Analysis and explanation, however, both of which retreat from the perfection of nature, must be kept strictly separate from that ground of the whole to which they refer.
For when, in mathematics, geometry abstracts from time and is constituted solely on the principle of space, while arithmetic abstracts from space relying solely on the principle of time, then knowledge connections in the formal whole are clearly quite distinct from the actual relationships of nature, in which space and time are inseparably united.
World class golfers have swings with a range of club handle twist velocities (HTV) from very slow to very fast and either method appears to create a successful swing.
The purpose of this research was to discover the relationship between HTV at impact and selected body and club biomechanical characteristics during a driver swing.
One word of advice: keep your eye on the term ‘centrifugal force’. The spirited advocacy of a philosophical physics (or physical philosophy) overcoming mechanics and mathematics. A vital reminder of the importance of all these issues in Hegel’s thought. Hegel All of nature’s earthly creations show their inadequacy in the face of her first force, gravity.
Hegel, Jena, 1801 translated from the Latin original by David Healan Berlin and Yokohama, 2006 [Warm thanks to Wolfgang Neuser for the original stimulus to undertake this project.During the downswing all golfers must roll their forearms and twist the club handle in order to square the club face into impact.Anecdotally some instructors say that rapidly twisting the handle and quickly closing the club face is the best technique while others disagree and suggest the opposite.From an instructional perspective it is important to be aware of the body posture and wrist/forearm motion differences between the two techniques so as to be consistent when teaching either method. It's flagged in the footnotes, but as Neuser explains in greater detail in the introduction to his 1986 German translation in Hegel: Dissertatio Philosophica de Orbitis Planetarum – Philosophische Erörterung über die Planetenbahnen (Acta humaniora VCH, Weinheim), the confusion (by no means unique to Hegel) and differing views among physicists as well as philosophers prevailing at the end of the eighteenth century surrounding this concept go a long way to explaining Hegel’s most interesting errors in his Habilitationsschrift (a sort of doctoral dissertation in this case). Despite its faults, the dissertation is indeed of great fascination. Subdued by the pressure of the whole, they perish however perfectly they may, after their own fashion, embody the image of the universe.The total group was also divided into two sub-groups of 32, one group with the fastest HTV (Hi-HTV) and the other with the slowest HTV (Lo-HTV).Single factor ANOVAs were completed for HTV and each selected biomechanical parameter.Whoever approaches this part of physics soon realises that it is rather a mechanics than a physics of the heavens and that astronomy’s laws derive their origin from another science, from mathematics, rather than actually having been teased from nature or constructed by reason.Our great countryman Kepler, blessed with the gift of genius as he was, discovered the laws according to which the planets circulate in their orbits.Thus is Cicero’s praise of Socrates, that he brought philosophy down from heaven into the lives and hearths of men, to be judged rather meagre unless we understand it as saying that philosophy can bring no benefit to our lives and our homes without, once descended, exerting all its energy to ascend once again back up into heaven.The brief space of a dissertation is hardly suitable to the treatment of so august an object of enquiry. I will attempt to do that by first discussing the concepts usual to the physics contained in the science of astronomy.