Author:Isaac Barrow

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Isaac Barrow
(1630–1677)

English Christian theologian, and mathematician, Inaugural occupier of the Lucasian chair

Isaac Barrow

Works[edit]

  • Euclidis Elementa (1655)
  • Euclidis Data (1657)
  • Mathematicæ Lectiones (1664–6)
  • Lectiones Opticorum Phænomenon (1669)
  • Lectiones Opticæ et Geometricæ (1670), in 2 vols.
(tr.) Geometrical Lectures: Explaining the Generation, Nature and Properties of Curve Lines (1735), translated by Edmund Stone
  • Archimedis Opera ()
  • Apollonii Conicorum lib. iv. ()
  • Theodosii Sphærica nova methodo illustrata et succincte demonstrata (1675)
  • Lectio in qua Theoremata Archimedis de sphæra et cylindro per methodum indivisibilium investigata … exhibentur (1678)

Collected works[edit]

Works about Barrow[edit]


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