Al-Kāshī's "Plate of Conjunctions"

@article{Kennedy1947AlKshsO,
  title={Al-Kāshī's "Plate of Conjunctions"},
  author={E. S. Kennedy},
  journal={Isis},
  year={1947},
  volume={38},
  pages={56 - 59}
}
so he rejected Kepler's second law and all its physical implications. He therefore found no inherent incompatibility between elliptic orbits and uniform circular motion. Boulliau went further and sought to explain the local accelerated rectilinear motion of falling bodies through the first half of the Lahire theorem the composition of uniform circular motions given by Nasir Eddin. Such an attempt 12 appears now to be naive, but at that time it represented a unified view of terrestrial and… Expand
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