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by Andrew Motte,Sir Isaac Newton

ISBN: 1169369553
ISBN13: 978-1169369559
Language: English
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (September 10, 2010)
Pages: 718
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Sir Isaac Newton's Mathem. has been added to your Cart. Newton is a genius of course. I would recommend this book and the Great Minds Series.

Sir Isaac Newton's Mathem. Newton discovers that mechanics and astronomy may be unified into one theory, using the deductive method of Euclid's "Elements. The novelty and profundity of these concepts still astonishes us today. True to his vision, we find elaborate mathematical and geometric constructions. Mr. Newton was apparently a bit of a jerk in his day and he wrote Principia not only in an obscure dialect of Latin, but also in such a fashion that the wording is heavy handed and quite often extremely confounding.

Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Latin for Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy), often referred to as simply the Principia (/prɪnˈsɪpiə, prɪnˈkɪpiə/), is a work in three books by Isaac Newton, in Latin, first published 5 July 1. .

Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Latin for Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy), often referred to as simply the Principia (/prɪnˈsɪpiə, prɪnˈkɪpiə/), is a work in three books by Isaac Newton, in Latin, first published 5 July 1687.

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Newton's Principia : the mathematical principles of natural philosophy, by Sir Isaac Newton ; translated into English by Andrew Motte ; to which is added Newton's system of the world ; with a portrait taken from the bust in the Royal Observatory at Greenwich. Newton's Principia : the mathematical principles of natural philosophy, by Sir Isaac Newton ; translated into English by Andrew Motte ; to which is added Newton's system of the world ; with a portrait taken from the bust in the Royal Observatory at Greenwich. by. Newton, Isaac, (1642-1727.

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Born at Woolsthorpe, England, Sir Isaac Newton was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University, where he graduated in 1665. During the plague of 1666, he remained at Woolsthorpe, during which time he formulated his theory of fluxions (the infinitesimal calculus) and the main outlines of his theories of mechanics, astronomy, and optics, including the theory of universal gravitation.

In 1687, Isaac Newton published his landmark Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy. The method of the natural sciences which Newton developed was in clear opposition to Descartes’ system of knowledge based on irrefutable and certain principles of metaphysics. The Principia pointed the way to a l method. The structure of the work left no doubt that we are dealing here with a work of central importance. That is evidenced not only by the scientific layer of the work but also by Newton’s philosophical ideas.

Sir Isaac Newton's Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy and His System of the World. by Isaac Newton and Andrew Motte.

This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.
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Vivados
Reading most anything by Isaac Newton is a challenge. We must contend with the inevitable changes in English during the intervening three centuries. But after that there is the content itself. Newton discovers that mechanics and astronomy may be unified into one theory, using the deductive method of Euclid's "Elements." The novelty and profundity of these concepts still astonishes us today. True to his vision, we find elaborate mathematical and geometric constructions. For example, "Proposition XXVII: To describe a conic that may touch five right lines given in position." The discussion is complex (right = straight), the figures are beautifully austere, and the proposition is followed by a scholium and a lengthy lemma, with attendant figures! Other propositions are discoveries in mechanics, as "Proposition LXXXIV: To find the force with which a corpuscle, placed without the centre of a sphere in the axis of any segment, is attracted by that segment" (corpuscle = particle, and without = not on). Regardless of the topic, Newton is always concise (sometimes too concise), and always on point, so that it reads like a vast tutorial about the way the universe works. It's beyond extraordinary how so much theory and experiment can be organized so well by one man. I recommend this book at the very least as an antidote to the bastardization of the term "genius" by the main stream media today.

One does not have to start on page 1 with his famous three laws (or axioms) of motion and plow through. It's good to skip around and read the less formidable theorems first. We are humbled, but we learn a lot.

Florian Cajori's many end notes help us appreciate how truly revolutionary Newton's ideas were. But note that Cajori's notes are found at the end of Volume II, "The System of the World," which is another book.

Vetalol
It's great to have a copy of Principia in my sweaty little fists. You don't have to read the whole thing. Just dabble, and get a sense of Newton unfiltered through textbook authorities dully distilling the original pioneering into old hat. Also use Google Books to sample the works of the other greats.

BTW, "On the Shoulders of Giants" is just the name of a series with introductions by Stephen Hawking. The book is still purely Newton's Principia. It's in English the original Latin. There have been several translations to English. A weakness of this edition is that it does not make explicit which of the first three editions of Principia or which of the later translations to English this translation is based on.

Iesha
I bought The Principia with the knowledge that I will never be able to read it past the introductions, but to look at what the mind of a great genius looks like, something quite beyond me. I open it when I am feeling too smart for my own good. In fact, I think I'll go and look at it now.

Kifer
Round out your home library with this book.. do the earth a favor and maybe get a used copy if it’s all the same to you as there’s tons of copies floating around.

Gogul
Amazing book so far. Translation is great from what I can gather. Newton is a genius of course. I would recommend this book and the Great Minds Series. After reading farther into the book, reading other reviewers Opinions, and speaking with many professors regarding Principia, I felt that I should amend my review.

The reason why this book is SO difficult to read has little to nothing to do with the translation. Mr. Newton was apparently a bit of a jerk in his day and he wrote Principia not only in an obscure dialect of Latin, but also in such a fashion that the wording is heavy handed and quite often extremely confounding. He did this with intention that only the smartest and upper tier of brains could understand him.

I still recommend this book, however, to the potential purchaser - This book is not easy to read, get ready to be amazed!

Endieyab
Great book. It is not easy to read but is really interesting to see how Newton came to his great basis for modern physics.

Doukasa
Gorgeous book, great gift for a fellow math enthusiast.

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