By Lindsay Judson

The Physics is one among Aristotle's masterpieces--a paintings of outstanding highbrow energy which has had a profound impact at the improvement of metaphysics and the philosophy of technology, in addition to at the improvement of physics itself. This choice of ten new essays through major Aristotelian students examines quite a lot of concerns within the Physics and comparable works, together with strategy, causation and rationalization, probability, teleology, the countless, the character of time, the critique of atomism, the function of arithmetic in Aristotle's physics, and the concept that of self-motion. The essays provide clean methods to Aristotle's paintings in those components, and significant new interpretations of his thought.

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