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Without God: gravity as a relational quality of matter in Newton's treatise

Eric Schliesser (UGent)
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De metafysica en wiskunde van botsingen
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Newton, Action at a Distance, Relational Qualities, Gravity

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Schliesser, Eric. 2011. “Without God: Gravity as a Relational Quality of Matter in Newton’s Treatise.” In Vanishing Matter and the Laws of Motion : Descartes and Beyond, ed. Dana Jalobeanu and Peter Anstey, 13:80–102. New York, US: Routledge.
APA
Schliesser, E. (2011). Without God: gravity as a relational quality of matter in Newton’s treatise. In D. Jalobeanu & P. Anstey (Eds.), Vanishing Matter and the Laws of Motion : Descartes and Beyond (Vol. 13, pp. 80–102). New York, US: Routledge.
Vancouver
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Schliesser E. Without God: gravity as a relational quality of matter in Newton’s treatise. In: Jalobeanu D, Anstey P, editors. Vanishing Matter and the Laws of Motion : Descartes and Beyond. New York, US: Routledge; 2011. p. 80–102.
MLA
Schliesser, Eric. “Without God: Gravity as a Relational Quality of Matter in Newton’s Treatise.” Vanishing Matter and the Laws of Motion : Descartes and Beyond. Ed. Dana Jalobeanu & Peter Anstey. Vol. 13. New York, US: Routledge, 2011. 80–102. Print.
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