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Article
**Bruce Pourciau**
(2020)

The Principia’s second law (as Newton understood it) from Galileo to Laplace.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 183-242).
(/isis/citation/CBB715090012/)

Article
**Pourciau, Bruce**
(2009)

Proposition II (Book I) of Newton's Principia.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(p. 129).
(/isis/citation/CBB000932075/)

Article
**Pourciau, Bruce**
(2007)

Force, Deflection, and Time: Proposition VI of Newton's *Principia*.
*Historia Mathematica*
(p. 140).
(/isis/citation/CBB000771359/)

Article
**Pourciau, Bruce**
(2007)

From Centripetal Forces to Conic Orbits: A Path through the Early Sections of Newton's *Principia*.
*Studies in History and Philosophy of Science*
(p. 56).
(/isis/citation/CBB000771901/)

Article
**Pourciau, Bruce**
(2006)

Newton's Interpretation of Newton's Second Law.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(p. 157).
(/isis/citation/CBB000670058/)

Article
**Pourciau, Bruce**
(2004)

The Importance of Being Equivalent: Newton's Two Models of One-Body Motion.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(p. 283).
(/isis/citation/CBB000470254/)

Article
**Nauenberg, Michael; Pourciau, Bruce**
(2004)

Eloge: Bruce Brackenridge, 1927-2003.
*Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences*
(p. 260).
(/isis/citation/CBB000471000/)

Article
**Pourciau, Bruce**
(2003)

Newton's Argument for Proposition 1 of the *Principia*.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(p. 267).
(/isis/citation/CBB000340514/)

Essay Review
**Pourciau, Bruce**
(2001)

A New Translation of and Guide to Newton's *Principia*.
*Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology*.
(/isis/citation/CBB000100471/)

Article
**Pourciau, Bruce**
(2001)

The Integrability of Ovals: Newton's Lemma 28 and Its Counterexamples.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(p. 479).
(/isis/citation/CBB000100791/)

Article
**Pourciau, Bruce**
(2001)

Newton and the Notion of Limit.
*Historia Mathematica*
(p. 18).
(/isis/citation/CBB000100597/)

Article
**Pourciau, Bruce**
(2000)

Intuitionism as a (failed) Kuhnian revolution in mathematics.
*Studies in History and Philosophy of Science*
(p. 297).
(/isis/citation/CBB000110940/)

Article
**Pourciau, Bruce**
(1998)

The preliminary mathematical lemmas of Newton's *Principia*.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 279-295).
(/isis/citation/CBB000079264/)

Article
**Pourciau, Bruce**
(1997)

Reading the master: Newton and the birth of celestial mechanics.
*American Mathematical Monthly*
(pp. 1-19).
(/isis/citation/CBB000074109/)

Article
**Pourciau, Bruce**
(1992)

Radical *Principia*.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 331-363).
(/isis/citation/CBB000062650/)

Article
**Pourciau, Bruce**
(1992)

Newton's solution of the one-body problem.
*Archive for History of Exact Sciences*
(pp. 125-146).
(/isis/citation/CBB000042814/)

Article
**Pourciau, Bruce H.**
(1991)

On Newton's proof that inverse-square orbits must be conics.
*Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology*
(pp. 159-172).
(/isis/citation/CBB000034533/)

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