Al-Farabi's Short Commentary on Aristotle's Prior Analytics

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The Peloponnesian War ended after almost thirty years with Sparta's victory in 404 B. The complete works are available in a modern edition (ed. 1882-1902). German philosophy, modern philosophy, and contemporary philosophy. Augustine believed that God exists outside of time in the "eternal present," that time only exists within the created universe because only in space is time discernible through motion and change. It is obvious that 'Particles' cannot explain action-at-a-distance through 'empty' Space, thus require the further existence of 'Force Fields', but then how does the 'Particle generate the Force Field' - there is no necessary connection!

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Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press; 1 edition (September 15, 1963)

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