Grattan-Guinness’s work on classical mechanics

@inproceedings{Cooke2016GrattanGuinnesssWO,
  title={Grattan-Guinness’s work on classical mechanics},
  author={Roger M. Cooke},
  year={2016}
}
Throughout a career spanning nearly half a century Grattan-Guinness evinced an interest in nearly everything in the universe that had even the remotest connection with mathematics: philosophy (especially epistemology), logic, physics, religion, music, art, education, economics, psychology, and much more. Although it could be said that his strongest area was logic and its history, his contributions to our understanding of the history of classical physics are a recurring theme. His earliest… 

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