The sleepwalkers: a history of man's changing vision of the Universe
Bringing the history of cosmology--from the Babylonians to Newton--to life in a masterly synthesis, Koestler shows how the modern world-view replaced the medieval world-view in the scientific revolution of the seventeenth century.
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One of the best and most informative books I have ever read. An excellent book. I borrowed it from a friend but now I have to buy it and own it myself. It worth reading it more than once.
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Inspired survey of some key figures and events in the progression (and sometimes regression) of Western cosmological thought. Probably wouldn't pass nit-picky muster among professional scientists and ... Read full review
The Harmony of the Spheres
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