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 Equilibrium - Philosophy Dictionary of Arguments
Equilibrium: In physics, equilibrium is a state in which the forces acting on an object or system are balanced. This means that the net force is zero, and the object or system is not accelerating. The concept helps to understand how objects and systems behave. It is also used in engineering, chemistry, and economics.
Annotation: The above characterizations of concepts are neither definitions nor exhausting presentations of problems related to them. Instead, they are intended to give a short introduction to the contributions below. – Lexicon of Arguments.
Author Item    More concepts for author
Buchanan, James M. Equilibrium   Buchanan, James M.
Eldredge, Niles Equilibrium   Eldredge, Niles
Gould, Stephen Jay Equilibrium   Gould, Stephen Jay
Hirschman, Albert O. Equilibrium   Hirschman, Albert O.
Meadows, Dennis L. Equilibrium   Meadows, Dennis L.
Microeconomics Equilibrium   Microeconomics
Newton, Isaac Equilibrium   Newton, Isaac
Pareto, Vilfredo Equilibrium   Pareto, Vilfredo
Rawls, John Equilibrium   Rawls, John
Walras, Léon Equilibrium   Walras, Léon

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