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Letters from Dr. James Gregory of Edinburgh, in defence of his Essay on the difference of the relation between motive and action and that of cause and effect in physics, with replies, by Alex. Letters from Dr. James Gregory of Edinburgh, in Defence of His Essay on the Difference of the Relation Between Motive and Action and That of Cause and Height : . 2 In Length : . 0 In Width : . 0 In Weight : . 3 lbs Letters from Dr. James Gregory of Edinburgh, in Defence of His Essay on the Difference of the Relation Between Motive.

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of the Relation Between Motive and Action and that of Cause and Effect in Physics, with Replies, by Alex. Сторінка 421 - The change of motion is proportional to the motive force impressed; and is made in the direction of the right line in which that force is impressed

Letters from Dr. James Gregory of Edinburgh: In Defence of His Essay on the Difference of the Relation Between Motive and Action and that of Cause and Effect in Physics, with Replies, by Alex. R. Hunter, 1819 - 427 стор. Сторінка 421 - The change of motion is proportional to the motive force impressed; and is made in the direction of the right line in which that force is impressed. З’являється у 297 книгах від 1729 до 2008. Сторінка 332 - Sir, are you so grossly ignorant of human nature, as not to know that a man may be very sincere in good principles, without having good practice?‎

Gregory, James, 1753-1821.

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GREGORY, JAMES (1753–1821), professor of medicine at Edinburgh University, son of John Gregory (1724-1773), was born at Aberdeen in January 1753. He was educated at Aberdeen and Edinburgh, and also studied for a short time at Christ Church, Oxford. He gained considerable classical knowledge, wrote Latin easily and well, and was always ready with apt Latin quotations, which often served him well in controversy. In the winter of 1773-4 he studied at St. George's Hospital.

1 & 2: Philosophical and Literary Essays (1792); Vol . James Gregory of Edinburgh, in Defence of his Essay on the Difference of the Relation between Motive and Action and that of Cause and Effect in Physics: with Replies by the Rev. Alex. Bookseller Inventory meg0001. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: Philosophical and Literary Essays, and. James Gregory of EdinburghIn Defence of His Essay on the Difference of the Relation Between Motive and Action and That of Cause and Effect in Physics; With Repliesby Alex; Crombie. Twenty-Second Report of Her Majesty’s Civil Service r With Appendicesby Great Britain Civil Service Commission.

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