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The leaf in question is Q2, containing pages 123 and 124. There are two types of di¤erences between the original text (on the cancellandum) and the corrected text (on the cancel). The most important of these is the order of the two paragraphs at the top of page 124, which were reversed. ’’ What follows at once is the next ‘‘Experiment,’’ listed as ‘‘Exper. ’’ In the uncorrected version, the penultimate paragraph refers to the ‘‘Experiment as follows,’’ 28 I. Bernard Cohen but what follows is not the new experiment but another paragraph that is part of the previous discussion.
In an age of growing acrimonious controversy over priority of discovery, it was important to establish one’s priority. We can surmise that Newton must have been torn between his wish to guarantee his priority and his fear of exposing himself by open publication. I believe that he adopted a somewhat similar compromise when he decided to publish the Opticks in English rather than in Latin and to issue this work without his name on the title page, identifying himself by the initials ‘‘I. ’’ at the end of the preface.
In the Principia the rules have the function of linking together the particular phenomena in the same manner that the rules of the Treatise assemble the meanings of scriptural language. Both are linked to the laws and to the method of invention as described by Sanderson, rather than to mathematical analysis or synthesis. For this reason it is possible to ﬁnd a correspondence between the regulae philosophandi and the rules of the Treatise, notwithstanding the great temporal gap between them. 1 describes the conceptual links and analogies among the laws of Sanderson’s logic, the rules of the Treatise on the Apocalypse, and the regulae philosophandi.