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Your Humble Servant, Is. Newton

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Published on Mar 17, 2014

Almost fifty years ago, Cambridge University Press published the correspondence of Isaac Newton, a seven-volume, 3000-page collection of letters that provides insight into this great, if difficult, genius. William Dunham shares his favorite examples of Newton as correspondent. He ends with Newton's most-quoted line about standing on the shoulders of giants and how his search for its place of origin led him, improbably, to a library in Philadelphia. Read more about this MAA Distinguished Lecture here: http://bit.ly/1fkUnV1

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