The rhetoric of Sir Isaac Newton's Principia: a rejection of Cartesianism

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1992
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Fite, Charles
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John H. Hugge
Dale H. Rose
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Because of its vital role in scientific discovery, scientific writing and its role in scientific discourse have, in recent years, been recognized by rhetorical theorists as a legitimate avenue of study. One of the most interesting and important methods of understanding scientific discourse is to study its origins and development over the years.

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