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Harrison, Peter (2011) Adam Smith and the history of the invisible hand. Journal of the History of Ideas, 72 1: 29-49. 305 1 2 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Harrison, Peter (2011). Adam Smith, natural theology, and the natural sciences. In Paul Oslington (Ed.), Adam Smith as Theologian (pp. 77-91) New York: Routledge. 47 2
Harrison, Peter (2011). Adam Smith, natural theology, and the natural sciences. In Paul Oslington (Ed.), Adam Smith as theologian (pp. 77-91) New York, United States: Routledge. 45 3
Harrison, Peter (1993) Animal souls, metempsychosis, and theodicy in seventeenth-century English thought. Journal of the History of Philosophy, 31 4: 519-544. 14  
Harrison, Peter (2010) A scientific Buddhism?. Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science, 45 4: 861-869. 59 3 2 Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Harrison, Peter (1995) British Views on Religion and Religions in the Age of William and Mary: A Response to David A. Pailin. Method and Theory in the Study of Religion, 7 2: 273-281. 5  
Harrison, Peter (1986) Correlation and Theology: Barth and Tillich Re-examined. Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses, 15 1: 65-76. 8  
Harrison, Peter (2001) Curiosity, Forbidden Knowledge, and the Reformation of Natural Philosophy in Early-Modern England. Isis, 92 2: 265-290. 5   18 Cited 17 times in Scopus17
Harrison, Peter (1992) Descartes on animals. Philosophical Quarterly, 42 167: 219-227. 10   21
Harrison, Peter (2004). Design. In Jonathan Dewald (Ed.), Europe 1450-1789: Encyclopedia of the Early Modern World (pp. II, 132-134) New York: Simon and Schuster. 4  
Harrison, Peter (2006). Disjoining wisdom and knowledge : Science, theology, and the making of western modernity. In Hubert Meisinger, Willem B. Drees and Zbigniew Liana (Ed.), Wisdom or knowledge? : Science, theology and cultural dynamics (pp. 51-72) London: T & T Clark International. 16  
Harrison, Peter and Lindberg, David C. (2011). Early Christianity. In John Hedley Brooke and Ronald L. Numbers (Ed.), Science and religion around the world (pp. 67-91) Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. 58 2
Harrison, Peter (2012). Early modern science and the idea of moral progress. In Donald A. Yerxa (Ed.), British abolitionism and the question of moral progress in history (pp. 139-153) Columbia, SC, United States: University of South Carolina Press. 39 5
Harrison, Peter (2004). Enthusiasm. In Jonathan Dewald (Ed.), Europe 1450-1789: Encyclopedia of the early modern world (pp. 308-310) New York, NY, United States: Scribners. 7  
Harrison, Peter (2011) Experimental religion and experimental science in early modern England. Intellectual History Review, 21 4 Article No.623882: 413-433. 11   Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Harrison, Peter (2005) “Fill the earth and subdue it”: Biblical warrants for colonization in seventeenth century England. Journal of Religious History, 29 1: 3-24. 18   7 Cited 6 times in Scopus6
Harrison, Peter (2002) Fixing the meaning of scripture: The renaissance bible and the origins of modernity. Concilium, 294 : 102-110. 3  
Harrison, Peter (2012) Francis Bacon, natural philosophy and the cultivation of the mind. Perspectives on Science, 20 2: 139-158. 17 1 Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Harrison, Peter (1996) God and Animal Minds. Sophia, 35 2: 67-78. 8  
Harrison, Peter (2006). Having dominion : Genesis and the mastery of nature. In R. J. Berry (Ed.), Environmental stewardship : Critical perspectives, past and present (pp. 17-31) London: T & T Clark International. 14  
Harrison, Peter (2009). Herbert Butterfield and the scientific revolution : Reassessing the Butterfield thesis. In Donald A. Yerxa (Ed.), Recent Themes in the History of Science and Religion (pp. 65-72) Columbia, S.C.: University of South Carolina Press. 21  
Harrison, Peter (2009). Hermeneutics and natural knowledge in the reformers. In Jitse M. van der Meer, Scott Mandelbrote and Wim Janse (Ed.), Nature and Scripture in the Abrahamic religions: Up to 1700 (pp. 341-362) Leiden, Netherlands: Koninklijke Brill. 25  
Harrison, Peter (2011). Introduction. In Wrestling with nature: From omens to science (pp. 1-7) Chicago, IL, United States: University of Chicago Press. 20 2
Harrison, Peter (1986) Karl Barth and the non-Christian religions. Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 23 : 207-224. 12  
Harrison, Peter (2012). Laws of nature, moral order and the intelligibility of the cosmos. In Donald York, Owen Gingerich and Shuang-Nan Zhang (Ed.), The astronomy revolution: 400 years of exploring the cosmos (pp. 375-386) Boca Raton, FL, United States: CRC Press. 64 4
