1. Motion and Change in Perceptible Objects

In Aristotle's Science of Matter and Motion. University of Toronto Press. pp. 10-22 (2018)
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This chapter considers Aristotle's requirements for perceptible objects qua movable, changeable, and perceptible, namely that they must be extended in three dimensions, movable in space, and capable of physical contact with other extended bodies.



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