The main subject of Aristoteles physics is the scale of being, as a scale of values. What is higher has more advanced principle of form in it. Species on this scale are eternally fixed in their place, and cannot evolve over time. Goes from plants to animals to humans.
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Aristotle | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophyty of space and time, and the paradoxes proposed byZeno, Aristotle argues that space and time are potentially divisible ad infinitum, but are not actually so divided. After these preliminaries, <span>Aristotle passes to the main subject of physics, the scale of being. The first thing to notice about this scale is that it is a scale of values. What is higher on the scale of being is of more worth, because the principle of form is more advanced in it. Species on this scale are eternally fixed in their place, and cannot evolve over time. The higher items on the scale are also more organized. Further, the lower items are inorganic and the higher are organic. The principle which gives internal organization to the higher
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