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A philosophical enquiry into the properties of electricity
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An Essay on Electricity: Being an Enquiry into the Nature, Cause and Properties Thereof, on the Principles of Sir Isaac Newton’s Theory of Vibrating Motion, Light and Fire; and the Various Phaenomena of Forty-two Capital Experiments; with Some Observations Relative to the Uses That May Be Made of This Wonderful Power of Nature. Bath: Leake, Author: Mary Fairclough. During the last decade of the seventeenth century John Locke established himself as a new kind of natural historian of the human mind—describing its powers, classifying its ideas, and tracing the evolution of its faculties. The century that followed saw a flowering of psychological thinking, marked by a rapid distribution of theories from the realm of philosophy across the realm of : Paddy Bullard.
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A philosophical enquiry into the properties of electricity.: In which is contain'd a Confutation of the Solutions which have been hitherto given of it, and the most probable Reason of the late surprizing Experiments. In a letter to a friend. Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : Get this from a library.
Philosophical essays: in three parts. Containing I. An enquiry into the nature and properties of the electrical fluid, in order to explain, illustrate and confirm the truth of Sir Isaac Newton's Doctrine of a Subtile Medium or Aether.
A dissertation on the nature of fire in general, and Production of Heat in particular. Publisher Summary.
Throughout the history of philosophy, chemical concepts and theories have appeared in the work of philosophers, both as examples and as topics of discussion in their own right, and scientists themselves have often engaged with theoretical, conceptual, and methodological issues that fall within what one would now recognize as philosophy of chemistry.
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book and comments that he 'having attended Dr. Desaguliers' fine, raree, gallanty shew for some years in the capacity of a turn-spit, has, it seems, taken it into his head to set up for a philosopher' (p. 23). I6 An essay on electricity, being an enquiry into the nature, cause, and properties.
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Diderot () was, alongside Voltaire, the most prolific, talented, and famous of the Enlightenment figures known as the Philosophes. This is the first English language edition of Pensees sur l’Interpretation de la Nature and two other complementary works forming a trio that allows readers a holisitic appraisal of Diderot’s far reaching philosophy.4/5(17).
The enquiry in which man is chiefly concerned, is the extent of his power or sphere of dominion: accordingly the design of this treatise is to enquire into the powers and affections belonging to human nature, and the laws relative to them. 18, This enquiry is carried on in the same way with natural philosophy.
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‘Description and Use of a Case of Mathematical Instruments,’ ‘An Essay on Electricity,’‘being an enquiry into the nature, cause, and properties thereof, on the principles of Sir Isaac Newton's theory of vibrating motion, light, and fire, and the various phenomena of forty-two capital experiments,’ &c.
Provenance: Ownership inscription of J. Hulse Elworth,on t.p. Contents: (from t.p.) Containing I. An enquiry into the nature and properties of the electrical fluid II. A dissertation on the nature of fire III. A miscellaneous discourse NLM ID: R[Book]. A Treatise on Electricity & Magnetism; A Treatise on Electricity & Magnetism In a philosophical point of view, moreover, it is exceedingly important that two methods should be compared, both of which have succeeded in explaining the principal electromagnetic phenomena, and both of which have attempted to explain the propagation of light as.
The production of heat and light by electrical discharges: the manner in which chemical attractions are produced, destroyed, or modified by changes in the electrical states of bodies: and the late important discovery of the connection of magnetism with electricity [in ], have opened an extensive field of enquiry in physical science, and have rendered investigations concerning the nature of Author: Amy Fisher.Property is a general term for rules governing access to and control of land and other material resources.
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