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" The effects which distinguish absolute from relative motion are the forces of receding from the axis of circular motion. For there are no such forces in a circular motion purely relative, but in a true and absolute circular motion they are greater or... "
The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy - Page 15
by Sir Isaac Newton, John Machin - 1729
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Pantologia. A new (cabinet) cyclopędia, by J.M. Good, O. Gregory ..., Volume 8

1819
...relative moti n are, the foroes of receding from the axis «f circular motion. For there are no such forces in a circular motion purely relative; but, in a true and absolute circular motion, they are greater or (CM according to the quantity of the motion. If a vessel...
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Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts ..., Volume 16

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1816
...from relative motion are, the forces of receding from the axis of circular motion. For there are up fuch forces in a circular motion purely relative ;...lefs according to, the quantity of the motion. If a veffel, hung by a long cord, is fo often turned about that the cord is Arongly twilled, then filled...
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Process and Reality

Alfred North Whitehead - Philosophy - 2010 - 448 pages
...relative motion are, the forces of receding from the axis of circular motion. For there are no such forces in a circular motion purely relative, but, in a true and absolute circular motion, they are greater or less, according to the quantity of motion. . . . Wherefore...
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The Scientific Background to Modern Philosophy: Selected Readings

Michael R. Matthews - Philosophy - 1989 - 162 pages
...relative motion are, the forces of receding from the axis of circular motion. For there are no such forces in a circular motion purely relative, but in a true and absolute circular motion, they are greater or less, according to the quantity of the motion. If a vessel,...
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Time

Jonathan Westphal - Philosophy - 1993 - 225 pages
...relative motion are, the forces of receding from the axis of circular motion. For there are no such forces in a circular motion purely relative, but in a true and absolute circular motion, they are greater or less, according to the quantity of the motion. If a vessel,...
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Naturalizing Phenomenology: Issues in Contemporary Phenomenology and ...

Jean Petitot - Philosophy - 1999 - 641 pages
...distinguished from relative are the forces of receding from the axis of circular motion. For there are no such forces in a circular motion purely relative, but in a true and absolute circular motion, they are greater or less, according to the quantity of the motion" (Earman...
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Space from Zeno to Einstein: Classic Readings with a Contemporary Commentary

Nick Huggett - Science - 1999 - 274 pages
...relative motion are, the forces of receding from the axis of circular motion. For there are no such forces in a circular motion purely relative, but in a true and absolute circular motion, they are greater or less, according to the quantity of the motion. If a vessel,...
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Readings in Modern Philosophy, Vol. 1: Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz and ...

Roger Ariew, Eric Watkins - Philosophy - 2000 - 313 pages
...relative motion are the forces of receding from the axis of circular motion. For there are no such forces in a circular motion purely relative, but in a true and absolute circular motion, they are greater or less, according to the quantity of the motion. If a vessel...
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Published Essays: 1940-1952

Eric Voegelin, Ellis Sandoz - Europe - 2000 - 255 pages
...relative motion are, [sic] the forces receding from the axis of circular motion. For there are no such forces in a circular motion purely relative, but in a true and absolute circular motion, they are greater or less, according to the quantity of the motion." An important...
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Time and Space

Barry Dainton - Philosophy - 2001 - 386 pages
...relative motion are, the forces of receding from the axis of circular motion. For there are no such forces in a circular motion purely relative, but in a true and absolute circular motion they are greater or less, according to the quantity of the motion. (Huggett...
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