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Motion (physical)

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Article Santiago Chame (2023)
The Non-kinetic Origins of Aristotle’s Concept of Ἐνέργεια. Apeiron: Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science (pp. 469-494). (/isis/citation/CBB454695173/) unapi

Book Angela Axworthy (2022)
Motion and Genetic Definitions in the Sixteenth-Century Euclidean Tradition. (/isis/citation/CBB327704584/) unapi

Article Carla Rita Palmerino (2022)
Gravity, Magnetism, Elasticity: the Role of Spontaneous Motion in Borelli's Mechanical Philosophy. Physis: Rivista Internazionale di Storia della Scienza (pp. 331-356). (/isis/citation/CBB934804675/) unapi

Article Carla Rita Palmerino (2022)
From Active Matter to Inertia, from Celerity to Slowness: the Motion of Atoms and of Compound Bodies in Gassendi’s Physics. Bruniana & Campanelliana: Ricerche Filosofiche e Materiali Storico-testuali (pp. 183-198). (/isis/citation/CBB352728199/) unapi

Article Enrico Bernieri; Gheorghe Stratan; Sara Bacchini; et al. (2022)
Systematic errors in Galileo's astronomical observations and alleged anomalies in the position of Neptune. Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage (pp. 227-236). (/isis/citation/CBB583226963/) unapi

Article Joshua Eisenthal (2021)
Hertz's Mechanics and a unitary notion of force. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (pp. 226-234). (/isis/citation/CBB462268539/) unapi

Article Christian Henkel (2021)
Mechanism, Occasionalism and Final Causes in Johann Christoph Sturm’s Physics. Early Science and Medicine: A Journal for the Study of Science, Technology and Medicine in the Pre-modern Period (pp. 314-340). (/isis/citation/CBB031988462/) unapi

Article Roger Smith (2021)
The Senses of Touch and Movement and the Argument for Active Powers. HOPOS (pp. 679-699). (/isis/citation/CBB136835699/) unapi

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 Katherine Brading; Marius Stan (2021)
How Physics Flew the Philosophers' Nest. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (pp. 312-320). (/isis/citation/CBB008141627/) 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 Galen Barry (2021)
Spinoza on the Resistance of Bodies. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (pp. 56-67). (/isis/citation/CBB170992423/) unapi

Article Adwait A. Parker (2020)
Newton on active and passive quantities of matter. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (pp. 1-11). (/isis/citation/CBB738730801/) unapi

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

Article Arthur Genthon (2020)
The concept of velocity in the history of Brownian motion. European Physical Journal H (pp. 49-105). (/isis/citation/CBB443070232/) unapi

Article Ruth Glasner (2020)
An early stage in the evolution of Aristotle's physics. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (pp. 24-31). (/isis/citation/CBB835571117/) 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

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

Article Dominique Demange; Yael Kedar (2020)
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


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