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    Francis of marchia, virtus derelicta, and modifications of the basic principles of aristotelian physics.Fabio Zanin - 2006 - Vivarium 44 (1):81-95.
    This article takes as its point of departure the conviction that late medieval science should be studied in its own right, and not merely to determine whether it presaged developments in early modern science. Case in point: Francis of Marchia's theory of virtus derelicta, the theory that the motion of a projectile through the air is due to a force left behind by the original motive force. Certainly, Marchia's view is not a forerunner of inertia. Nevertheless, it is argued that (...)
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