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In English and in line with the ordinary language philosophers who appeal to definitions not based on abstruse metaphysical speculation but rather ordinary language description, strength has several meanings with respect to force: Strength used colloquially can be seen as that which has the potential to exert force as in a strong man or powerful motor. A ...


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strength is the capacity to resist a force without failure or compromise. something or someone who is strong will not break when a force is applied. power is the speed with which work can be performed. something or someone who is powerful can perform a lot of work in a short time. work occurs when a force applied to something causes it to move. useful ...


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1817 lectures PhilPapers translates the title as Lectures on Logic and Metaphysics (from Wyss's announcement of the find in Hegel-Studien). Here is the German edition Vorlesungen über Logik und Metaphysik, Heidelberg 1817, Hamburg: Meiner (1992). The publisher's description explains (my translation): "It was not until 1984 that the postscript of a ...


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