Briefwechsel zwischen Goethe und Staatsrath Schultz

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Dyk, 1853 - 410 pages
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Page 161 - Observations differing from his and appearing to lead to a change of his Theory of Light and Colours. London 1799. An Account of the Irides or Coronae which appear arround and contiguous of the Bodies of the Sun, Moon and others luminous objects. London 1799. New Observations concerning the Colour...
Page 318 - Chi non inganna, non guadagna — e Con arte e con inganno, si vive mezzo l'anno; Con inganno e con arte, si vive l'altra parte. Chi tiene il piede in due staffe, spesso si trova fuora. Chi va per uccellar resta impaniato — e L'ingannato è chi inganna — e L' inganno va a casa dell
Page 161 - Newtonian fits of easy transmission and reflection derived from them to have no existence, but fail equally in their establishment and in their application by Newton to account for the colours of natural bodies.
Page 151 - Sur les couleurs produites par la réflexion de la lumière et examen des bases des doctrines de Henri Brougham, de Newton, de Gautier et de Maral (1813), ftnb aller Slufmerf* famfeit ttntrbig.

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