In his monumental 1687 work "Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica", known familiarly as the "Principia", Isaac Newton laid out in mathematical terms the principles of time, force, and motion… Expand

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 with… Expand

List of plates Preface Editorial note Abbreviated references Introduction Synopsis of the Lectiones opticae and Optica and their major differences Concordance of article numbers Lectiones opitcae:… Expand

We review the consistent histories formulations of quantum mechanics developed by Griffiths, Omnès and Gell-Mann and Hartle, and describe the classification of consistent sets. We illustrate some… Expand

Preface Part I. Commentary: Introduction 1. Infinity, indivisibilism, and the void 2. The Cartesian influence 3. Newton on projectile motion and the void 4. Physiology and Hobbesian epistemology 5.… Expand