The Architecture of Matter: Galileo to Kant

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Table of contents

  • Galileo to Kant iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Contents xii
  • Problems of Material Structure 1
  • Appendix Paradoxes of Infinite M-Divisibility That Do Not Turn on Actual Parts 75
  • 2 Actual Parts and Potential Parts 79
  • 3 The Actual Parts Doctrine and Shortcircuit Arguments 132
  • 4 The Actual Parts Doctrine and the Argument from Composition 169
  • 5 The Case for Infinite Divisibility 206
  • Appendix: Minor Arguments 232
  • 6 The Kant-Boscovich Force-Shell Atom Theory 236
  • Conclusion 273
  • Bibliography 280
  • Index 295
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