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" I offer this work as the mathematical principles of philosophy, for the whole burden of philosophy seems to consist in this from the phenomena of motions to investigate the forces of nature, and then from these forces to demonstrate the other phenomena;... "
The American Quarterly Review - Page 303
by Robert Walsh - 1837
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The mathematical principles of natural philosophy, Volume 1

Sir Isaac Newton, William Davis, William Emerson, John Machin - Celestial mechanics - 1803
...demonftrate the other phenomena; and to this end the general propofitions in the firfl and fecond book are directed. In the third book we give an example of this in the explication of the Syftem of the World; for by the propofitions mathematically demonftrated in...
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General Biography: Or, Lives, Critical and Historical, of the Most ..., Volume 7

John Aikin, William Enfield, Mr. Nicholson, Thomas Morgan, William Johnston - Biography - 1808
...theorems geometrically. The leading design of the " Principia" is, from certain phenomena of motion to investigate the forces of nature, and then, from these forces to demonstrate the manner in which other phenomena are produced. The former is the end towards which the general propositions...
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The History of Philosophy: From the Earliest Times to the ..., Volume 2

William Enfield - Biography & Autobiography - 1819
...the theorems geometrically v The leading design of the Principia is, from certain phenomena of motion to investigate the forces of nature, and then, from these forces to demonstrate the manner in which other -phenomena are produced. The former is the end towards which the general propositions...
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The Principles of Mechanics ...: To which is Now Added, an Appendix ...

William Emerson - Mechanical engineering - 1825 - 318 pages
...world. For all the difficulty of philosophy consists in this ; from some of the principal phaenomena of motions to investigate the forces of nature. And...from these forces to demonstrate the other phenomena ; all whiqh is to be done upon mechanical principles. Thus, from the distances and revolutions of the...
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Library for the people. (Division 1). The wonders of nature and art ...

Library - 1827
...the theorems geometrically. The leading design of the Principia is, from certain phenomena of motion to investigate the forces of nature, and then, from these forces to demonstrate the manner in which other phenomena are produced. The former is the end toward which the general propositions...
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On Classical Literature: Being the First of the Series of Inaugural Lectures ...

Francis William Newman - Literary Criticism - 1841 - 24 pages
...our knowledge of the machinery of Nature. "For all the difficulty of philosophy seems to consist in this, from the phenomena of motions to investigate...from these forces to demonstrate the other phenomena ;" until we can show, as it has been beautifully remarked by a popular poet, " That very law which...
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The Logic of the CHristian Faith: Being a Dissertation on Scepticism ...

Patrick Edward Dove - Apologetics - 1856 - 426 pages
...EMERSON. " For all the difficulty of philosophy * consists in this : from some of the principal phenomena of motions to investigate the forces of...from these forces to demonstrate the other phenomena; all of which is to be done upon mechanical principles. Thus, from the distances and revolutions...
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The Fractional Family, Being the First Part of Spirit--mathematics--matter

Arthur Young - Philosophy - 1864 - 141 pages
...endeavors after truth. The passages run thus . " All the difficulty of Philosophy seems to consist in this : from the phenomena of motions to investigate...these forces to demonstrate the other phenomena." " I wish we could derive the rest of the phenomena of nature by the same kind of reasoning from mechanical...
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The elements: the ocean and atmosphere

William Leighton Jordan - 1867
...preface to his ' Principia,' remarks that ' all the difficulty of philosophy seems to consist in this from the phenomena of motions to investigate...these forces to demonstrate the other phenomena.' And then, after stating that on this principle he had, in the work above mentioned, demonstrated the motion...
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The bards and authors of Cleveland and south Durham, and the vicinage

George Markham Tweddell - 1872 - 24 pages
...philosophy in the world. For all the difficulty of philosophy consists in this ; from some of the principal phenomena of motions to investigate the forces of...from these forces to demonstrate the other phenomena ; all of which is to be done upon mechanical principles. Thus, from the distances and revolutions of...
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