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" V The motions of bodies included in a given space are the same among themselves, whether that space is at rest or moves uniformly forwards in a right line without any circular motion. "
The science of mechanics: a critical and historical account of its ... - Page 34
by Ernst Mach - 1915 - 106 pages
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The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, Volume 1

Sir Isaac Newton, John Machin - Celestial mechanics - 1729
...of bodies included in a given /pace are the Jame among themfelves , whether that fpace is at reft^ or moves uniformly forwards in a right line without any circular motion. For the differences of the motions tending towards the fame parts, and the fums of thofe that tend...
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The Monist, Volume 24

Paul Carus - Philosophy - 1914
...of motion are on pp. 19-40 of the first volume. American editions, New York, 1848, 1850. Principia: "The motions of bodies included in a given space are...forwards in a right line without any circular motion." Newton deduced this corollary from the second law of the Principia. "Law 4" of the manuscript is the...
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The Science of Mechanics: A Critical and Historical Account of Its ...

Ernst Mach - Mechanics - 1915 - 106 pages
...has any uniform motion or translation without rotation (relatively to the sphere of fixed stars).1 But do not the words quoted in inverted commas give...its help. But the law of inertia, referred in such a naive way to the earth supposed to be at rest, could not be accepted by him. For, in Newton's case,...
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Philosophy of Geometry from Riemann to Poincaré

R. Torretti - History - 1978 - 459 pages
...ceiling of our room, but stays fixed in absolute space. However, Newton's laws of motion imply that "the motions of bodies included in a given space are...or moves uniformly forwards in a right line without circular motion". (Corollary V to the Laws of Motion). This conclusion puts an end to any hope one...
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Three Hundred Years of Gravitation

S. W. Hawking, W. Israel - Science - 1989 - 690 pages
...urged by those forces. This corollary immediately follows the famous corollary V (he. cit. p. 20): The motions of bodies included in a given space are...forwards in a right line without any circular motion, which is Newton's form of the principle of (special) relativity. It seems clear to me, from the proximity...
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Absolute Or Relative Motion?: Volume 1, The Discovery of Dynamics: A Study ...

Julian B. Barbour - Science - 1989 - 768 pages
...expression to the Galileo— Huygens relativity principle. As we have seen, Newton states it as follows:27 The motions of bodies included in a given space are...forwards in a right line without any circular motion. In the Scholium, Newton adopts a severely empirico-inductive approach. The existence of absolute space,...
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Idealization II: Forms and Applications

Jerzy Brzeziński - Science - 1990 - 193 pages
...material point with reference to an inertial system. In Corollary 5 of the laws of motion we read: The motions of bodies included in a given space are...forwards in a right line without any circular motion [Newton, 1686, p. 20]. This implies that the laws of motion must remain valid for every system at rest...
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General And Applied Mechanics

Aleksandr I͡Ulʹevich Ishlinskiĭ - Technology & Engineering - 1989 - 304 pages
...(excluding outward actions and impediments) is either at rest, or moves uniformly in a right tine. Corollary V. The motions of bodies included in a given space...or moves uniformly forwards in a right line without circular motion" [Galileo's relativity principle— GM]. The Scholium that closes the introductory...
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Relativity and Geometry

Roberto Torretti - Science - 2012 - 416 pages
...Principle of iNewtoniani Relativity. 1t was stated by Newton himself in Corollary V to the Laws of Motion: The motions of bodies included in a given space are...or moves uniformly forwards in a right line without circular motion.1 1 Lange's definition of an inertial frame depends on the concept of a freely moving...
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Space from Zeno to Einstein: Classic Readings with a Contemporary Commentary

Nick Huggett - Science - 1999 - 274 pages
...this idea. Moreover, it is easily demonstrable that the atmosphere is not this motion1. Principia, Coroll. V: "The motions of bodies included in a given...forwards in a right line without any circular motion." determinative medium. We should, therefore, have to picture to ourselves some other medium, filling,...
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