This wonderful book is at once deeply informed and surpassingly lucid. I can find nothing in it to criticize.—Katherine Dunlop, The Journal of the International Society for the History of Philosophy of Science—
This book offers a detailed and well-documented original view of Newton’s conceptions, strengths and weaknesses, clearly and vividly exposed.
, Mathematical Reviews
This book will become a classic. I recommend it very highly to any reader with interests in the history of mathematics, the history of science, or the philosophical issues emerging from mathematical and scientific practice.
, American Scientist