Mechanics (or Mechanica or Mechanical Problems; Greek: Μηχανικά) is a text traditionally attributed to Aristotle, though his authorship of it is disputed. Thomas Winter has suggested that the author was Archytas. However, Coxhead says that it is only possible to conclude that the author was one of the Peripatetics.
- Thomas Nelson Winter, "The Mechanical Problems in the Corpus of Aristotle," DigitalCommons@University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 2007.
- Coxhead, Michael A. (2012). "A close examination of the pseudo-Aristotelian Mechanical Problems: The homology between mechanics and poetry as techne". Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 43: 300–306.
- Greek Wikisource has original text related to this article: Μηχανικά
- Pseudo-Aristotle, Mechanica - Greek text and English translation
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