Harrison, Peter (2009) Linnaeus as a second Adam? Taxonomy and the religious vocation. Zygon, 44 4: 879-893. 22   0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Harrison, Peter (2006) Miracles, early modern science, and rational religion. Church History, 75 3: 493-510. 13   5 Cited 3 times in Scopus3
Harrison, Peter (2007) Moral progress and early modern science. Historically Speaking, 9 1: 13-14. 19 1
Harrison, Peter (2004). Morgan, Thomas (d 1743). In Oxford dictionary of national biography (pp. 147-149) Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. 11  
Harrison, Peter (2011). Natural history. In Wrestling with nature: From omens to science (pp. 117-148) Chicago, IL, United States: University of Chicago Press. 35 4
Harrison, Peter (2007). Natural theology, deism, and early modern science. In Arri Eisen and Gary Laderman (Ed.), Science, religion, and society : An encyclopedia of history, culture, and controversy (pp. 426-440) New York , NY, U.S.A.: M E Sharpe. 16  
Harrison, Peter (1995) Newtonian Science, Miracles, and the Laws of Nature. Journal of the History of Ideas, 56 : 531-553. 7  
Harrison, Peter (2004). Noah’s flood and the Western imagination. In Paul Thom (Ed.), Flood: Essays across the current (pp. 1-28) Lismore, NSW, Australia: Southern Cross University Press. 6  
Harrison, Peter (2002) Original sin and the problem of knowledge in early modern Europe. Journal of the History of Ideas, 63 2: 239-259. 5   13 Cited 10 times in Scopus10
Harrison, Peter (2007). Philosophy and the crisis of religion. In James Hankins (Ed.), The Cambridge companion to Renaissance philosophy (pp. 234-249) Cambridge (UK): Cambridge University Press. 15  
Harrison, Peter (2005). Physico-theology and the mixed sciences : The role of theology in early modern natural philosophy. In Peter R. Anstey and John A. Schuster (Ed.), The science of nature in the seventeenth century (pp. 165-183) Dordrecht The Netherlands: Springer. 18  
Harrison, Peter (2004). "Priests of the Most High God, with respect to the book of nature": The vocational identity of the early modern naturalist. In Angus Menuge (Ed.), Reading God's world: The scientific vocation (pp. 55-80) St Louis, MO, United States: Concordia Publishing. 9  
Harrison, Peter (1999) Prophecy, Early-Modern Apologetics, and Hume’s Argument against Miracles. Journal of the History of Ideas, 60 2: 241-257. 3   4 Cited 4 times in Scopus4
Harrison, Peter D. (1999) Prophecy, early modern apologetics, and Hume's argument against miracles. Journal of the History of Ideas, 60 2: 241-257. 17   4 Cited 4 times in Scopus4
Harrison, Peter (1998). Reading the passions: The fall, the passions, and dominion over nature. In Stephen Gaukroger (Ed.), The soft underbelly of reason: The passions in the seventeenth century (pp. 49-78) London, United Kingdom: Routledge. 7  
Harrison, Peter (2007). Reinterpreting nature in early modern Europe : Natural philosophy, biblical exegesis, and the contemplative life. In Kevin Killeen and Peter J. Forshaw (Ed.), The word and the world : Biblical exegesis and early modern science (pp. 25-44) New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 21  
Harrison, Peter (2010) Religion and the early Royal Society. Science and Christian Belief, 22 1: 3-22. 102 15
Harrison, Peter 'Religion' and the Religions in the English Enlightenment 1st ed. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press, 1990. 6  
Harrison, Peter (2008) Religion, the Royal Society, and the rise of science. Theology and Science, 6 3: 255-271. 22  
Harrison, Peter (2001). Scaling the Ladder of Being: Theology and Early Modern Theories of Evolution. In R. Crocker (Ed.), Religion, Reason, and Nature in Early Modern Europe (pp. 199-224) Dordrecht: Kluwer. 5  
Harrison, Peter (2004). Science. In Hans J. Hillerbrand (Ed.), The encyclopedia of Protestantism (pp. 1669-1675) New York, United States: Routledge. 6  
Harrison, Peter (2006) Science and “Religion”: Constructing the boundaries. The Journal of Religion, 86 1: 81-106. 24   4 Cited 4 times in Scopus4
Harrison, Peter (2003). Science, Origins of. In J. Wentzel van Huyssteen (Ed.), Encyclopedia of science and religion (pp. 779-782) New York, United States: Macmillan Reference. 5  
Harrison, Peter D. (1999) Subduing the earth: Genesis 1, early modern science, and the exploitation of nature. The Journal of Religion, 79 1: 86-109. 23   10 Cited 12 times in Scopus12
Harrison, Peter (2009). That Rene Descartes originated mind-body distinction. In Ronald L. Numbers (Ed.), Galileo goes to jail : And other myths about science and religion (pp. 107-114) Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press. 22  

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