Isaac Newton - James Gleick

Isaac Newton

By James Gleick

  • Category Genre: Biographies & Memoirs
  • Release Date: 2003-05-13
  • Author: James Gleick
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Isaac Newton was born in a stone farmhouse in 1642, fatherless and unwanted by his mother. When he died in London in 1727 he was so renowned he was given a state funeral—an unheard-of honor for a subject whose achievements were in the realm of the intellect. During the years he was an irascible presence at Trinity College, Cambridge, Newton imagined properties of nature and gave them names—mass, gravity, velocity—things our science now takes for granted. Inspired by Aristotle, spurred on by Galileo’s discoveries and the philosophy of Descartes, Newton grasped the intangible and dared to take its measure, a leap of the mind unparalleled in his generation.

James Gleick, the author of Chaos and Genius, and one of the most acclaimed science writers of his generation, brings the reader into Newton’s reclusive life and provides startlingly clear explanations of the concepts that changed forever our perception of bodies, rest, and motion—ideas so basic to the twenty-first century, it can truly be said: We are all Newtonians.

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  • Great, quick read.

    5
    By Goth_ik
    This novel covers a broad, general scope of Sir Isaac Newton's life. I finished the novel in 10 hours, and I would recommend it to anyone. It was a great read.

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