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Fri Mar 21 17:10:51 2014 UTClccn-n500413610.23Change and motion calculus made clear /0.710.93Traité des animaux où après avoir fait des observations critiques sur le sentiment de Descartes & sur celui de M. de Buffon, on entreprend d'expliquer leurs principales facultés /36915547Georges-Louis_Leclerc,_Comte_de_Buffonn 5004136176541Biuffon.Bi︠u︡ffon, Zhorzh Lui Lekler de, 1707-1788Buffon.Buffon, ..., 1707-1788Buffon, comte deBuffon Comte de 1707-1788Buffon, Conde deBuffon, de, count, 1707-1788Büffon, Georg Ludwig Leclerc von 1707-1788Büffon, George Louis de 1707-1788Buffon, George Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788Büffon, George Louis Leclerc de 1707-1788Buffon, Georges Louis, 1707-1788Buffon Georges-Louis de 1707-1788Büffon, Georges Louis Le Clerc von 1707-1788Buffon, Georges-Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, Count deBuffon, Georges-Louis Leclerc deBuffon, Georges-Louis LeClerc de 1707-1788Buffon, Georges-Louis-Marie Le Clerc 1707-1788Buffon, Giorgio 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1707-1788ビュフォン, ジョルジュ=ルイ・ルクレールlccn-n88087178Daubenton, Louis Jean Marieillclbctbedtlccn-n89645513Roger, Jacques1920-1990auiiveannothedtlccn-n79089957Jefferson, Thomas1743-1826lccn-n85233449Gerbi, Antonello1904-1976lccn-no91023715Pauw, Cornelius1739-1799lccn-n96045399Dugatkin, Lee Alan1962-viaf-22156296La CépèdeM. le comte de(Bernard Germain Etienne de La Ville sur Illon)1756-1825ctbedtlccn-n79144758Cuvier, Georgesbaron1769-1832arrctbviaf-5713480Otto, Bernhard Christianadptrledtcrelccn-nr99018997Castel, René-Richard1758-1832arredtBuffon, Georges Louis Leclerccomte de1707-1788Conference proceedingsBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryPictorial worksClassificationCatalogs and collectionsRecords and correspondenceBuffon, Georges Louis Leclerc,--comte de,Natural historyAmericaNaturalistsFranceLiteraturePauw, Cornelius,Attitude (Psychology)Learning and scholarshipJefferson, Thomas,Human beings--Effect of environment onLife sciencesCalculusPhilosophyEvolution 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Georges Louis LeclercHistoire naturelle, générale et particulière : avec la description du cabinet du royCatalogs and collectionsClassificationAnalyse: Illustrations (eau-forte, couleur, 19e s.)557190ocn008815860book18110.84Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercOeuvres complètes de Buffon : mises en ordre et précédées d'une notice historiquePictorial worksZoologie49064ocn642325299file17910.79Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercBuffon's Natural history, abridged. Including the history of the elements, the earth, and its component parts ... with a general view of the insect world. Illustrated with great variety of copper-plates, elegantly engraved+-+167385400544174ocn062904850book17990.79Castel, René Richard LouisHistoire naturelle de Buffon classée par ordres, genres et espèces, d'après le système de Linné avec les caractères génériques et la nomenclature Linnéenne34246ocn001015796book17800.88Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercNatural history, general and particularPictorial works+-+27931500362533ocn004003514book19780.84Miles, R. EGeometrical probability and biological structures, Buffon's 200th anniversary : proceedings of the Buffon Bicentenary Symposium on Geometrical Probability, Image Analysis, Mathematical Stereology, and Their Relevance to the Determination of Biological Structures, held in Paris, June 1977Conference proceedings23957ocn470871784book17700.86Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercHistoire naturelle des oiseauxPictorial works22962ocn003678823book17920.81Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercThe natural history of birdsPictorial works21116ocn642644893file17930.76Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercNatural history of birds fish, insects and reptiles. Embellished With upwards of Two Hundred Engravings. In five volumes.21085ocn026185973book18430.73Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercDiscours sur le styleRecords and correspondenceEste discurso fue pronunciado en la Academia Francesa el 25 de agosto de 1755, fecha en que George-Louis Leclerc, conde de Buffon fue recibido como miembro. Acaso por un gesto de reverencia hacia el original, hemos optado por reproducir el texto francés tal cual, sin modernizar términos y conservando las grafías del escritor así como las peculiaridades del francés de la época+-+03454676963242076ocn001658511book19540.86Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercŒuvres philosophiques20712ocn023396801book19710.81Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercDe l'homme.Dans l'Encyclopédie de Diderot et d'Alembert, l'anthropologie n'est nommée que comme une des parties de l'Anatomie : c'est proprement l'étude du corps humain. Le premier livre qui se propose de fonder une "science générale de l'homme" est l'Histoire naturelle de Buffon (1749). S'interrogeant sur l'individu et l'espèce, sur les caractères spécifiques de l'humanité, sur ses origines et son devenir, sur les rapports nature et culture, Buffon oriente toute la pensée des Lumières vers une nouvelle science de l'homme1635ocn421800110book20070.59Diderot, DenisŒuvresLorsque Buffon est nommé, en 1739, intendant du Jardin du roi, il conçoit presque aussitôt le projet d'une vaste histoire naturelle. Dès 1744, il annonce le plan de l'oeuvre, intitulée Histoire naturelle générale et particulière, qui doit comprendre 15 volumes. A sa mort 44 ans plus tard, 36 volumes ont été publiés, repris ici en partie1408ocn300758822book19840.66Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercHistoire naturelle13214ocn003751856book17620.79Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercLes époques de la natureHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc13011ocn536582118file17910.84Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercThe