The Logic of Copernicus's Arguments and His Education in Logic At Cracow

in Early Science and Medicine
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Abstract

The astronomical traditions on which Copernicus drew for his major works have been well researched. Questions about Copernicus's arguments and his education in logic have been less thoroughly treated. The arguments supplied by Copernicus in his major works are shown to rely to a large extent on well-known dialectical topics or inference warrants. Some peculiar features of his arguments, however, point to sources at Cracow that very likely inspired him to construct arguments based on the requirement of real connections between antecedents and consequents as a condition for the validity of hypothetical conditionals.

Early Science and Medicine

A Journal for the Study of Science, Technology and Medicine in the Pre-modern Period

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