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" I do not here consider. What I call attraction may be performed by impulse, or by some other means unknown to me. I use that Word here to signify only in general any Force by which Bodies tend towards one another, whatsoever be the Cause. "
Aristotle: A Chapter from the History of Science, Including Analyses of ... - 93. oldal
szerző: George Henry Lewes - 1864 - 404 oldal
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Leibniz and Clarke: A Study of Their Correspondence

Ezio Vailati - 1997 - 268 oldal
...whether gravity is primitive to matter or not. For example, in query 23 of the 1706 Optice he stated that "what I call Attraction may be performed by impulse, or by some other means unknown to us" (NO quaestio 23, 322); similarly, he had told Bentley that he had left to the consideration of...
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The Cambridge History of Seventeenth-century Philosophy, 2. kötet

Daniel Garber, Michael Ayers - 2003 - 1616 oldal
...mechanical, have no place in experimental philosophy.'143 In Query 31 of the Opticks, he claims that 'what I call "attraction" may be performed by impulse, or by some other means unknown to me . . . perhaps electrical attraction may reach to such small distances even without being excited by...
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The World of Parmenides: Essays on the Presocratic Enlightenment

Sir Karl Raimund Popper, Karl Raimund Popper, etc. - 1998 - 328 oldal
...(and text), and Newton's Opticks, London, 1730, query 31, where Newton mentions the possibility that attraction 'may be performed by impulse, or by some other means unknown to me'. 49 A further and complementary discussion of Newton's theory and its relation to essentialism will...
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Concepts of Force: A Study in the Foundations of Dynamics

Max Jammer - 1999 - 269 oldal
...not here consider. What I call Attraction may be perform'd by impulse, or by some other means unhnown to me. I use that Word here to signify only in general any Force by which Bodies tend towards one another, whatsoever be the Cause.88 Here, again, we have...
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Correspondence

Gottfried Wilhelm Freiherr von Leibniz, Samuel Clarke - 2000 - 110 oldal
...is regarded as an occult quality: "How these attractions may be performed, I do not here consider. What I call attraction may be performed by impulse...I use that word here to signify only, in general, any force by which bodies tend toward one another, whatever may be the cause. For we must learn from...
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The Cambridge Companion to Newton

Smith - 2002 - 500 oldal
..."fundamental" that has been suggested as characteristic of Newton): What I call Attraction may be perform'd by impulse, or by some other means unknown to me. I use that Word here to signify only in general any Force by which Bodies tend towards one another, whatsoever be the Cause. For we must learn from...
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Praise and Blame: Moral Realism and Its Applications

Daniel N. Robinson - 2009 - 240 oldal
...these Attractions may be perform'd, I do not here consider. What I call Attraction may be perform'd by impulse, or by some other means unknown to me. I use that Word here to signify only in general any Force by which Bodies tend towards one another, whatsoever be the Cause. For we must learn from...
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Form, Zahl, Ordnung: Studien zur Wissenschafts- und Technikgeschichte : Ivo ...

Rudolf Seising, Menso Folkerts, Ulf Hashagen - 2004 - 926 oldal
...these Attractions may be perform 'd, I do not here concider. What I call Attraction may be perform'd by impulse, or by some other means unknown to me. I use that Word here to signify only in general any Force by which Bodies tend towards one another, whatsoever be the Cause. For we must learn from...
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The Mapmaker's Wife: A True Tale of Love, Murder, and Survival in the Amazon

Robert Whitaker - 2004 - 352 oldal
...not here consider," he wrote in his masterpiece, Principia. "What I call Attraction may be perform'd by impulse, or by some other means unknown to me. I use that Word here to signify only in general any force by which bodies tend towards one another, whatsoever be the Cause." In Principia, Newton...
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Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift, 1-2. kötet

1869
...more attractive powers than these. How these attractions may be performed, I do not here consider. What I call attraction may be performed by impulse...me. I use that word here to signify only in general any force by which bodies tend towards one another, whatsoever be the cause."' 28. 3n biefer Sejiefyung...




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