Wolfgang Lefèvre was Professor of Philosophy and Science at the Freie Universität Berlin until 2006, and is currently working at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science. His research interests include History of Science in Connection with History of Philosophy on the Basis of Social History; Sciences in Greek Antiquity; Early Modern Physics and Chemistry; and History of Biology (fifteenth to eighteenth centuries).
Lefèvre, Wolfgang (2022). “Architecture on Paper: The Development and Function of Architectural Drawings in the Renaissance.” In Creating Place in Early Modern European Architecture, ed. E. Merrill, 41–69. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.Read More
Lefèvre, Wolfgang (2021). “Das Auge — Pforte zur Welt und dunkle Kammer: Leonardos Optik.” In Leonardos intellektueller Kosmos, ed. J. Renn, M. Valleriani, S. Hoffmann, and A. Becchi, 317–322. Florenz: Giunti.Read More
Lefèvre, Wolfgang (2021). Minerva meets Vulcan: Scientific and Technological Literature — 1450–1750. Archimedes: New Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology 60. Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-73085-7.Read More
Lefèvre, Wolfgang (2021). “The Eye — Portal to the World and Dark Chamber: Leonardo’s Optics.” In Leonardo’s Intellectual Cosmos, ed. J. Renn, M. Valleriani, S. Hoffmann, and A. Becchi, 317–322. Florenz: Giunti.Read More