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An epitome of the elementary principles of natural and experimental philosophy: part the first, comprehending the general properties of matter, mechanics, pneumatics, acoustics, hydrostatics, hydraulics, and a copious account of the invention, progress, and present state of the steam engine: being the substance of a course of lectures on these subjects, delivered at the Royal and London.
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Part the First [all published]. Comprehending the general Properties of Matter, Mechanics, Pneumatics, Acoustics, Hydrostatics, Hydraulics. An epitome of the elementary principles of natural and experimental philosophy / (London: The author, ), by John Millington (page images at HathiTrust) A text book of elementary mechanics, for the use of colleges and schools, (New York, J.
Wiley and sons, ). An Epitome of the Elementary Principles of Natural and Experimental Philosophy. Part the First [all published] Comprehending the General Properties of Matter, Mechanics, Pneumatics, Acoustics, Hydrostatics, Hydraulics, and a Copious Account of the Invention, Progress, and Present State of the Steam Engine.
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Minor punctuation inconsistencies have been silently repaired. The author's corrections, additions and comments have been applied in the text and are indicated like s made by the transcriber are indicated like this and a list can be found at the end of the book.
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TRANSLATOR’S PREFACE. Kant’s Science of Right 1 is a complete exposition of the Philosophy of Law, viewed as a rational investigation of the fundamental Principles of Jurisprudence. It was published in ,2 as the First Part of his Metaphysic of Morals, 3 the promised sequel and completion of the Foundation for a Metaphysic of Morals, 4 published in How to Read a Book by Mortimer Adler and Charles Van Doren With half a million copies in print, How to Read a Book is the best and most successful guide to reading comprehension for the general reader, completely rewritten and updated with new material.
It is with the second book that the Essay on the Human Understanding properly begins; and this book is the first considerable contribution in modern times towards the experimental* philosophy of the human mind.
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