إسحاق نيوتن والثورة العلمية

إسحاق نيوتن والثورة العلمية Free Author Gale E Christianson Chardonneret.eu.

  • 3.1
  • 348
  • Arabic
  • 08 July 2018
  • 211 pages
  • إسحاق نيوتن والثورة العلمية
  • Gale E. Christianson

10 thoughts on “إسحاق نيوتن والثورة العلمية

  1. Attoomi Habis says:

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  2. Nirjhar Deb says:

    The biography, Isaac Newton , by Gale E Christianson, is truly a good read The major events in Newton s life were portrayed using extremely evocative words, making his life story play like a movie in my mind Newton s life as a legendary scientist, or natural philosopher , intrigued me a lot and showed me a side of Newton I had never anticipated It saddened me I didn t know that Newton, considered a respectable member of the Royal Society of London, indirectly led a young scientist, Gott The biography, Isaac Newton , by Gale E Christianson, is truly a good read The major events in Newton s life were portrayed using extremely evocative words, making his life story play like a movie in my mind Newton s life as a legendary scientist, or natural philosopher , intrigued me a lot and showed me a side of Newton I had never anticipated It saddened me I didn t know that Newton, considered a respectable member of the Royal Society of London, indirectly led a young scientist, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, to suicide due to bad and unthoughtful communications around the invention of Calculus by both of them The sad fact about this is that Newton s ugly story of cheating Leibniz was discovered only years after the death of Newton The only con about this book is that the language, especially the scientific jargon used to describe Newton s discoveries, was sometimes difficult to comprehend This would narrow down the variety of readers Excluding that, I think this book was exc...

  3. Thomas Achord says:

    Most excellent As an avid reader of old texts, Newton believed in a concept called the prisca sapientia, or wisdom of the ancients, a doctrine popular among certain scholars during the Renaissance This doctrine held that the great truths of nature had been known to some of the most brilliant and morally upright thinkers of the dis tant past Such thinkers included the Greek philosophers Plato and Democritus, the medieval scholars Albertus Magnus, Arnold of Villanova, and Roger Bacon, as well Most excellent As an avid reader of old texts, Newton believed in a concept called the prisca sapientia, or wisdom of the ancients, a doctrine popular among certain scholars during the Renaissance This doctrine held that the great truths of nature had been known to some of the most brilliant and morally upright thinkers of the dis tant past Such thinkers included the Greek philosopher...

  4. Nathan Willams says:

    This book is called Isaac Newton, and it is by Gale E Christianson This book is all about Sir Isaac Newton and how he became one of the best scientists of all time He is known for his influence One of his famous quotes was There is no such thing as failure, there is only neutral and exceeding expectations He is said to be one of the most influential scientists who ever walked on the face of the planet.Isaac was a English mathematician, astronomer, and physicist who not only worked on th This book is called Isaac Newton, and it is by Gale E Christianson This book is all about Sir Isaac Newton and how he became one of the best scientists of all time He is known for his influence One of his famous quotes was There is no such thing as failure, there is only neutral and exceeding expectations He is said to be one of the most influential scientists who ever walked on the face of the planet.Isaac was a English mathematician, astronomer, and physicist who not only worked on the science of gravity, but he discovered the three laws of motion which form the basic principles of modern physics I enjoyed t...

  5. Mon says:

    I would rate this book a 9.5 out of 10 I would give the book this rating because I got know some things about someone I never knew such as that he created the 3 laws of gravity and he went to the Trinity College of England The words were sometimes difficult to comp...

  6. Tom Seubert says:

    A good concise biography It seemed that this book did get into details of his relationships especially with the Royal society and the co founder of Calculus Gottfried Leibnitz, but could have delved deeper into some of his works and thinking Overall it does not paint a complete picture of the man.

  7. Antonio says:

    This is my assessment of the book Isaac Newton by Gale Christianson according to my 6 criteria 1 Related to practice 3 stars2 It prevails important 3 stars3 I agree with the read 4 stars4 not difficult to read as for non English native 4 stars5 too long and bo...

  8. Peter Swanson says:

    This is an excellent digest version of the life of Newton, well suited to the reader who wants to knowabout the remarkable scientist but feels no need for extreme detail I learned quite a bit.

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