This chapter argues from an analysis of Locke's notebooks and correspondence, that Locke practised a form of mercurialist transmutational chymistry derived largely from Robert Boyle. It also shows that his approach to physic was strongly influenced by Helmontian medicine, including a seminal theory of disease.
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