By Garry T. Cole
By Hugh Aldersey-Williams
Every little thing is made up of them, from the furthest reaches of the universe to this e-book that you simply carry on your fingers, together with you. such as you, the weather have lives: personalities and attitudes, skills and shortcomings, tales wealthy with which means. you might imagine of them because the inscrutable letters of the periodic desk yet you recognize them far better than you comprehend. Welcome to a stunning journey via heritage and literature, technology and paintings. right here you are going to meet iron that rains from the heavens and noble gases that mild find out how to vice. you will find out how lead can inform your destiny whereas zinc might someday line your coffin. you will find what connects the bones on your physique with the Whitehouse in Washington, the glow of a streetlamp with the salt in your dinner desk. From old civilisations to modern tradition, from the oxygen of exposure to the phosphorus on your pee, the weather are close to and much and throughout us. Unlocking their marvelous secrets and techniques and vibrant pasts, "Periodic stories" will take you on a voyage of ask yourself and discovery, pleasure and novelty, good looks and fact. alongside the way in which, you can find that their tales are our tales, and their lives are inextricable from our personal.
By Dr. Jay K. Hackett
2010 Macmillan McGraw-Hill businesses
By Alexandre Koyre
NB: no longer exact in contents with Koyré's 'Études newtoniennes' from 1968
By Peter D. Klein
Certainty was first released in 1981. Minnesota Archive variations makes use of electronic expertise to make long-unavailable books once more obtainable, and are released unaltered from the unique college of Minnesota Press editions.
Philosophers have generally used techniques to refute the sceptical that empirical wisdom isn't really attainable simply because our ideals can't be competently justified. One process rejects the sceptics' place since it conflicts with the supposedly seen declare that we do have wisdom. the opposite defends an research of information constrained to a vulnerable set of invaluable and enough stipulations of data or constrained to a suite of stipulations in particular designed to be resistant to sceptical attack.
In Certainty: A Refutation of Scepticism, Peter D. Klein makes use of a 3rd method. He argues that scepticism will be refuted no matter if it's granted to the sceptics that wisdom includes absolute walk in the park. The argument for his thesis has elements. He identifies a few of the sorts of scepticism and indicates that the arguments for them depend on epistemic rules which, while tested conscientiously, are not able to aid the sceptical conclusions. Klein then argues — opposite to the perspectives of so much nonsceptics—that wisdom involves simple task and that a few empirical ideals are totally convinced. during his argument Klein develops and defends an account of justification, wisdom, and sure bet. the result's a thought of data dependent upon a version of justification designed to be applicable to sceptics, nonsceptics, foundationalists, and coherentists.
By Bernard D. Coleman, Hershel Markovitz, W. Noll
We the following try to supply an entire yet concise therapy of the speculation of regular viscometric flows of easy (non-Newtonian) fluids and to exploit that thought to debate the layout and interpretation of ex periments. we will current the idea with much less mathematical equipment than used to be utilized in our unique papers, in part simply because this Tract has extra restricted goals than these papers, and partially simply because we hire a style, came upon via Noll and released right here for the 1st time, for facing visco metric flows with no the gear of rela tive Cauchy-Green tensors and decreased constitutive equations. To make the idea available to scholars now not accustomed to smooth arithmetic, we now have further to our Tract an appendix explaining a few of the mathe matical innovations necessary to continuum physics. Pittsburgh, July 1965 BERNARD D. COLEMAN HERSHEL MARKOVITZ WALTER NOLL CONTENTS I. advent web page 1. barriers of the Classical thought of Navier and Stokes. 1 five 2. Incompressible basic Fluids. . . . . . . . . . . . three. Plan and Scope of this Monograph . . . . . . . . . 7 II. idea of Incompressible easy Fluids four. Kinematics. . . . . . . . . . . . 10 five. The Dynamical Equations . . . . . . . . . . . 12 6. the main of fabric Objectivity . . . . . . 14 7. The Definition of an Incompressible easy Fluid . 17 eight. Static habit of straightforward Fluids . . . . . . . . 19 III. common concept of Viscometric Flows nine. The Kinematics of straightforward Shearing move 21 10. The Viscometric services . . . . . . . . . . 22 eleven. The Dynamics of straightforward Shearing stream; Viscosity 26 12. The Definition of a Viscometric move 29 thirteen. Curvilineal Flows. . . . . . . . 30 1. Kinematical Description . . . .
By Alain Badiou, Gilles Haéri
Pourquoi entreprendre un éloge des mathématiques lorsque l'on soutient, comme Alain Badiou, que toute philosophie est avant tout une métaphysique du bonheur, ou bien qu'elle ne vaut pas une heure de peine ? Quel lien peut bien exister entre mathématiques et bonheur ?
C'est précisément l'enjeu de ce discussion, qui se présente comme une creation très obtainable à ce que sont les mathématiques, et discover l'influence décisive qu'elles ont toujours exercée sur les plus grands philosophes.
Loin d'être l'exercice ingrat et useless qu'on think, les mathématiques et l. a. logique sont d'irremplaçables courses pour se défaire des critiques dominantes et rendre attainable un accès aux vérités, ou à quelque expérience humaine dont l. a. valeur soit absolue.
Voilà pourquoi les mathématiques pourraient bien être le chemin le plus courtroom pour l. a. vraie vie, laquelle, quand elle existe, se signale par un incomparable bonheur.
By A. L. Efros
By Henry Power
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Experimental philosophy, in 3 books containing new experiments microscopical, mercurial, magnetical : with a few deductions, and possible hypotheses, raised from them, in avouchment and representation of the now recognized atomical hypothesis
Power, Henry, 1623-1668.
Books -3 have unique t.p., dated 1663.
"Subterraneous experiments, or, Observations approximately cole-mines" has half-title.
Errata: p.  at end.
, 191,  p.  folded leaf of plates :
London : revealed via T. Roycroft, for John Martin and James Allestry ..., 1664.
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By Charles Darwin
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