Francisco Caruso
Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Within the general discussion of space and its dimensionality, Aristotle's position is of the greatest relevance, as one will have the opportunity to argue and discuss in this article.
Keywords Aristotle  Space  dimensionality
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