Kennedy, 1799, 2 voll.

  • Priestley Joseph, The Doctrine of Phlogiston established, and that of Composition of Water refuted, Northumberland, Printed by A. Kennedy, 1800.

  • Priestley Joseph, Miscellaneous Observations relating to the Doctrine of Air, «The Medical Repository», 5 (1802), p. 264-267.

  • Priestley Joseph, The Originality and Superior Excellence of the Mosaic Institutions Demonstrated, Northumberland, Printed by Andrew Kennedy, 1803.

  • Priestley Joseph, The Doctrine of Phlogiston established, and that of Composition of Water refuted. The Second Edition with Addition, Northumberland, Printed by A. Kennedy, 1803.

R
  • Rivers Isabel, Wykes David L. (ed.), Joseph Priestley, Scientist, Philosopher, and Theologian, edited by Isabel Rivers and David L. Wykes, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2008.

S
  • Schaffer Simon, Priestley’s Questions: An Historiographic Survey, «History of Science», 22 (1984), p. 151-183.

  • A Scientific Autobiography of Joseph Priestley (1733-1804). Selected Scientific Correspondence Edited With Commentary by R. E. Schofield, Cambridge Mass., The M.I.T. Press, 1966.

  • Schofield Robert E., The Enlightenment of Joseph Priestley, University Park Pennsylvania, The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1977.

  • Schofield Robert E., The Enlightened Joseph Priestley, University Park Pennsylvania, The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2004.

  • Salatowsky Sascha, Die Philosophie der Sozinianer. Transformationen zwischen Renaissance-Aristotelismus und Frühaufklärung, Stuttgart-Bad Canstatt, Fromann-Holzboog, 2015.

T
  • Taranto Pascal, Joseph Priestley: matière et esprit au siècle des lumières, Paris, H. Champion, 2020.

W
  • Wunderlich Falk, Priestley on materialism and the essence of God, «Intellectual History Review», 30 (2020), p. 49-64.