Книга: Jerome J. Langford «Galileo, Science and the Church»

Galileo, Science and the Church

Серия: "Ann Arbor Paperbacks"

When Pope Urban VIII described Galileo as the man who "gave rise to the greatest scandal in Christendom," he had no inkling that centuries later the case of Galileo would still be in the open courts of scientific and public opinion. Far from closing with his condemnation in 1633, this infamous controversy became a focal point for polemicists, apologists, novelists, and playwrights. Yet with few exceptions, the vast literature generated by the Galileo affair has either missed the real issues at stake or has lifted them out of their proper historical milieu. Based on extensive research, "Galileo, Science and the Church" admirably fills these gaps, presenting a penetrating and objective account of the circumstances, events, and enduring consequences of that momentous human and philosophical drama. Recognized as a classic account of the case—in print for more than twenty-five years—this third edition is both updated and expanded. Langford has surveyed the most important advances...

Издательство: "University of Michigan Press" (1992)

Формат: 135x205, 248 стр.

ISBN: 0-472-06510-6

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