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Aristotle’s account of motion can be found in the Physics. By motion, Aristotle (384-322 B.C.E.) understands any kind of change. He defines motion as the actuality of a potentiality. Initially, Aristotle's definition seems to involve a contradiction. However, commentators on the works of Aristotle, such as St. Thomas Aquinas, maintain that this is the only way to define motion.

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  • Introduction to Motion (GA_JMO01B)
  • Motion and Reference Point (GA_JMO02A)
  • Uniform Motion (GA_JMO03A)
  • Non Uniform Motion (GA_JMO04A)
  • Speed (GA_JMO05A)
  • Units Used for Measurement of Speed (GA_JMO06A)
  • Units used for Measurement of Time (GA_JMO06XA)
  • Measurement of Speed and Time (GA_JMO06YA)
  • Uniform Speed or Constant Speed (GA_JMO07A)
  • Solved Example on Motion (GA_JMO07X1)
  • Solved Example on Motion (GA_JMO07X2)
  • Non Uniform or Variable Speed (GA_JMO08A)
  • Average Speed (GA_JMO09A)
  • Solved Example on Motion (GA_JMO09X1)
  • Solved Example on Motion (GA_JMO09X2)
  • Periodic Motion (GA_JMO10A)
  • Oscillatory Motion (GA_JMO11A)
  • Simple Pendulum (GA_JMO12A)
  • Time Period of a Simple Pendulum (GA_JMO13A)
  • Solved Example on Motion (GA_JMO13X1)
  • Solved Example on Motion (GA_JMO13X2)
  • Different Types of Graphs (GA_JMO14A)
  • Distance - Time Graph (GA_JMO15A)
  • Plotting a Distance - Time Graph (GA_JMO16A)

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