Ido Yavetz (1952-....)

Pays :Israël
Langue :hébreu
Sexe :masculin
Note :
Ecrit aussi en anglais
En poste : Cohn institute for history of science, Tel Aviv university (en 1995)
ISNI :ISNI 0000 0001 0937 8972

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  • Bodies and media

    on the motion of inanimate objects in Aristotle's Physics and On the heavens

    Description matérielle : 1 ressource dématérialisée
    Description : Note : Titre de l'écran-titre (visionné le 4 mars 2016)
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    Abstract : This book presents a recasting of Aristotle?s theory of spatial displacement of inanimate objects. Aristotle?s claim that projectiles are actively carried by the media through which they move (such as air or water) is well known and has drawn the attention of commentators from ancient to modern times. What is lacking, however, is a systematic investigation of the consequences of his suggestion that the medium always acts as the direct instrument of locomotion, be it natural or forced, while original movers (e.g. stone throwers, catapults, bowstrings) act indirectly by impressing moving force into the medium. Filling this gap and guided by discussions in Aristotle?s Physics and On the Heavens, the present volume shows that Aristotle?s active medium enables his theory - in which force is proportional to speed - to account for a large class of phenomena that Newtonian dynamics - in which force is proportional to acceleration - accounts for through the concept of inertia. By applying Aristotle?s medium dynamics to projectile flight and to collisions that involve reversal of motion, the book provides detailed examples of the efficacy and coherence that the active medium gives to Aristotle?s discussions. The book is directed primarily to historians of ancient, medieval, and early modern science, to philosophers of science and to students of Aristotle?s natural philosophy
    Édition : Cham : Springer , [2015]

    [catalogue][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb446802786]
  • From obscurity to enigma

    the work of Oliver Heaviside, 1872-1889

    Description matérielle : 334 p.
    Description : Note : Bibliogr. p. 321-328. Index
    Édition : Basel ; Boston : Birkhäuser Verlag , 1995

    [catalogue][https://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb37730085c]

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