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Motion (physical)

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Article John Henry; Steffen Ducheyne (2021)
Letter to the Editor. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 584-584). (/isis/citation/CBB441829838/) unapi

Article Hao Dong (2021)
Hobbes’s model of refraction and derivation of the sine law. Archive for History of Exact Sciences (pp. 323-348). (/isis/citation/CBB808807913/) unapi

Article Daniel Coren (2020)
Aristotle on Motion in Incomplete Animals. Apeiron (pp. 285-314). (/isis/citation/CBB473772713/) unapi

Article Bruce Pourciau (2020)
The Principia’s second law (as Newton understood it) from Galileo to Laplace. Archive for History of Exact Sciences (pp. 183-242). (/isis/citation/CBB715090012/) unapi

Book Peter Kosso (2020)
As the World Turns: The History of Proving the Earth Rotates. (/isis/citation/CBB471811924/) unapi

Book Gregorio Baldin (2020)
Hobbes and Galileo: Method, Matter and the Science of Motion. (/isis/citation/CBB618726337/) unapi

Article Enrico Giannetto (2020)
Galileo, Descartes and Newton's Laws. Galilæana: Journal of Galilean Studies (pp. 167-192). (/isis/citation/CBB952708717/) unapi

Article Olivier Darrigol (2020)
Deducing Newton’s second law from relativity principles: A forgotten history. Archive for History of Exact Sciences (pp. 1-43). (/isis/citation/CBB773667166/) unapi

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Physical Action, Species, and Matter: The Debate between Roger Bacon and Peter John Olivi. Journal of the History of Philosophy (pp. 49-69). (/isis/citation/CBB969393716/) unapi

Article Stephen Clucas; Timothy Raylor (2020)
Kenelm Digby’s Two Treatises and the Reception of the Galilean Science of Motion. Galilæana: Journal of Galilean Studies (pp. 91-116). (/isis/citation/CBB612040774/) unapi

Book Christopher Byrne (2018)
Aristotle's Science of Matter and Motion. (/isis/citation/CBB178484333/) unapi

Article Andrea Reichenberger (2018)
Émilie Du Châtelet's Interpretation of the Laws of Motion in the Light of 18th Century Mechanics. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (pp. 1-11). (/isis/citation/CBB343461153/) unapi

Article Mark Sentesy (2018)
The Now and the Relation between Motion and Time in Aristotle: A Systematic Reconstruction. Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science (pp. 279-323). (/isis/citation/CBB053670335/) unapi

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What Motion is: William Neile and the Laws of Motion. Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology (pp. 179-191). (/isis/citation/CBB380541558/) unapi

Article David Marshall Miller (2017)
The Parallelogram Rule from Pseudo-Aristotle to Newton. Archive for History of Exact Sciences (pp. 157-191). (/isis/citation/CBB764126498/) unapi

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Electric Charge in Hyperbolic Motion: The Early History. Archive for History of Exact Sciences (pp. 363-378). (/isis/citation/CBB351025423/) unapi

Article Rodolfo Garau (2016)
Springs, Nitre, and Conatus. The Role of the Heart in Hobbes's Physiology and Animal Locomotion. British Journal for the History of Philosophy (pp. 231-256). (/isis/citation/CBB028109372/) unapi

Article Sara Landreth (2016)
“Set His Image in Motion:” John Dennis and Early Eighteenth-Century Motion Imagery. Eighteenth-Century Life (pp. 59-83). (/isis/citation/CBB602061117/) unapi

Chapter Jean De Groot (2016)
Motion and Energy. (pp. 43-59). (/isis/citation/CBB657484342/) unapi

Book Stefan Paul Trzeciok (2016)
Alvarus Thomas und sein Liber de triplici motu. (/isis/citation/CBB079075740/) unapi

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