Sir Isaac Newton's Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy and His System of the World: The motion of bodies
University of California Press, 1 Ιαν 1966 - 680 σελίδες
First translated from the Latin by Andrew Motte in 1729, the translation has been revised, the antiquated mathematical terms have been rephrased in terms intelligible to the modern scientist, and an historical and explanatory appendix has been supplied by Florian Cajori, one-time Professor of the History of Mathematics in the University of California, Berkeley campus.
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Review: Principia: Vol. II: The System of the WorldΚριτική χρηστών - Goodreads
Can anyone please give some review? I really really interested in science and this book, but is it worth my money? Ανάγνωση ολόκληρης της κριτικής
Review: Principia: Vol. I: The Motion of BodiesΚριτική χρηστών - Goodreads
I'm going to be completely honest...I finished this book, but I have no idea what I read. Newton's geometric arguments are -for most of us- so passe as to seem unintelligible. Nonetheless, this is a landmark achievement in human understanding and at least an attempt should be made at reading it. Ανάγνωση ολόκληρης της κριτικής