2 edition of account of Sir Isaac Newton"s philosophical discoveries. found in the catalog.
account of Sir Isaac Newton"s philosophical discoveries.
1968 in New York, Johnson Reprint Corp., 1968 .
Written in English
A facsim. of the 1748 ed. with the original t.p.
|Series||Sources of science, no. 74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, xx, 393 p. illus. ;|
|Number of Pages||393|
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MACLAURIN, Colin. An Account of Sir Isaac Newton’s philosophical discoveries, in four books. Published from the author’s manuscript papers, by Patrick Murdoch, M.
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An account of Sir Isaac Newton's philosophical discoveries, [electronic resource]: in four books. By Colin Maclaurin, A. Late Fellow of the Royal Society, Professor of Mathematics in the University of Edinburgh, and Secretary to the Philosophical Society there.
Books about Sir Isaac Newton in the INI Library. The INI does not hold any of Newton's original manuscripts or papers; these are primarily to be found in the archives of the Cambridge University Library and the Keynes Collection at King's does, however, hold a collection of texts dealing with Newton's life and works, including modern editions of some of his correspondence.
Sir Isaac Newton, FRS, was an English physicist, mathematician, astronomer, natural philosopher, and alchemist. His Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica, published inis considered to be the most influential book in the history of this work, Newton described universal gravitation and the three laws of motion, laying the groundwork for /5.
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Isaac Newton made many discoveries in multiple fields of science, including the discoveries of gravitational force and the three universal laws of motion. Although it is not accurate, Newton is often said to have discovered gravity when an apple fell on his head from a tree.
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See, mathematics is the system by which we gauge the interworking of the cosmos, but like many scientists of his age, Newton found that existing algebra and geometry simply weren't sufficient for his scientific needs. Let that sink in for a moment: Existing math.
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4, (N.S.; Dec. 25,O.S.), in the manor house of.Inhe was knighted by Queen Anne of England, making him Sir Isaac Newton. Early Life and Family Newton was born on January 4,in Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire, :