Antonio Schinella Conti
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Antonio Schinella Conti (1677 – 1749) was an Italian historian, mathematician, philosopher and physicist.
- H. G. Alexander, ed., The Leibniz-Clarke Correspondence (Manchester University Press, 1956), Appendix B.1: "Leibniz and Newton to Conti", pp. 184–188.
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