Force, inertia, metric in Newtonian relativity and general relativity

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Description: [Draft:] This note is an exploration of some notions around kinematics, dynamics, matter, inertia, and force in Newtonian- and general-relativistic continuum mechanics. The conceptual pivot of this exploration is this: "Neither in Newtonian relativity or in general relativity should there be any distinction between inertial and non-inertial motion, or between forced and unforced motion".

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