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Newton’s “strange” interests
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Religious views of Isaac Newton
Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and other First Nations people are advised that this catalogue contains names, recordings and images of deceased people and other content that may be culturally sensitive. Book , Online - Google Books. Before Newton: Natural philosophy, society and manners in the 17th century Westfall, , chapts. Essay 1 to be posted to the class web site by Monday, 30 Sept, by 4 pm : Using the DSB and one secondary article published after , write a two-page essay on a seventeenth-century natural philosopher summarizing i their career trajectory and ii their contributions or lack thereof!
Select your subject from the list in Appendix 1.
Add graffiti to the essays as necessary. Read all student essays. Be prepared to discuss the geographical and gender distributions, the philosophical and religious interests, the employment possibilities, and the place of novelty and mathematics in the work of these natural philosophers. Decoding Newton, his natural philosophy, religion and politics Westfall, , chapts. Cohen and Westfall, eds. Popkin, Essays on the context, nature and influence of Isaac Newton's theology , pp.
Dordrecht: Kluwer, Olby, et al. London: Routledge, Essay 2 to be posted to the class web site by Monday, 7 Oct, by 4 pm : Examine one ostensibly "Newtonian" 18th-century work from Appendix 2 , and write a three-page essay discussing i the uses to which your author puts "Newton" and ii the ideas, texts, or methods which are presented as "Newtonian. NB: You may write either Essay 2 or Essay 5, but need not write both.
Be prepared to compare and contrast the various images of Newton constructed by 18th-century authors. Why might these authors have wanted to wrap themselves in the legacy of Newton? David C.
Stephen David Snobelen, Newton and religion: context, nature and influence - PhilPapers
Lindberg and Ronald L. Berkeley: University of California Press, In Alexaner Dyce, ed. London: Francis MacPherson, The Newtonian system of the world, the best model of government: An allegorical poem. Westminster: A. Campbell, Gender and the practice of science in the 18th century Schiebinger, Essay 3 to be posted to the class web site by Monday, 14 Oct, by 4 pm : Schiebinger labels her book a "political history of science" .
What does she mean by the phrase? Do you agree with her definition? How successful is the book in offering such a history?
Write a two-page essay discussing these questions be sure to include specific examples to support your argument. Read all student essays, adding graffiti wherever appropriate.