Ralph A. Hartmann (editor), “Philosophies of Language and Linguistics: Plato, Aristotle, Saussure, Wittgenstein, Bloomfield, Russell, Quine, Searle, Chomsky & Pinker”, 2016.

Harrison Horblit’s Ralph A. Hartmann, “Philosophies of Language and Linguistics: Plato, Aristotle, Saussure, Wittgenstein, Bloomfield, Russell, Quine, Searle, Chomsky, and Pinker on language and its systematic study”, 2016 was a nonfiction science book on linguistics philosophers.  Harrison Horblit’s, “100 Books Famous in the History of Science”, 1964 does not have linguistic science books.  This blog post … Continue reading Ralph A. Hartmann (editor), “Philosophies of Language and Linguistics: Plato, Aristotle, Saussure, Wittgenstein, Bloomfield, Russell, Quine, Searle, Chomsky & Pinker”, 2016.

Andrew Nelson, “Japanese-English Character Dictionary (Revised edition)”, 1997.

  Andrew Nelson, “Japanese-English Character Dictionary (Revised edition)”, 1997 was a work of lexicography on Japanese kanji characters.  Japanese kanji’s was the topic of earlier blog posts.  Kanji by stroke order; and, Japanese and English readings are in the earlier posts.  Andrew Nelson, “Japanese-English Character Dictionary (Revised edition)”, 1997 is a highly regarded publication for … Continue reading Andrew Nelson, “Japanese-English Character Dictionary (Revised edition)”, 1997.

Charles W. Leadbeater, “The Chakras”, 1927.

Eidonomy (external morphology) and anatomy  (internal morphology) are distinctly, different subjects; and, eidonomy  is the core of Oriental traditions. Here I present Charles W. Leadbeater, “The Chakras”, 1927 a book on chakras (Indian) and meridians (Chinese).  I equate “meridians” and “chakras” here as similar (if not identical) ideas.  Eidonomy is the basis for both  “chakras” … Continue reading Charles W. Leadbeater, “The Chakras”, 1927.

Isaac Newton, “The Principia: Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy”, 1687.

Isaac Newton, “The Principia: Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy”, 1687 was a mathematical science book.  Gilles de Roberval, “Roberval Balance”, 1669 was the topic of an earlier blog post on the “weighing of mass”.  Isaac Newton takes the “weight of mass” into the universal “gravitation of mass” discovery in Isaac Newton, “The Principia: Mathematical Principles … Continue reading Isaac Newton, “The Principia: Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy”, 1687.

Gilles de Roberval (1602-1675), “Roberval Balance”, 1669.

1669 in Paris FRANCE, Gilles de Roberval presented to the French Academy of Sciences the “Roberval Balance”  which was a weighing scale.  The nonfiction, science booklet by Jesse Russell, and Ronald Cohn, “Roberval Balance”, 2012 is a recount of this historic invention. Gilles de Roberval was a mathematician; and, the weighing of masses accurately was … Continue reading Gilles de Roberval (1602-1675), “Roberval Balance”, 1669.