quantity of motion


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quantity of motion

The size or magnitude of motion available for active use, which is determined based on anatomic or geometric assessment of the assessment of the joint
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On this account, the creation and annihilation of the universe (thus the total quantity of motion going from zero in the mind of God to a positive value, and thereafter returning to zero) at the times ordained for it is not incompatible with the immutability of God's will.
Again, for Descartes, unlike Aquinas, there cannot be a range of possible numerical values of the total quantity of motion in the divine mind, from which God then actualizes one value at a given time according to the order of God's providential wisdom.
I argued that kinetic energy can be defined as a quantity of motion and its time derivative as the cause of motion, in a similar way to the Newtonian force being the time derivative of momentum and a postulated cause of motion.
While pain responses were assessed, they were recorded separately from the assessment of quality and quantity of motion, and were not included in the analysis for this study.
This identifies only abnormalities in the quantity of motion, and only that of angular rotation about a coronal axis.
Hanock: There is a large quantity of motion pictures and video product -- media, stock footage and nonlinear opportunities in front of us.
(122) We find: there is motion in the world; matter is not self-movable; therefore matter received a certain quantity of motion at the moment of its first creation by God (Immortality, bk.