52 London Road
Brighton, England BN1 4JD

Rob Iliffe (University of Sussex)

"Few people are generally aware that Isaac Newton (1642-1727) believed that his most significant scientific research concerned the relationship between the mind and the body, rather than mathematical physics of the Principia. By understanding how we moved our own bodies, Newton believed that we could understand both how God had created the world, and also how he intervened in the cosmos on a daily basis. This private research embraced his early alchemical work as well as later work written up in drafts of the 'Queries' to the various editions of his Opticks."

7:30 for 8pm start.

Meetings are FREE (although a contribution to expenses is appreciated)

Official Website: http://www.cafe-scientifique-brighton.org.uk/

Added by dallaway on May 7, 2009



Please note: there's a change of venue for this event only, back to upstairs at the Branch Tavern. Back to the regular venue next time.