Space-time relationism in Newtonian and relativistic physics

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I argue that there is natural relationist interpretation of Newtonian and relativistic non-quantum physics. Although relationist, this interpretation does not fall prey to the traditional objections based on the existence of inertial effects.
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DOI 10.1080/02698590020029279
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