The Roman Inquisition

Author: Thomas F. Mayer
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812244737
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Drawing on the Roman Inquisition's own records, diplomatic correspondence, local documents, newsletters, and other sources, Thomas F. Mayer provides an intricately detailed account of the ways the Inquisition operated to serve the papacy's ...

The Roman Inquisition On The Stage Of Italy C 1590 1640

Author: Thomas F. Mayer
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812245733
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Drawing on the Roman Inquisition's own records, diplomatic correspondence, local documents, newsletters, and other sources, Thomas F. Mayer provides an intricately detailed account of the ways the Inquisition operated to serve the papacy's ...

The Essential Galileo

Author: Galileo Galilei
Publisher: Hackett Publishing
ISBN: 1603843582
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"Edited and translated by Maurice A. Finocchiaro, an international authority on Galileo, this collection makes available to scholars and students an excellent and extensive selection of Galileo's key works from his early career to the end ...

The Trial Of Galileo

Author: Frederick Purnell
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Aristotelianism, The "New Cosmology," and the Catholic Church, 1616-1633
Frederick Purnell, Michael S. Pettersen, Mark Christopher Carnes. Galileo was
now determined to lead the ... Freed from teaching duties, Galileo said that he
could undertake the great research that would make him famous, and further
burnish the gilded reputation of his chosen patron. The Grand Duke accepted,
offering ... of the Grand Duke of Tuscany. In 1612a Jesuit mathematician wrote a
paper about ...

Galileo Galilei

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84], Chapter 5: The First Discomfiture 1 [It is customary to refer to the proceedings
of 1615-16 as Galileo's first trial, though in fact he was not actually subjected to
formal trial until 1633. — Tr.] For a detailed study of the two trials of Galileo, refer
... It is interesting to note, in support of the importance attributed to this work in the
highest Catholic circles, that Cardinal Conti made reference to it in a reply to
Galileo dated July 7, 1612. Galileo had asked him about the possibility of
reconciling ...

The North British Review

Author: Allan Freer
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Incorrect/(ess of Biot': Account of Galileo's First Trial. 529 doctrine of the earth's
motion, and would neither defend nor teach it, in his conversation or in his
writings, he was dismissed from the court." Sir David Brewster does not mention
the authority upon which he has made this statement, so opposite to that 'ven by
M. Biot, but we find that it is almost a translation of t e introductory portion of the
sentence of condemnation and imprisonment passed upon Galileo in 1633; and
therefore, ...

The North British Review

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Incorrectness of Biot's Account of Galileo's First Trial. 529 doctrine of the earth's
motion, and would neither defend nor teach it, in his conversation or in his
writings, he was dismissed from the court." Sir David Brewster does not mention
the authority upon which he has made this statement, so opposite to that given by
M. Biot, but we find that it is almost a translation of the introductory portion of the
sentence of condemnation and imprisonment passed upon Galileo in 1633 ; and
therefore ...

The Eclectic Magazine Of Foreign Literature Science And Art

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And this is the more remarkable, as he has himself published, in his fourth article”
on the subject, the original text of the trial of 1633, in which the following correct
account is given of the proceedings and decree of 1615:— “Since you, Galileo,
the ... in May and December 1612+,) in which you explained the same doctrine
as true;—that you replied to certain objections against you, taken from sacred
scripture, by glossing the same scripture according to your own interpretation of it
,” etc.

Curious Land

Author: David E. Mungello
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When Galileo began publicly attacking the Aristotelian-Ptolemaic view and
promoting Copernicanism, he became deeply implicated in a cosmological and
theological controversy which he had insufficient expertise to handle. When
Clavius died in 1612, Galileo lost his primary supporter in the Church. There
followed in 1616 a decree that Galileo's proposal of heliocentrism was erroneous
. A trial and public condemnation followed in 1633. The situation became
increasingly difficult for ...