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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For lack of more ancient records, history of mechanics starts with Aristotle (384-
322 B. C.) or, more accurately, with the author of the probably apocryphal treatise
called Problems of Mechanics (M77;5owmo': ago/311?/tare). This is, in fact, ...
To Aristotle himself, just as much in his Treatise on the Heavens, (H£Ql odgowofi)
as in his Physics, concepts belonging to mechanics were not differentiated from
concepts having a more general significance. Thus the notion of movement ...
We shall now concern ourselves with Archimedes' treatise on Floating Bodies.
The author starts from the following hypothesis“ The nature of a fluid is such that if
its parts are equivalently placed and continuous with each other, that which is the
Apart from his Treatise on Weights, Blasius of Parma also wrote Quaestiones
super tractatu de latitudinibus formarum, which was printed in 1486. In it he
appears as an unsophisticated commentator of Oresme's doctrine. Although a
critic of no ...
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