Jacob Rosen`s work focuses on the topology of change in Aristotle’s Physics. Changes are extended, have edges, can touch or be continuous with each other, are divisible – thus they have a topological structure, in both time and space. Aristotle conducted a systematic analysis of this structure, and thought he had discovered thereby important constraints on what kinds of changes are possible.
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