Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Galileo and Newton :: Galileo, Isaac Newton

Galileo believed the physical demesne to be bounded. He says that solely strong things have "this or that shape" and be small or large in relation toother things. He also says that material objects are either in act or atrest, lamentable or not touching some other body, and are either one in number,or many. The central properties of the material existence are mathematical andstrengthened through experimentation. Galileo excludes the properties of tastes,odors, colors, and so on when describing the material world. He states thatthese properties "reside only in the consciousness." These latter propertieswould cease to exist without the vivacious creature so the mathematically definedproperties are the most true in describing the material world. Galileoseems to test his beliefs through experimentation and mathematical reasoning.He sites examples in life that support his hypothesis. His argument is of ascientific personality because he is making a hypothesis on a classifiable type ofconcept. The evidences that Galileo do relate directly to the work inphysics for which he is so well known. His conclusions put emphasis on shapes,numbers, and motion which are all properties that lend themselves to supportthrough "reasoning support and forth between theory and experiment." I feel thatGalileos argument is a valid one because it explains relations in nature andthe physical world through mathematical analysis. This allows him to define aworld outside of tender-hearted existence that can be logically calculated and explained.His view describes the world in which bread and butter creatures live and not contrasts itto the world within living creatures. The problem with Galileos view is thatit pioneers a scientific outlook but neer actually fulfills it.     Newton believes the world is ultimately made up of delicate particles thatcan retain different properties. The central properties are solid, massy,impenetrable, and movable particles. He believes God created matter in thebeginning in such a musical mode to allow the particles to take on mathematical forms.His approach is a scientific one because he practices the continual interactionof experiment and theory. It is the unverbalized particles that move in such a way thatcan be assigned certain mathematical principles that clearly explain theinteraction of bodies. Newtons conclusion seems to be a strong one because itdeals with the world being made up of particles and shows how these particlesact with each other in a way that can be explained scientifically. I like theidea of organized liquefy in the world and God being the creator of it all. Themathematical/scientific approach offers explanation to how the particles are

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