Newton’s classic mechanics doesn’t have other categories of being such as such as mind, purpose, life or organization. Newtons laws of motion form the three physical laws that combined a form basis for classical mechanics.
In contrast to Aristotle (Greece) point of view, he opposed the idea that the basis of true reality was only in a transcendental point. As a substitute model, he came up with his explanation of categories: Within the ten categories he explained that, "substance" was primary and defined what all objects contain. Other categories like relation, quality, and quantity were derived attributes, which were meaningful when assigned to an object that has substance. For him, the world consisted of persons and separated substances with common attributes. Aristotle gave an account that rotating spheres carried the Sun, Moon, Stars and planets around a stationary unique earth. In contrast to newton, his natural science established broad principles of change that controls all natural bodies, i.e. celestial, inanimate, living and terrestrial and motion change in