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Published **October 24, 2005**
by Harvard University Press .

Written in English

- Biography: general,
- History of mathematics,
- History of science,
- c 1700 to c 1800,
- c 1800 to c 1900,
- History,
- Biography / Autobiography,
- Biography & Autobiography,
- Scientists,
- Biography/Autobiography,
- France,
- Laplace, Pierre Simon,,
- Scientists - General,
- Biography & Autobiography / Science & Technology,
- marquis de,,
- 1749-1827,
- Biography,
- Mathematicians,
- Physicists

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Hardcover |

Number of Pages | 322 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL7691609M |

ISBN 10 | 0674018923 |

ISBN 10 | 9780674018921 |

Pierre-Simon Laplace was among the most influential scientists in history. Often referred to as the lawgiver of French science, he is known for his technical contributions to exact science, for the philosophical point of view he developed in the presentation of his work, and for the leading part he took in forming the modern discipline of mathematical physics/5(5). Pierre-Simon Laplace was among the most influential scientists in history. Often referred to as the lawgiver of French science, he is known for his technical contributions to exact science, for the philosophical point of view he developed in the presentation of his work, and for the leading part he took in forming the modern discipline of mathematical s: 1. Often referred to as the Newton of France, Pierre Simon Laplace has been called the greatest scientist of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. In this compact biography, Hahn illuminates the man in his historical setting. Elegantly written, Pierre Simon Laplace reflects a lifetime of thinking and research by a distinguished historian of science on the fortunes of a singularly. Pierre-Simon Laplace's father, Pierre Laplace, was comfortably well off in the cider e's mother, Marie-Anne Sochon, came from a fairly prosperous farming family who owned land at Tourgéville. Many accounts of Laplace say his family were 'poor farming people' or 'peasant farmers' but these seem to be rather inaccurate although there is little evidence of academic achievement except.

Pierre-Simon Laplace, Charles Coulston Gillispie. Pierre-Simon Laplace was among the most influential scientists in history. Often referred to as the lawgiver of French science, he is known for his technical contributions to exact science, for the philosophical point of view he developed in the presentation of his work, and for. Often referred to as the Newton of France, Pierre Simon Laplace has been called the greatest scientist of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. He affirmed the stability of the solar system and offered a powerful hypothesis about its origins. A skillful mathematician and popular philosopher, Laplace also did pioneering work on probability theory, in devising a method of inverse. The Hardcover of the Pierre Simon Laplace, A Determined Scientist by Roger Hahn at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be : Pierre Simon Laplace ( - ) From `A Short Account of the History of Mathematics' (4th edition, ) by W. W. Rouse Ball. Pierre Simon Laplace was born at Beaumont-en-Auge in Normandy on Ma , and died at Paris on March 5, He was the son of a small cottager or perhaps a farm-labourer, and owed his education to the interest excited in some wealthy neighbours by his.

Pierre-Simon Laplace was among the most influential scientists in history. Often referred to as the lawgiver of French science, he is known for his technical contributions to exact science, for the philosophical point of view he developed in the presentation of his work, and for the leading part he took in forming the modern discipline of. The Paperback of the Pierre-Simon Laplace, A Life in Exact Science by Charles Coulston Gillispie at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping Brand: Princeton University Press. Get this from a library! Pierre Simon Laplace, a determined scientist. [Roger Hahn] -- "Often referred to as the Newton of France, Pierre Simon Laplace has been called the greatest scientist of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. He affirmed the stability of the solar. Théorie analytique des probabilités; by Laplace, Pierre Simon, marquis de, Publication date Topics Probabilities Publisher Paris, Ve. Courcier Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. I. Calcul des fonctions génératricesII. Théorie.

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