A fair, candid, and impartial state of the case between Sir Isaac Newton and Mr. Hutchinson. In which is shewn, how far a system of physics is capable of mathematical demonstration; how far Sir Isaac's as such a system, has that demonstration; and consequently, what regard Mr. Hutchinson's claim may deserve to have paid it ...
|Author / Creator:||Horne, George, Bp. of Norwich, 1730-1792.|
|Imprint:||[Dublin : T. Watson], Printed in the year 1756.|
|Description:||62 p. 18 cm.|
|Subject:||Newton, Isaac, -- 1642-1727. -- Principia.|
Hutchinson, John, -- 1674-1737.
Hutchinson, John, -- 1674-1737
Principia (Newton, Isaac)
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/4296455|
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