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[SR: 11179950], Paperback, [EAN: 9781898706175], CRC Press, CRC Press, Book, [PU: CRC Press], CRC Press, The publication of Isaac Newton's Principia in 1689 marked an epoch in the history of science. Newton's work came to be seen as a new paradigm for science-not only the solution to the problem of planetary motion, but also a theory of mechanics and, perhaps more importantly, a new method for approaching a wide range of scientific problems. However, as scholars created what came to be known as Newtonianism, they faced the problem of presenting it to students. Newton's own book was rather forbidding, and as an astronomical text, it lacked a discussion of many other important aspects of experimental philosophy.Richard Helsham (1682-1738) faced this problem in his course of lectures at Trinity College in Dublin in the early decades of the eighteenth century. As a youth, Helsham had been a contemporary of George Berkeley at Kilkenny College and shared his interest in the new science. Helsham then became a medical doctor. Jonathan Swift described him in affectionate terms several times in his writings, calling him "the most eminent physician in this city and kingdom."Helsham saw Newton's method as the key to progress in all areas of science. Having lectured on natural philosophy since the opening of the medical laboratory at Trinity College in 1711, he was appointed professor of natural and experimental philosophy in 1724 and in 1733 added the position of professor of physick (medicine). Helsham's lectures on natural philosophy were so well received that they were published just after his death.With its intuitive explanations and its coverage of all the major topics of physic, A Course of Lectures on Natural Philosophy was reprinted at least seven times from 1739 to 1818 and was used as a standard work in the course at Trinity College in Dublin up until 1850. One of the very first textbooks on Newtonian physics, the book provides a remarkable window into the early development of Newtonian physics in a very readable contemporary form.An appealing aspect of A Course of Lectures on Natural Philosophy is its familiarity to modern students of physics. Treated in much the same way as a modern introductory course in physics, 23 lectures cover topics such as gravitation, central forces, the composition of motion, collision, simple machines, friction, motion down an inclined plane, projectile motion, hydrostatics, pneumatics, sound, and light. The emphasis is on conveying the ideas and describing the experimental evidence while keeping mathematics to a minimum by concentrating only on simple geometry and algebra. With eleven plates of illustrations, the book contains four appendices that investigate problems, including non-elastic collisions, motion through a resisting medium, and the motion of water through pipes. This edition includes a preface by the editors, setting the book in the context of the Newtonian revolution in physics and the history of Trinity College., 9, History, 4762, Africa, 4808, Americas, 16252761, Arctic & Antarctica, 4884, Asia, 4921, Australia & Oceania, 4935, Europe, 4995, Middle East, 5032, Russia, 4853, United States, 5035, World, 4873, Ancient Civilizations, 5011, Military, 4987, Historical Study & Educational Resources, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 227544, Electrical & Electronics, 13698, Circuits, 227545, Digital Design, 226994, Electric Machinery & Motors, 13707, Electronics, 13709, Fiber Optics, 3747, Networks, 13731, Superconductivity, 173515, Engineering, 173507, Engineering & Transportation, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 13762, Industrial Design, 194818011, Packaging, 7921653011, Products, 227550, Industrial, Manufacturing & Operational Systems, 173515, Engineering, 173507, Engineering & Transportation, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 13871, History & Philosophy, 75, Science & Math, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 14545, Physics, 14547, Acoustics & Sound, 16052391, Applied, 13445, Astrophysics, 13514, Biophysics, 13567, Chaos Theory, 16052341, Chemical Physics, 13449, Cosmology, 14554, Dynamics, 226697, Electromagnetism, 13839, Electron Microscopy, 52215011, Energy, 52164011, Engineering, 16052121, Entropy, 226502, Gas Mechanics, 13605, Geophysics, 14561, Gravity, 14563, Light, 14567, Mathematical Physics, 14569, Mechanics, 13850, Microscopy, 14573, Nanostructures, 14576, Nuclear Physics, 14589, Optics, 16052671, Quantum Chemistry, 14581, Quantum Theory, 14592, Relativity, 14585, Solid-State Physics, 14596, System Theory, 14598, Time, 14601, Waves & Wave Mechanics, 75, Science & Math, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 491732, Physics, 468216, Science & Mathematics, 465600, New, Used & Rental Textbooks, 2349030011, Specialty Boutique, 283155, Books

