L. Euler

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If the question were who among the philosophers was the first to realize that nature in all its operations follows the easiest path, or what amounts to the same thing, expends the least amount of(More)
Leonhard Euler (1707–1783) – one of the greatest mathematicians of the eighteenth century and of all times – often corresponded with a friend of his, Christian Goldbach (1690–1764), an amateur and(More)
The principles of mechanics are already so solidly established that it would be a great error to continue to doubt their truth. Even though we would not be in condition to prove them through the(More)
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