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action with constant motion

exercise 1.0 actions philosophy

the world is full of motion. to carry it to an extreme you could say “everything is in motion”. is that so? there are also many arguments speaking for the antithesis “nothing is in motion” find two arguments for each statement (1) and (2).


physicians don’t settle themselves with philosophical reflections, even though physics once developed itself from philosophy. they want to define and measure motion.

definition: motion means the change of place of an object in a process of time

explanation: so we need two so called dimensions, to state motion: time and space. with a motion you change the place of an object in space, while time changes.

because of this definition the measure of motion is possible. here you’ve got an example for the metrological conception of motion.