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Willem Jacob 's Gravesande (1688-1742) and Newton's Regulae philosophandi, 1742 (1994)

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Authors & Contributors
Hall, Marie Boas
Ducheyne, Steffen
Schwartz, Hillel
Beer, Peter
Agassi, Joseph
Restaino, F.
Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture
Vistas in Astronomy
Journal of the History of Ideas
History of Philosophy Quarterly
Nuncius: Annali di Storia della Scienza
British Journal for the History of Science
University of California Press
de Gruyter
Natural philosophy
Newton, Isaac
Gravesande, Willem Jakob van's
Clarke, Samuel
Desaguliers, John Theophilus
Musschenbroek, Jan van
Fatio de Duillier, Nicolas
Time Periods
18th century
17th century
British Isles
The Netherlands: Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg
Great Britain
London (England)

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