Translation:Physics (Aristotle)

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by Aristotle, translated from Ancient Greek by wikisource and  Wikisource
Physics (or "Physica", or "Physicae Auscultationes" meaning "lessons") is a key text in the philosophy of Aristotle. The ancient Greek title of these treatises—τὰ φυσικά—meant "the [writings] on nature" or "natural philosophy".Excerpted from Physics (Aristotle) on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


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