Take a peek at this manuscript. Can you figure out who wrote it, where it was published, or when? (Hint on the when: look to the bottom, learn your Roman numerals!) (Hint on the who: kind of a big deal). Look at the first four words. Try to translate, using the vocab provided below the image. Also – what seems to be going on in the drawing?! Good luck.

philosophia, philosophiae – philosophy

naturalis, naturalis – natural (adjective)

principium, principii – beginning

matematicus, a, um – mathematical (also an adjective)

### Like this:

Like Loading...

*Related*

When: 1760

Who: Tomus Secundus

Where: Genevae

-Tiffany

the philosophy of beginning mathematics is the translation -Tiffany

No its The Philosophy of Natural beginning mathematics hahah

Issac Newton wrote it. It was published it on July 5, 1687.

publish in Geneva, made in 1760 Made by Isic Newtin. Translation: Mathmatical princibal of natural phlosophy

Isaac Newton: author

1750: published

Geneva: where

It was made in 1740 by Isaac Newton.

Published in Germany?

Philosophy is mathematical with nature and the beginning???

1,760 years ago?

It was was published in what is now Geneva

Did Isaaco Newtono write it?

There’s a girl in the picture, and little flying angels??

From: Kathryn

Philosophies of Nature Mathematical Beginnings, Written by Isaac Newton, Published in 1740 in Geneva, There are little Cupids using early mathematics e.g. geometry.

Isaac Newton

Geneva

Mathematical Philosophy of Natural Beginning

1740

Cherubs are taking measurements and observing the world while a sort of mother figure watches them.

The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy

1790

Isaac newton in the picture. There is construction going on and the manuscript was written in 1740

Isaac newton wrote it. In the picture there is construction going on and the manuscript was written in 1740

Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy. Isaac Newton. Geneva. 1740. It shows angelic figures and other beings discovering various mathematical principles and comprehending concepts with the use of devices such as protractors and compasses.