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As with the other branches of theoretical physics, our exposition makes no use of the historical approach. From the very beginning it is based on the most general principles: Galileo's principle of relativity, and Hamilton's principle of least action. Only with this approach, indeed, can the exposition form a logical whole and avoid tautological definitions of the fundamental mechanical quantities. It is, moreover, essentially simpler, and leads to the most complete and direct means of solving problems in mechanics.

L. D. Landau
E. M. Lifshitz

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