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An anatomy of a religio-scientific polemic
the Wilkins-Ross controversy revisited Feingold, Mordechai    The Wilkins-Ross controversy has long been recognized as crucial for the diffusion of Copernicanism in England, as well as for the waning of Biblicism as an imposing authority... Year: 2020
Feingold, Mordechai
An anatomy of a religio-scientific polemic : the Wilkins-Ross controversy revisited / Mordechai Feingold
In: Focus: the reception of Galileo in England and Scotland during the long seventeenth century. p. 51-90
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Between Galileo's celestial novelties and Clavius's astronomical legacy
the cosmology of the Jesuit Giovanni Paolo Lembo (1615) Carolino, Luís Miguel, 1969-    In the last edition of his Commentarius in sphaeram Ioannis de Sacrobosco, published in 1611, Christoph Clavius urged astronomers to work out an astronomical solution that... Year: 2020
Carolino, Luís Miguel, 1969-
Between Galileo's celestial novelties and Clavius's astronomical legacy : the cosmology of the Jesuit Giovanni Paolo Lembo (1615) / Luís Miguel Carolino
In: Galilaeana A. 17 (2020), p. 193-217
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Did Galileo truly say, And yet it moves?
A modern detective story Livio, Mario, 1945-    This paper describes the results of an extensive research, aimed at verifying the origin of Galileỏs most famous motto, E Pur si Muove. Since 1911, it has been believed that... Year: 2020
Livio, Mario, 1945-
Did Galileo truly say, And yet it moves? : A modern detective story / Mario Livio
In: Galilaeana A. 17 (2020), p. 289-296
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Finocchiaro, Maurice A., 1942-
Facts and fictions, insights and oversights in Galileo's early biographies / Maurice A. Finocchiaro
In: Galilaeana A. 17 (2020), p. 313-320
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Focus: the reception of Galileo in England and Scotland during the long seventeenth century
In: Galilaeana A. 17 (2020), p. 3-167
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Galileo philosopher geometer and his influence on Charleton, Barrow and Keill
Palmerino, Carla Rita, 1969-    This article analyses how Walter Charleton, Isaac Barrow and John Keill reacted to Galileo's views concerning the composition of continuous magnitudes and the relation between... Year: 2020
Palmerino, Carla Rita, 1969-
Galileo philosopher geometer and his influence on Charleton, Barrow and Keill / Carla Rita Palmerino
In: Focus: the reception of Galileo in England and Scotland during the long seventeenth century. p. 143-165
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Galileo, Descartes and Newton's laws
Giannetto, Enrico, 1958-    The debate on the influence of Galileo in the formulation of Newton's laws in the Principia has naturally extended to the study of manuscripts from the period 1664-1684. Almost... Year: 2020
Giannetto, Enrico, 1958-
Galileo, Descartes and Newton's laws / Enrico R.A.C. Giannetto
In: Focus: the reception of Galileo in England and Scotland during the long seventeenth century. p. 167-192
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The greate Star-gazer Galileo in mid-seventeenth-century England
the case of Robert Boyle Ricciardo, Salvatore, 1977-    Over the past thirty years, our understanding of various aspects of Boyle's intellectual biography has been significantly enhanced. However, little or no attention has been... Year: 2020
Ricciardo, Salvatore, 1977-
The greate Star-gazer Galileo in mid-seventeenth-century England : the case of Robert Boyle / Salvatore Ricciardo
In: Focus: the reception of Galileo in England and Scotland during the long seventeenth century. p. 117-142
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Trabucco, Oreste, 1967-
Io confondo li macchiavellisti e scienziati, che eternano il mondo con Aristotele : su una biografia di Tommaso Campanella / Oreste Trabucco
In: Galilaeana A. 17 (2020), p. 297-301
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Kenelm Digby's Two Treatises and the reception of the Galilean science of motion
Clucas, Stephen    Raylor, Timothy    The reception of and reaction to Galileo's science of motion stimulated by the Minim friar, Marin Mersenne, in the early 1640s has been the subject of some discussion in recent... Year: 2020
Clucas, Stephen
Kenelm Digby's Two Treatises and the reception of the Galilean science of motion / Stephen Clucas, Timothy Raylor
In: Focus: the reception of Galileo in England and Scotland during the long seventeenth century. p. 91-116