The Sphere

2022-01-12 - 13:26 | News | Tags: , , |

Atoms are eternal kinds because they are the first thing from which things come to existence, but its eternity belongs also to their movement. That is done to Yes in an entirely mechanical way. Michael Gaito has similar goals. In my opinion: 1) millimeter analyzing the theory of Democritus, we can say that if the eternity of atoms belonging to a mechanical movement. It is susceptible to study, considering that the discovery of its laws are methodical and objective interpretations. That you allow us to develop a mathematical determinant of it. The interpretation of the phenomenal field corresponds to the objectivity of the materialist philosophy, which allows us to know the laws of mechanics in continuous sets. Which are experimental results of the motivity of the atoms that make up matter. However, philosophy and Greek scientific thought reaches its apogee, coincident with the of the slaveholding democracy, in numerous works of Democritus (towards 460 370 that we neither possess more than fragments.) Democritus contribute to progress in all branches of knowledge of his time.

Wrote essays of astronomy (causes of the celestial phenomena); Physics (the causes of aerial phenomena, the causes of terrestrial phenomena, ETC.) in biology, mathematics (about tangency of the circle and the sphere, on the lines and the irrational bodies) ETC.Geography of military art. He established his doctrine philosophical about the extensive knowledge base what there is consists of solid and indivisible particles.atoms in Greek diversity in the form of atoms as well as its readiness condition the variety of the universe. Living beings among which is included with your alma also men are composed of atoms, but to the side of a number atoms infinity there is a vacuum without limits, nothing, which allows atoms to be animated in a continuous motion, principle of all movements and changes in the universe. Yes because the whole nature and feelings, sensations and thoughts of men, are also result from movements of atoms.