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    Monadology, Materialism and Newtonian Forces: The Turn in Kant’s Theory of Matter.Paolo Pecere - 2016 - Quaestio 16:167-189.
    Kant elaborated his dynamical theory of matter in two quite different systematic accounts, the first in the Monadologia physica, the second in the Dynamics chapter of the Metaphysische Anfangsgründe der Naturwissenschaft. In this paper I investigate the transition from the monadological to the “continuum” dynamical theory of matter, whose exact timing and motives are not explicitly clarified in Kant’s writings. I locate Kant’s turn around the middle 1760s, presenting Kant’s abandonment of his own physical monadology as a way out of (...)
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    Premessa. Storia del libro e storia della filosofia.Del Corso Lucio & Pecere Paolo - 2011 - Quaestio 11 (1):ix-xxiii.
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    La «dissoluzione» della materia in Cassirer.Paolo Pecere - 2007 - Quaestio 7 (1):457-488.
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    The Book of Nature and the Books of Men. Idea and History of the Book in Modern and Contemporary Philosophy and Science of Nature.Paolo Pecere - 2011 - Quaestio 11 (1):365-404.
    The rise of XVIIthcentury natural philosophy determines a significant break with the tradition and enthe idea of a new beginning of scientific investigation grounded on mathematics and experiment; at the same time, the diffusion of printed books represents an essential factor for the dissemination of the new philosophy. The ideal of the book, as an expression for this new philosophy, results from the speculation about the correspondence between the language and structure of the philosophical book and the “book of nature” (...)
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  5. Demonstrative and Non-Demonstrative Reasoning in Mathematics and Natural Science.Carlo Cellucci & Paolo Pecere (eds.) - 2006 - Edizioni dell'Università di Cassino.
     
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