The Copernican revolution : planetary astronomy in the development of western thought

@inproceedings{Kuhn1958TheCR,
  title={The Copernican revolution : planetary astronomy in the development of western thought},
  author={Thomas S. Kuhn},
  year={1958}
}
  • T. Kuhn
  • Published 1 April 1958
  • Physics
* Foreword by James Bryant Conant *1. The Ancient Two-Sphere Universe *2. The Problem of the Planets *3. The Two-Sphere Universe in Aristotelian Thought *4. Recasting the Tradition. Aristotle to the Copernicans *5. Copernicus' Innovation *6. The Assimilation of Copernican Astronomy *7. The New Universe * Technical Appendix * References * Bibliographical * Notes * Index 

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