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[EAN: 9781898706175], [SC: 9.95], [PU: MIT Press,, Bremen,], Reprint of the Fourth Edition (London, 1767). Bremen, MIT Press, 2000. 20cm x 13.5cm. 404 pages. Includes original text book plates. Original Softcover. Excellent, close to new condition. Helsham, born near the town of Kilkenny circa 1682/ Kilkenny College, where Jonathan Swift and William Congreve had studied and where George Berkely was a fellow student/ Helsham entered Trinity College in 1698, where he won a scholarship in 1700 and a bachelor's degree in 1702/ first professor of natural philosophy at Trinity College, Dublin/ This book was published posthumously by his colleague Bryan Robinson in 1739/ one of the earliest textbooks to present the great scientific discoveries and methodological innovations of Bacon, Descartes, Boyle and Newton to university students in a straightforward manner/ a thoroughly Newtonian text/ sang the praises of the experimental method and illustrated its discussion with mechanics, gravity, optics and other areas of what is now called physics with numerous experiments/ listed as a required text for Trinity College students up to 1849/ important insights into the development of classical physics and physics educatiion during a period of crucial changes/ Helsham was a congenial man-about-town/ a sketch of his career illuminates the wider context into which Newtonian physics was received. . Sprache: English Excellent, close to new condition.

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The publication of Isaac Newton's Principia in 1689 marked an epoch in the history of science. Newton's work came to be seen as a new paradigm for science-not only the solution to the problem of planetary motion, but also a theory of mechanics and, perhaps more importantly, a new method for approaching a wide range of scientific problems. However, as scholars created what came to be known as Newtonianism, they faced the problem of presenting it to students. Newton's own book was rather forbidding, and as an astronomical text, it lacked a discussion of many other important aspects of experimental philosophy.Richard Helsham (1682-1738) faced this problem in his course of lectures at Trinity College in Dublin in the early decades of the eighteenth century. As a youth, Helsham had been a contemporary of George Berkeley at Kilkenny College and shared his interest in the new science. Helsham then became a medical doctor. Jonathan Swift described him in affectionate terms several times in his writings, calling him "the most eminent physician in this city and kingdom."Helsham saw Newton's method as the key to progress in all areas of science. Having lectured on natural philosophy since the opening of the medical laboratory at Trinity College in 1711, he was appointed professor of natural and experimental philosophy in 1724 and in 1733 added the position of professor of physick (medicine). Helsham's lectures on natural philosophy were so well received that they were pu used books,books Books, CRC Press

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Bremen, MIT Press, 2000., Helsham, born near the town of Kilkenny circa 1682/ Kilkenny College, where Jonathan Swift and William Congreve had studied and where George Berkely was a fellow student/ Helsham entered Trinity College in 1698, where he won a scholarship in 1700 and a bachelor's degree in 1702/ first professor of natural philosophy at Trinity College, Dublin/ This book was published posthumously by his colleague Bryan Robinson in 1739/ one of the earliest textbooks to present the great scientific discoveries and methodological innovations of Bacon, Descartes, Boyle and Newton to university students in a straightforward manner/ a thoroughly Newtonian text/ sang the praises of the experimental method and illustrated its discussion with mechanics, gravity, optics and other areas of what is now called physics with numerous experiments/ listed as a required text for Trinity College students up to 1849/ important insights into the development of classical physics and physics educatiion during a period of crucial changes/ Helsham was a congenial man-about-town/ a sketch of his career illuminates the wider context into which Newtonian physics was received. ., Reprint of the Fourth Edition (London, 1767). 20cm x 13.5cm. 404 pages. Includes original text book plates. Original Softcover. Excellent, close to new condition.

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A Course of Lectures on Natural Philosophy
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Helsham, Richard; Wealre, Denis; Kelly, Patrick

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A Course of Lectures on Natural Philosophy

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9781898706175

Treated in much the same way as a modern introductory course in physics, the 23 lectures in this book cover topics such as gravitation, central forces, the composition of motion, collision, simple machines, friction, motion down an inclined plane, projectile motion, hydrostatics, pneumatics, sound, and light. The emphasis is on conveying the ideas and describing the experimental evidence while keeping mathematics to a minimum by concentrating only on simple geometry and algebra. With eleven plates of illustrations, the book contains four appendices that investigate problems, including non-elastic collisions, motion through a resisting medium, and the motion of water through pipes.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781898706175
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1898706174
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2000
Editeur: INST OF PHYSICS PUB
448 Pages
Poids: 0,508 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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