The enigma of the inclined plane from Heron to Galileo

In Walter Roy Laird & Sophie Roux (eds.), Mechanics and natural philosophy before the scientific revolution. London: Springer. pp. 195-222 (2008)
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Festa, E., Roux, S. (2008). The Enigma of the Inclined Plane from Heron to Galileo. In: Laird, W.R., Roux, S. (eds) Mechanics and Natural Philosophy Before the Scientific Revolution. Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science, vol 254. Springer, Dordrecht.



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