system of natural history12410ocn642158243file0.81Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercThe natural history of animals, vegetables, and minerals with the theory of the earth in general. Translated from the French of Count de Buffon. Intendant of the Royal Gardens in France ; Member of the French Academy, of the Academy of Sciences, and of the Royal Societies of London Berlin, &c. By W. Kenrick, L.L.D. and J. Murdoch.12446ocn014258284book17000.63Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercHistoire naturelle des minéraux1128ocn642411337file17850.70Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercNatural history general and particular, by the Count de Buffon, translated into English. Illustrated with above 300 copper-plates, and occasional notes and observations. By William Smellie, Member Of The Antiquarian And Royal Societies Of Edinburgh1078ocn642411330file17910.73Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercNatural history general and particular, by the Count de Buffon. Translated into English, illustrated with above three hundred copper-plates, and occasional notes and observations, by William Smellie, member of the Antiquarian and Royal Societies of Edinburgh8081ocn000631841book19730.56Gerbi, AntonelloThe dispute of the New World : the history of a polemic, 1750-1900 / by Antonello GerbiHistory+-+36351477357985ocn317923081book20090.39Dugatkin, Lee AlanMr. Jefferson and the giant moose : natural history in early AmericaHistoryCapturing the essence of the origin and evolution of the so-called "degeneracy debates," over whether the flora and fauna of America (including Native Americans) were naturally weaker and feebler than species elsewhere in the world, this book chronicles Thomas Jefferson's efforts to counter French conceptions of American degeneracy, culminating in his sending of a stuffed moose to Buffon+-+19641617756622ocn000534366book19720.56Fellows, OtisBuffon56813ocn002005197book19110.63Robinson, A. Mary FThe French ideal; Pascal, Fénelon, and other essays4711ocn036045918book19970.53Roger, JacquesBuffon : a life in natural historyBiographyGeorges-Louis Leclerc, comte de Buffon (1707-1788), was perhaps the most important of Charles Darwin's predecessors, Director of the Royal Botanical Garden, and certainly the premier French scientist of the Enlightenment. Buffon conducted experiments investigating a broad range of questions, from the burning effects of the sun's rays to the tensile strength of timber. His studies of plant life led to his creation of a renowned nursery, his zoological interests to his+-+33647965352922ocn007461745book19810.81From natural history to the history of nature : readings from Buffon and his criticsHistoryBiography2331ocn050997584visu20010.23Starbird, Michael PChange and motion calculus made clearOne of the greatest achievements of the human mind is calculus, deserving a place in the pantheon of monumental human accomplishments. Calculus, separately invented by Newton and Leibniz, is one of the most fruitful strategies ever devised for analyzing the world. Yet for all its computational power, calculus is the exploration of just two ideas--the derivative and the integral--both of which arise from a commonsense analysis of motion. For those of us who didn't continue in mathematics, this great achievement remains a closed door. In these lectures, Professor Starbird opens the door and makes calculus accessible1741ocn046985295book20010.86Loveland, JeffRhetoric and natural history : Buffon in polemical and literary contextCriticism, interpretation, etc1682ocn011533598book19830.86Gascar, PierreBuffonBiographyHistoire, biographies1561ocn021493585book19890.81Roger, JacquesBuffon : un philosophe au Jardin du RoiBiography+-+40177586773241214ocn008210770book18440.92Flourens, PBuffon histoire de ses travaux et de ses idéesBiography1173ocn708324042book19920.88Buffon 88Buffon 88 actes du colloque international pour le bicentenaire de la mort de Buffon, Paris, Montbard, Dijon (14-22 juin 1988)Conference proceedings1103ocn001611823book19660.90Hanks, LesleyBuffon avant "l'histoire naturelle"Bibliography1044ocn004817425book19110.76Butler, SamuelEvolution, old and new ; or, the theories of Buffon, Dr. Erasmus Darwin, and Lamarck, as compared with that of Mr. Charles DarwinHistory"Of all the questions now engaging the attention of those whose destiny has commanded them to take more or less exercise of mind, I know of none more interesting than that which deals with what is called teleology--that is to say, with design or purpose, as evidenced by the different parts of animals and plants. The question may be briefly stated thus: Can we or can we not see signs in the structure of animals and plants, of something which carries with it the idea of contrivance so strongly that it is impossible for us to think of the structure, without at the same time thinking of contrivance, or design, in connection with it? It is my object in the present work to answer this question in the affirmative, and to lead my reader to agree with me, perhaps mainly, by following the history of that opinion which is now supposed to be fatal to a purposive view of animal and vegetable organs. I refer to the theory of evolution or descent with modification"--Book. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved)1033ocn002577729book19520.88Paris (France)Buffon9912ocn002707142book18500.86Flourens, PHistoire des travaux et des idées de BuffonBiography912ocn003488109book19770.86Buffon, Georges Louis LeclercUn autre Buffon863ocn004098427book19190.92Dimier, LouisBuffon852ocn003485309book19770.88Gaillard, YannBuffon : biographie imaginaire et réelleBiography732ocn004712381book17550.93Condillac, Etienne Bonnot deTraité des animaux où après avoir fait des observations critiques sur le sentiment de Descartes & sur celui de M. de Buffon, on entreprend d'expliquer leurs principales facultés+-+2793150036+-+2793150036Fri Mar 21 15:45:59 EDT 2014batch130390