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The Cambridge Companion to Newton (2nd edition)

The Cambridge Companion to Newton (2nd edition) philosophers and philosophies. As an overall picture of Newton’s life and work, this book is Science and technology therefore somewhat unbalanced. More than anything, it lacks even a single chapter on Newton’s public life. Newton was a Member of Parliament at what Macaulay thought of as RR 2017/133 the crucial point in British political history – The Cambridge Companion to Newton the flight into exile of King James II and his (2nd edition) Parliament authorised replacement by William Edited by Robert Iliffe and George E. Smith & Mary. As Master of the Mint, Newton was responsible for replacing the debased Cambridge University Press Carolingian currency with a new coinage Cambridge which provided a stable base for the eighteenth-century British commercial xviii  637 pp. expansion, including coining and setting the ISBN 978 1 107 01546 3 (hbck); ISBN 978 1 107 60174 1 value of the guinea – thus putting Britain on (pbck); ISBN 978 1 316 54741 0 (e-book) the gold standard for the next couple of centuries. A chapter on this half of his life £64.99 $120 (hbck); £22.99 $36.99 (pbck); $30 (e-book) would have rounded the book off nicely. Cambridge Companions Nevertheless, the editors have packed http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Reference Reviews Emerald Publishing

The Cambridge Companion to Newton (2nd edition)

Reference Reviews , Volume 31 (5): 2 – Jun 19, 2017

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philosophers and philosophies. As an overall picture of Newton’s life and work, this book is Science and technology therefore somewhat unbalanced. More than anything, it lacks even a single chapter on Newton’s public life. Newton was a Member of Parliament at what Macaulay thought of as RR 2017/133 the crucial point in British political history – The Cambridge Companion to Newton the flight into exile of King James II and his (2nd edition) Parliament authorised replacement by William Edited by Robert Iliffe and George E. Smith & Mary. As Master of the Mint, Newton was responsible for replacing the debased Cambridge University Press Carolingian currency with a new coinage Cambridge which provided a stable base for the eighteenth-century British commercial xviii  637 pp. expansion, including coining and setting the ISBN 978 1 107 01546 3 (hbck); ISBN 978 1 107 60174 1 value of the guinea – thus putting Britain on (pbck); ISBN 978 1 316 54741 0 (e-book) the gold standard for the next couple of centuries. A chapter on this half of his life £64.99 $120 (hbck); £22.99 $36.99 (pbck); $30 (e-book) would have rounded the book off nicely. Cambridge Companions Nevertheless, the editors have packed

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