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By June 1661, Newton was committed to Trinity College at Cambridge University. He ignored the traditional course work, which was based on Greek philosopher Aristotle, and read many of the great scientific books of the day. Since he also found the work of Greek geometer Euclid of Alexandria to be"trifling""(trivial), he instead read the works of German astronomer and mathematician Johannes Kepler, French Algebraist and philosopher Rene Desciates, and Italian Galileo among many others...

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Since he also found the work of Greek geometer Euclid of Alexandria to be"trifling""(trivial), he instead read the works of German astronomer and mathematician Johannes Kepler, French Algebraist and philosopher Rene Desciates, and Italian Galileo among many others...

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