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" Both Aristotle and Newton believed in absolute time. That is, they believed that one could unambiguously measure the interval of time between two events, and that this time would be the same whoever measured it, provided they used a good clock. Time was... "
Time-based Architecture - Página 75
editado por - 2005 - 249 páginas
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Economics, Philosophy, and Physics

Ching-Yao Hsieh, Meng-Hua Ye - 1991 - 169 páginas
...complete geocentric cosmological model. With regard to the important question of time, Hawking observes: "Both Aristotle and Newton believed in absolute time....would be the same whoever measured it, provided they use a good clock. Time was completely separated from and independent of space." ' ' Throughout history...
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Beyond the Contract State: Ideas for Social and Economic Renewal in South ...

John Spoehr - 1999 - 358 páginas
...STRATEGIES FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA A vvhole-of-government approach RODIN GENOFF AND GRAHAM SHEATHER INTRODUCTION Both Aristotle and Newton believed in absolute time....they used a good clock. Time was completely separate and independent of space. This is what people would take to be the commonsense view. However, we have...
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Opportunity: Optimizing Life's Chances

Donald Morris - 2006 - 461 páginas
...motion."13 "Time, said Newton, "was independent of man; it flowed by itself."14 Using a good clock "Both Aristotle and Newton believed in absolute time....same whoever measured it, provided they used a good clock."15 Until philosopher Immanual Kant (1724-1804) suggested otherwise, common sense assumed time...
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Reconstructing Postmodernism: Critical Debates

Jason L. Powell, Tim Owen - 2007 - 200 páginas
...temporal model. As Hawking ( 1 988, p. 1 8) explains, Newton believed in absolute time. That is, [he| believed that one could unambiguously measure the...between two events, and that this time would be the same for whoever measured it, provided they used a good clock. Consequently, for Newton, time serves as...
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