Rather than being a listing of actual theories or experimental observations on the science of physics, Aristotle's Physics is more an exposition on the theory, methodology and philosophy of science. Central to the theme of the book is Aristotle's argument that the scientist must ready him or herself for a world in motion and change that is inevitable. Of interest to anyone engaged in the sciences, Aristotle's Physics is an interesting discussion on physics and the philosophy of science in general from the perspective of classical antiquity.
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January 01, 2013
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