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Its price is the loss of the factual character that internal time has. As a result, Newtonian time satisfies the criterion of objective externality, but it fails to satisfy concreteness. Hence it is not operational in the strict sense of Baconian/Cartesian science. Much of the confusion surrounding the notion of time in the natural sciences is presumably due to this delicate mixture of satisfied and unsatisfied criteria for operational access. Since no such mixture obscures the corresponding notions of space, there is a clear-cut emphasis on its concrete and external relevance.
For instance in his discussion of scattering he does not really use the action principle but energy conservation. In 1751 Samuel Koenig en passant mentioned in a reply that Maupertius' quantity is the same as that already stated by Leibniz in a letter to the mathematician Jacob Hermann. This denial of priority and, moreover, Koenig's attempt to bring the Newtonian Maupertius on Leibnizian grounds provoked a fierce reaction by the president, which initiated a publicistic war between followers of Leibniz and of Newton, Voltaire and his former friend Frederick the Great.
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