WWW resources related to Newton
By their nature, these lists are probably incomplete already. Sites already
mentioned in the separate list of
portraits may not be included here as well.
I am using ``*'' to indicate links to large collections or collections which
are complete on their own terms (eg a list of all two dozen portraits of
Newton would get a star even if it was just one page.)
These are in no particular order except that Westfall wrote the
best biography of Newton in print. Figures in
brackets are the total number of characters in the HTML page.
I get a lot of mails asking for links to WWW resources about Newton's
Theology. These are all the links I have. Honest. I would welcome any more
about Newton, but not pages like ``Newton was a genius
and believed in x; therefore x is a true.'' In fact the
Atheism Web uses
Newton as an example of the fallacy of
The Scientific Revolution
(Most major figures have entries in the
of the Scientific Community: 16th and 17th Century,
of the 17th and 18th Centuries and/or
Calendars and Chronology
Ancient and contemporary texts
Most of these books were found using Alex, an index of
electronic texts on
However The On-line Books
Page is probably more up to date now.
Linguistic Reference Works
Libraries, Museums and Collections: Virtual and Real
With ``newton'' in the name
These make searching for isaac newton with
of a challenge.
© 1996 Andrew McNab.