One of the most important and influential scientific minds of all time, Isaac Newton (1643-1727) stands among the ranks of Galileo and Copernicus as men who changed the face of scientific discovery forever. The creator of the “three laws of motion” was not only a scientist, but a natural philosopher, mathematician, and theologian whose writings would significantly influence the coming Enlightenment.
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