Thomas Digges' version of the
Copernican Universe (1576)
Galileo's notes on the discovery of the satellites of Jupiter.
|"You must read the book of Nature... In other words, observe and do experiments. This is against the medieval idea of scholasticism--that all wisdom and knowledge are best found in ancient authorities." "Truth cannot be found in the book of Aristotle but in the book of Nature; and the book of Nature is written in the language of mathematics."|
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