By James Jurin
Geometry No Friend to Infidelity, or, A Defence of Sir Isaac Newton and the British Mathematicians, by James Jurin is available here in the following formats:
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The text is based on the original 1734 edition.
Geometry no Friend to Infidelity; or a Defence of Sir Isaac Newton and the British Mathematicians, by `Philalethes Cantabrigiensis' (Dr. James Jurin, a noted Cambridge scientist and physician) was written in reply to George Berkeley's The Analyst. Berkeley responded to Jurin with A Defence of Free-Thinking in Mathematics. Jurin in turn responded with The Minute Mathematician. A controversy subsequently developed between James Jurin and Benjamin Robins in the pages of The Present State of the Republick of Letters.