A History of Mechanics
Courier Corporation, 7 лист. 2012 р. - 688 стор.
"A remarkable work which will remain a document of the first rank for the historian of mechanics." — Louis de Broglie
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Trm SCHOOLS or BURIDAN AND ALBERT or Saxomr. Nmom Oaasmn AND THE
Oxronn scnoon 1. The doctrine of “ impetus ” (John Buridan) . . . . . . . . . 2. The
sphericity of the earth and the oeeans——Albert of Saxony and the aristotelian ...
We now come to Albert of Rickmersdorf, called Albert of Saxony. Though his
biography is somewhat mysterious, it is certain that he was enlisted at the
Sorbonne from 1350 to 1361 and that he was rector of the University of Paris from
It should be remarked, as Jouguet has done in this connection,1 that Albert of
Saxony's concept of centre of gravity, the point of a body at which all the weight
appears to be concentrated, was a purely experimental one, to him and his
It is paradoxical to see Albert of Saxony thus holding that the waters of the sea do
not exert any heaviness, but this is in accord with a more general thesis that is
indicated below. Albert of Saxony distinguished between heaviness in the ...
Albert of Saxony stated these two opinions and supported that of Bradwardine.
To set against this, he gave a correct definition of the angular velocity of rotation (
velocitas circuitionis). Further, he distinguished between deformed motions, ...