I recently read this thread THREAD describing the relationship between Hegel and Newton. Apparently, Hegel misread Newton's principia, and criticized a specific point of science on Newton. This is detailed on the thread's reference to Mauro Nasti De Vincentis, Hegel's Worm in Newton's Apple.
Could someone please help me understand and parse through De Vincentis' argument in this paper? The physics of the proof are beyond my level, but I'm trying to understand the philosophy of why Hegel would cite flaws in Newton, a far superior scientist.