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It's not a book of physics per se, but a book on metaphysics, that is meta-physics, where the term means on or about physics. It's a general disquisition on the most general notions that physics contemplates: space, time and matter. In fact, Aristotle had a similar division in his book on metaphysics. Having looked at both, I would say that Aristotle is the ...


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