Concept of Motion in Ancient Greek Thought

Concept of Motion in Ancient Greek Thought

Foundations in Logic, Method, and Mathematics

Cambridge University Press

11/2021

437

Mole

Inglês

9781108745215

15 a 20 dias

583

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Introduction; 1. Conceptual Foundations; 2. Parmenides's account of the object of philosophy; 3. Zeno's Paradoxes of Motion and Plurality; 4. The atomistic foundation for an account of motion; 5. The Possibility of Natural Philosophy according to Plato I: The Logical Basis; 6. The Possibility of Natural Philosophy according to Plato II: Mathematical Advances and Ultimate Problems; 7. Aristotle's Notion of Continuity - the Structure underlying Motion; 8. Time and Space - the Implicit Measure of Motion in Aristotle's Physics; 9. Time as the simple measure of motion.
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Motion; time; measurement; logical operators; mathematics; principle of non-contradiction; Parmenides; Zeno; Plato; Aristotle