Annalen der Philosophie Und Philosophischen Kritik 6 (1):178-204 (1929)
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De qua cum Mathesi Physices conjunctione praecipue monendum est, ut caveamus, ne rationes pure mathematicas cum rationibus physicis confundamusHegel, in seiner Dissertatio philosophica de orbitis planetarum (Werke, XIV, S.4)



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