On the harmony of the comprehensible world

  • 1845
London: [Richards]

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Creator
Sapere aude
Date
1845
Publisher
London: [Richards]
Language
English
Description of Original
1 volume (various pagings) : charts, folded plates
Location of Original
University of Wisconsin—Madison. Libraries. Department of Special Collections : Transfer (Reading Room) LA H28
For Staff
METS

Available Contents

  1. [Cover]
  2. [Title Page]
  3. Preface
  4. General table of contents
  5. Essay I. On the graduated self-development of some formal ideas, which are generated in the human mind by the innate power of its reason, without reference to the phenomena of the material world
  6. Section I. Introduction
  7. Section II
  8. Section III
  9. Section IV
  10. Section V
  11. Section VI
  12. Section VII
  13. Section VIII
  14. Section IX
  15. Plate 1
  16. [Section IX, continued]
  17. Section X
  18. Section XI
  19. Section XII
  20. Section XIII
  21. Section XIV
  22. Plate 2
  23. Plate 3
  24. [Section XIV, continued]
  25. Section XV
  26. Section XVI
  27. Essay II. Outlines of a physical theory
  28. Section I. Introductory
  29. Section II
  30. Plate 4
  31. [Section II, continued]
  32. Section III
  33. Section IV
  34. Section V
  35. Section VI
  36. Section VII
  37. Section VIII
  38. Section IX
  39. Section X
  40. Section XI
  41. Section XII
  42. Section XIII
  43. Section XIV
  44. Section XV
  45. Section XVI
  46. Section XVII
  47. Section XVIII
  48. Section XIX
  49. Section XX
  50. Essay III. Outlines of a geometrically-originated series of numbers
  51. Chapter I. Section I
  52. Section II
  53. Section III
  54. Section IV
  55. Chapter II. Section I
  56. Section II
  57. Chapter III. Section I
  58. Section II
  59. Section III
  60. Chapter IV. Section I
  61. Section II
  62. Section III
  63. Chapter V. Section I
  64. Section II
  65. Section III
  66. Section IV
  67. Chapter VI. Section I
  68. Section II
  69. Section III
  70. Book II. On the harmony developed by applying a mathematically-generated system of numbers to the abstract series of formal images, by which those numbers were originally suggested
  71. Book II. Introduction
  72. Chap. I. Section I
  73. Section II
  74. Section III
  75. Section IV
  76. Chapter II. Section I
  77. Section II
  78. Plate III
  79. Chapter III. Section I
  80. Section II
  81. Section III
  82. Section IV
  83. Chapter IV. Section I
  84. Section II
  85. Section III
  86. Essay IV. On the most obvious method of applying the geometrically-derived series of numbers to chemical phenomena
  87. Section I
  88. Section II
  89. Section III
  90. Section IV
  91. Section V
  92. Plate 5
  93. [Cover]