|Other titles||The wonders that may be performed by mechanicall geometry|
|Statement||In two books. Concerning mechanicall povvers, motions. Being one of the most easie, pleasant, usefull, (and yet most neglected) part of mathematicks. Not before treated of in this language. By I.W., M.A.|
|Contributions||I.W., W., I., Andrade, Edward Neville da Costa, 1887- (association)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 295 p.|
|Number of Pages||295|
Mathematicall magick Or, The wonders that may be performed by mechanicall geometry. In two books. Concerning mechanicall powers. motions. Being one of the most easie, pleasant, usefull, (and yet most neglected) part of mathematicks. Not before treated of Author Wilkins John Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used Binding Hardcover Publisher. Try the new Google Books. eBook - FREE. Get this book in print. AbeBooks; On Demand Books; Amazon; Find in a library; All sellers» Mathematical Magick: Or, The Wonders that May be Performed by Mechanical Geometry. John Wilkins. R. Baldwin, - Mathematics - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book» What people are saying. Mathematicall Magick proclaims itself the first text on mechanics written in English. Using ideas indebted to classical authorities like Archimedes, Wilkins defends the intellectual importance of tools usually associated with workmen. Wilkins describes ingenious, labour-saving applications of simple devices like screws and pulleys. The first part explains the . This throws further light on the division of the Mathematicall Magick in its two books: Archimedes and Daedalus can be understood to exemplify complementary aspects of man's likeness to God, respectively reason and skill. 70 As we pointed out, the Archimedean wonders of the first book have become explicitly mathematical in nature — they are.
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