Author:Baden Powell

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Baden Powell
(1796–1860)
British mathematician; Savilian professor of geometry

father of Baden Henry Baden-Powell, Warington Baden-Powell, Sir George Smyth Baden-Powell, Francis (Frank) Smyth Baden-Powell, Robert Baden-Powell, Agnes Baden-Powell, Baden Baden-Powell

Baden Powell

Works[edit]

  • A short elementary treatise on experimental and mathematical optics. 1833 (external scan)
  • History of natural philosophy from the earliest periods to the present time, 1834 (external scan)
  • An historical view of the progress of the physical and mathematical sciences, from the earliest ages to the present times, 1834 (external scan)
  • The connexion of natural and divine truth: or, The study of the inductive philosophy, 1838 (external scan)
  • A general and elementary view of the undulatory theory, as applied to the dispersion of light, 1841 (external scan)
  • Tradition unveiled, 1841 short work (external scan)
  • On a new case of the interference of light, 1848 short work (external scan)
  • (ed.) Lectures on Polarized Light: Together with a Lecture on the Microscope, 1854 (external scan)
  • Essays on the spirit of the inductive philosophy, the unity of worlds and the philosophy of creation, 1855 (external scan)
  • Biographies of Scientific Men, by François Arago 1859 (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • The order of nature, 1859 (external scan)
  • Christianity without Judaism, 1866 (external scan)

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