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On the introduction of higher mathematics to French engineering schools in the mid-eighteenth century, see Alder 1999. According to Brockliss, Gabled “tutored” Laplace, though it is unclear whether this refers to formal lecturing or individual tuition. 68. Jungnikel and McCormmach 1986, 45 – 46, 51–52. 69 This form of passing knowledge from one generation to the next could only produce a small number of able analysts and made their de facto mathematical training extremely reliant on those individuals and books that they chanced to find.

Entering the House of Theory We can put some of the above remarks into more concrete form by comparing J. H. Poynting’s paper on energy flow in the electromagnetic field with his attempt to answer Rayleigh’s examination question of 1876 (figs. 3). The two documents are in several respects polar opposites. Whereas we cannot tell how long Poynting spent redrafting and revising the former, we know exactly where and when the latter was written and (within a matter of minutes) how long it took to write.

Jungnikel and McCormmach 1986, 45 – 46, 51–52. 69 This form of passing knowledge from one generation to the next could only produce a small number of able analysts and made their de facto mathematical training extremely reliant on those individuals and books that they chanced to find. Mixed mathematics in Britain developed somewhat differently over the eighteenth century from its Continental counterpart. British mathematicians used Newton’s fluxional calculus (rather than the d-notation due to Leibniz) and stuck with the mechanical principles used by Newton in the Principia.

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