Isaac Newton: The Last Sorcerer
Unknown to all but a few, Newton was a practicing alchemist who dabbled with the occult, a tortured, obsessive character who searched for an understanding of the universe by whatever means possible. Sympathetic yet balanced, Michael White’s Isaac Newton offers a revelatory picture of Newton as a genius who stood at the point in history where magic ended and science began.
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Review: Isaac Newton: The Last SorcererUser Review - Carl - Goodreads
This book, like promised in the beginning, does show some negative sides to Isaac Newton, but it does not dwell on them. Although I have not read any of Isaac Newton's other biographies to make a ... Read full review
Review: Isaac Newton: The Last SorcererUser Review - Rachael - Goodreads
Of what I read, it seemed a good and well written work. I just ran out of time, got busy and it was due back at the library. Perhaps I'll recheck it and finish it, but I'm not sure. Read full review