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In: The Making of Copernicus
In: The Making of Copernicus
In: The Making of Copernicus
In: The Making of Copernicus

’s works – which are extremely technical, detailed, and copious – is lacking. Generally speaking, historians have been inclined to describe Riccioli in different ways: sometimes he is portrayed as an intelligent Copernican; more often as a Copernican in disguise, unable to profess his political and

In: Nuncius

, 2004, 86 /2:255–276 and; Robert J. Manning, “Dürer’s ‘Melencolia  I ’: A Copernican Interpretation,” Soundings , 1983, 66 :24–33. 3 https://www.livescience.com/45557-durer-engraving-shaped-science-and-math.html . Accessed October 19, 2018. 4 See Chapter Three: “Therapies of the Image in the Age of

In: Nuncius

esperienza , wherein Galileo replicated his father’s rational-empirical usage of the term, appeared in the Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems . Conceding the “obvious and sensible” objections to Copernicanism, Galileo (as Salviati) added: “were it not for the existence of a superior and better

In: Nuncius

’s entries. As Ugo Baldini shows, in the Italian edition there are some passages that Toaldo, under the supervision of Giovanni Coi, edited, deleting those sentences that were particularly critical towards the Catholic Church or, to religious thought in general. 69 For example, when talking of the Copernican

In: Nuncius

, and Andrea Sperelli felt under-confident because of the suspicion that the furnishings of the Villa La Capponcina were rubbish. Then, all of a sudden, there was Duchamp’s break with the past: what matters is not Beauty, but the Concept. Once this is clear, with a radical Copernican revolution, one can

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Art and Law
Early Modern Transformations of a Scientist and his Science
All those interested in Copernicus, transformation of images, application of metaphors, history of science,