Newton on the Net: an Update


  • John Young Imperial College / Newton Project



Isaac Newton, electronic resources, manuscripts, Newton Project


This article, as his title shows, is an actualization of the first “Newton on the net”. It tries to summaries the new challenges the Newton Project has had to face, particularly the research on software engineering necessary to make reliable the manuscript output together to the scholarly commentary.

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How to Cite

Young, J. (2007). Newton on the Net: an Update. Estudios De Filosofía, (35), 269–274.



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