The Copernican Revolution: Planetary Astronomy in the Development of Western Thought

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Vintage Books, 1959 - Astronomy - 297 pages
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For me, this was an important follow-up to The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. This book gives perspective to the events surrounding one of the most important shifts of thought in Western history ... Read full review

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Whereas The Structure of Scientific Revolutions is a book of bold claims about the very nature of science itself, The Copernican Revolution is a much humbler effort-- the account of one revolution ... Read full review

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Contents

The Ancient TwoSphere Universe
1
The Problem of the Planets
45
The TwoSphere Universe in Aristotelian Thought
78
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