Vexx wrote:AND does anyone know high the level required to read texts such as Newton, Isaac (1642-1727): Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, Optics (in Latin of course), or does this deserve another thread? Another specific one is Leibniz's discourse on Metaphysics. Basically the level for any of these sort of philosophical&maths related Latin texts??
Say i finish a course (like this book series) and pars I+II of LL, how long would this level take and how would i reach it?
furrykef wrote:Hence, reading the Principia would be a very bad idea for me because, not only does my Latin currently suck, but I also know little about calculus.
furreykef wrote:You'll have a much easier time reading about math, physics, etc. in Latin if you already understand the concepts in English.
Vexx wrote:Oh weird, why did i not see that comment Thersites!
furrykef wrote:Vexx wrote:Oh weird, why did i not see that comment Thersites!
It probably wasn't there. This is one of the problems with the moderation queue for new users on this site: it is very easy to miss posts in this way when they are posted out of order.
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