Matter and Form in Early Modern Science and Philosophy

5bbda6454289e.jpeg Author Gideon Manning
Isbn 9789004218703
File size 1.6MB
Year 2012
Pages 248
Language English
File format PDF
Category Philosophy

Book Description:

Matter and form have been fundamental principles in natural science since Greek Antiquity and their apparent rejection during the seventeenth century typically has been described as a precursor to the emergence of modern science. This volume reconsiders the fate of these principles and the complex history of their reception. By analyzing work being done in physics, chemistry, theology, physiology, psychology, and metaphysics, and by considering questions about change, identity, and causation, the contributors show precisely how matter and form entered into early modern science and philosophy. The result is our best picture to date of the diverse reception of matter and form among the innovators of the early modern period.

 

 

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