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Mario Bacelar Valente
Universidad Pablo de Olavide
España
Vol. 8 Núm. 2 (2019), Artículos (Miscelánea), Páginas 5-26
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14201/art201982526
Aceptado: may 25, 2019
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En este artículo volvemos a la idea de Marshall Clagett sobre la existencia de una geometría del movimiento en la Grecia antigua. Se puede leer de dos maneras. Como una presentación básica de la geometría del movimiento en la Grecia antigua, seguida por algunos aspectos de su desarrollo posterior en obras históricas de Galileo y Newton. A la inversa, puede leerse como una presentación básica de aspectos de las matemáticas de Galileo y Newton que pueden considerarse como desarrollos de una geometría del movimiento que fue concebida por primera vez por matemáticos de la Grecia antigua.

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