Is Aristotle's Definition of Change Circular?

@article{Heinaman1994IsAD,
  title={Is Aristotle's Definition of Change Circular?},
  author={R. Heinaman},
  journal={Apeiron},
  year={1994},
  volume={27},
  pages={25 - 38}
}
La definition aristotelicienne du changement dans « La Physique » III peut etre critiquee pour sa circularite. D'apres l'A., la nouvelle interpretation de la definition avancee par certains philosophes pour sa defense devrait etre rejetee 
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