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Autore principale:Savorelli, Alessandro.
Titolo:Galileo positivista / Alessandro Savorelli.
Abstract:The cult of Galileo in Italy during the second half of the nineteenth century is something of a paradox: Precisely during the period of the cultural hegemony of positivism, the 'founder' ofmodern science was not the object of particular critical or historiographical attention. His image was divided between a theoretical reduction to a mannered empiricism, an insertion in the pantheon of ''Italic genius'', and the idea, often promoted in particuarly naive ways, that he was a 'precursor' of monism and of the 'philosophy' of potivism itself. The few exceptions are due to the research of Domenico Berti on Galileo's trials and to the epistemological studies conducted by scientists, like Giovanni Cantoni, and historians of science with a pragmatic background, like Giovanni Vailati  
Visionato in:IMSS
In:Letture galileiane (2008 : Firenze)  Galileo nella coscienza nazionale, miti e frustrazioni nell' Italia dell'Ottocento.    p. 27-39
Persone:Galilei, Galileo, 1564-1642--Diffusione e fortuna.
Sudd. cronologiche:Secolo XVII.
Secoli XVII-XX.