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1 Philosophy 167: Class 12 - Part 10 - The Moon Test: Concluding that the Moon Isn't Influenced by Terrestrial Gravity. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 12 - Part 10 - The Moon Test: Concluding that the Moon Isn't Influenced by Terrestrial Gravity.
2 Philosophy 167: Class 12 - Part 11 - Two Proposed Accounts of the Purpose of the Moon Test: to Establish Universal Gravity, and to Establish Copernicanism over Tychonism. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 12 - Part 11 - Two Proposed Accounts of the Purpose of the Moon Test: to Establish Universal Gravity, and to Establish Copernicanism over Tychonism.
3 Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 10 - De Motu Corporum in Gyrum: Problem 3. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 10 - De Motu Corporum in Gyrum: Problem 3.
4 Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 11 - The Original, Handwritten De Motu: Replacing 'Gravitatis' with 'Vis Centripetae'. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 11 - The Original, Handwritten De Motu: Replacing 'Gravitatis' with 'Vis Centripetae'.
5 Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 12 - A Controversial Scholium in De Motu: Deriving the Ellipse from the Inverse Square. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 12 - A Controversial Scholium in De Motu: Deriving the Ellipse from the Inverse Square.
6 Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 13 - De Motu Corporum in Gyrum: Theorem 4, Problem 4, and Two Key Scholia. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 13 - De Motu Corporum in Gyrum: Theorem 4, Problem 4, and Two Key Scholia.
7 Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 16 - The Principal Accomplishments of De Motu: Keplerian Motion, Galilean Motion, and the Connection Between Mathematical Results and the Actual World. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 16 - The Principal Accomplishments of De Motu: Keplerian Motion, Galilean Motion, and the Connection Between Mathematical Results and the Actual World.
8 Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 3 - Newton-Flamsteed Correspondence: Flamsteed's Proposed Account of Cometary Motion, and Newton's Response. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 3 - Newton-Flamsteed Correspondence: Flamsteed's Proposed Account of Cometary Motion, and Newton's Response.
9 Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 4 - Further Newton-Flamsteed Correspondence Concerning the 1680/1681 Comet: Flamsteed's Calculations of the Comet's Trajectory, and Newton's Response. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 4 - Further Newton-Flamsteed Correspondence Concerning the 1680/1681 Comet: Flamsteed's Calculations of the Comet's Trajectory, and Newton's Response.
10 Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 5 - Transitioning Towards Universal Gravity: Newton's Evolving Thought on Cometary Motion. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 5 - Transitioning Towards Universal Gravity: Newton's Evolving Thought on Cometary Motion.
11 Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 6 - Priority Dispute Over Inverse Square: the Conflict Between Newton and Hooke, and the Incipience of De Motu. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 6 - Priority Dispute Over Inverse Square: the Conflict Between Newton and Hooke, and the Incipience of De Motu.
12 Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 7 - Generalizing Uniform Circular Motion: Hooke's Proposal Concerning Centripetal Forces, and Theorem 1 of De Motu. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 7 - Generalizing Uniform Circular Motion: Hooke's Proposal Concerning Centripetal Forces, and Theorem 1 of De Motu.
13 Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 8 - De Motu Corporum in Gyrum: Definitions, Hypotheses, and a Comparison with Horologium Oscillatorium. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 8 - De Motu Corporum in Gyrum: Definitions, Hypotheses, and a Comparison with Horologium Oscillatorium.
14 Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 9 - De Motu Corporum in Gyrum: Problem 1 and Problem 2. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 13 - Part 9 - De Motu Corporum in Gyrum: Problem 1 and Problem 2.
15 Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 1 - A Summary of De Motu Corporum in Gyrum: Principal Results, and the Loose Ends that Led to the Principia. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 1 - A Summary of De Motu Corporum in Gyrum: Principal Results, and the Loose Ends that Led to the Principia.
16 Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 10 - Further Revisions to De Motu: Select Laws in Cedentibus, and the Notion of Mass. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 10 - Further Revisions to De Motu: Select Laws in Cedentibus, and the Notion of Mass.
17 Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 11 - How Newton Discovered the Law of Gravity: the Accepted View, and a Variant of It as Presented in De Motu Corporum, Liber Secundus. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 11 - How Newton Discovered the Law of Gravity: the Accepted View, and a Variant of It as Presented in De Motu Corporum, Liber Secundus.
18 Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 12 - Universal Gravity: a Sequence of Increasingly Implausible Claims. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 12 - Universal Gravity: a Sequence of Increasingly Implausible Claims.
19 Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 13 - A Summary of the Progression to Newton's Principia: Milestones, Questions Raised, and Three Revolutions in Evidence. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 13 - A Summary of the Progression to Newton's Principia: Milestones, Questions Raised, and Three Revolutions in Evidence.
20 Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 2 - De Motu Sphaericorum Corporum in Fluidis: a New Version of De Motu Corporum in Gyrum, and Five Laws. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 2 - De Motu Sphaericorum Corporum in Fluidis: a New Version of De Motu Corporum in Gyrum, and Five Laws.
21 Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 4 - The Copernican Scholium: Inordinate Complexity in the Actual Planetary Motions, and the Difficulty of Determining Correct Keplerian Orbits. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 4 - The Copernican Scholium: Inordinate Complexity in the Actual Planetary Motions, and the Difficulty of Determining Correct Keplerian Orbits.
22 Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 5 - The Copernican Scholium: a Proof of the Inordinate Complexity, Without the Notion of Universal Gravity. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 5 - The Copernican Scholium: a Proof of the Inordinate Complexity, Without the Notion of Universal Gravity.
23 Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 6 - A Second New Scholium in Fluidis: Problems 4 and 5, and the Moon Test Revisited. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 6 - A Second New Scholium in Fluidis: Problems 4 and 5, and the Moon Test Revisited.
24 Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 7 - Newton-Flamsteed Correspondence: Flamsteed on the Puzzlingly Regular Motions of the Jovian Moons, and Newton on the Possible Interaction Between Jupiter and Saturn. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 7 - Newton-Flamsteed Correspondence: Flamsteed on the Puzzlingly Regular Motions of the Jovian Moons, and Newton on the Possible Interaction Between Jupiter and Saturn.
25 Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 8 - Newton-Flamsteed Correspondence: Flamsteed on the Lack of Observed Interaction Between Jupiter and Saturn, and Newton's Concern with Jupiter's Discrepancy from the 3/2 Power Rule. Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-
2014
  • Philosophy 167: Class 14 - Part 8 - Newton-Flamsteed Correspondence: Flamsteed on the Lack of Observed Interaction Between Jupiter and Saturn, and Newton's Concern with Jupiter's Discrepancy from the 3/2 Power Rule.