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Heilbron takes in the landscape of culture, learning, religion, science, theology, and politics of late Renaissance Italy to produce a richer and more rounded view of Galileo, his scientific thinking, and the company he kept.From all of which it followed that the rim of a disk is made up of an infinite number of matter bits and infinitely divided nothingness. ... aquot;Rarefaction and condensation will be a sort of configuration ofthe plenum and vacuum, condensation by expelling the alieno, rarefaction by ... Simplicio noticed that there was too much geometry and too little physics in Salviatia#39;s philosophy, but had no idea how to repair it.

Author:John Heilbron
Publisher:Oxford University Press - 2010-10-14


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