Das Werden des Kosmos Von der Erfahrung der zeitlichen Dimension astronomischer Objekte im 18. Jahrhundert

@article{Krafft1985DasWD,
  title={Das Werden des Kosmos Von der Erfahrung der zeitlichen Dimension astronomischer Objekte im 18. Jahrhundert},
  author={F. Krafft},
  journal={Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte},
  year={1985},
  volume={8}
}
  • F. Krafft
  • Published 1985
  • Philosophy
  • Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte
The Permanent ‘Becoming’ of the Cosmos: On Experiencing the Time Dimension of Astronomical Entities in the 18th Century. ‐ This paper deals with two of the initial stages through which the dimension of time, in the sense of an irreversible development, found its way into astronomical‐cosmological thinking. The one resulted from the first consequental application of Newtonian principles and laws to cosmic entities outside of our solar system found in the General Natural History or Theory of the… Expand
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