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The mathematical papers of Isaac Newton
This is a complete edition in eight volumes of all the known mathematical papers of Isaac Newton - edited, annotated and translated by D. T. Whiteside. Papers originally in Latin are provided withExpand
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The mathematical works of Isaac Newton
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The Mathematical Principles Underlying Newton's Principia Mathematica
On 18 July 1733, half a dozen years after Isaac Newton's death, Dr William Derham (a close friend during his last years) observed that "S' Is[aac] ... abhorred all Contests.... And for this reason,Expand
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The prehistory of the Principia from 1664 to 1686
  • D. T. Whiteside
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  • Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London
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Since S.P. Rigaud’s pioneering Historical essay appeared in 18381 there have been many, from Rouse Ball, Cajori and Beth down to I.B. Cohen, A.R. Hall, J.W. Herivel and R.S. Westfall in our own day,Expand
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Newton the Mathematician
‘Newton and mathematics’, not ‘Newton’s mathematics’ in any very narrow sense, is my theme in this paper. Expect no flash and bang of verbal pyrotechnics. My mood will be one of musing — even maudlinExpand
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Newton's Early Thoughts on Planetary Motion: A Fresh Look
The conventional view of the prehistory of Newton's synthesis in the Principia of his predecessors' work in planetary theory and terrestrial gravitation is still not seriously changed from that whichExpand
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