A View of Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy
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A View of Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy

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Table of Contents
  • A VIEW OF Sir ISAAC NEWTON’s PHILOSOPHY.
  • PREFACE.
  • THE CONTENTS.
  • ERRATA.
  • A LIST of such of the SUBSCRIBERS NAMES As are come to the Hand of the AUTHOR.
  • INTRODUCTION.
  • Chap. I. Of the LAWS of MOTION.
  • Chap. II. Farther proofs of the Laws of Motion.
  • Chap. III. Of CENTRIPETAL FORCES.
  • Chap. IV. Of the RESISTANCE of FLUIDS.
  • Chap. I. That the Planets move in a space empty of all sensible matter.
  • Chap. II. Concerning the cause, which keeps in motion the primary planets.
  • Chap. III. Of the motion of the MOON and the other SECONDARY PLANETS.
  • Chap. IV. Of Comets.
  • Chap. V. Of the BODIES of the SUN and PLANETS.
  • Chap. VI. Of the FLUID PARTS of the PLANETS.
  • Chap I. Concerning the cause of COLOURS inherent in the LIGHT.
  • Chap. II. Of the properties of BODIES, upon which their COLOURS depend.
  • Chap. III. Of the Refraction, Reflection, and Inflection of Light.
  • Chap. IV. Of OPTIC GLASSES.
  • Chap. V. Of the RAINBOW.
  • CONCLUSION.
  • FOOTNOTES:
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