This paper is zetetic rather than expository: Can we define the field in which Aristotle believed kinesis to operate? My interest in this question stems from my work with his biological writings. The distinction between potentiality and actuality was for him an indispensable instrument for philosophy. The application of this principle reaches its apex when he speaks of active and passive nous.
Peck, Arthur L., "Aristotle on Kinesis" (1963). The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter. 47.