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John Collins

(1625—1683) mathematician and scientific administrator


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(1625–83)

Collins was born at Wood Eaton, Oxfordshire on 5 March 1625, and died in London on 10 November 1683. At age thirteen he was apprenticed to the Oxford bookseller ...

Subjects: Philosophy — Economics.


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