Dr. King quotes Aristotle's "Physics, Book II" and notes Spinoza's view of nature.

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Nature Aristotle defined nature as ? the distinctive form or quality of such things as have within themselves a principle of motion, such form or quality not being separable from the things themselves, save conceptually.? Physics, II, 1936, [the?] by [Wisksteed?] And [Cornfood? In The Loeb Classical Library edition. Spinoza spoke of nature as the totality of all that [MS: Illegible]
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