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Manuscript Metadata

Resource ID

39071

Access

Open

Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

type of material

A. MS.

description

A fuller treatment of the experiments of Galileo than in MS. 1282. CSP ends with an emotional appeal that the treatment accorded Galileo not be repeated. "Ah! Ladies and Gentlemen, it is a bitter thing to be put into the world by God to do a special great piece of work, to be hungering and thirsting to do it, and to be prevented by the jealousies and coldness of men." And: "Do not fancy that the blocking of the wheels of progress is confined to by-gone times and to strange countries."

general index

Galileo, history of see also Astronomy history of Mathematics history of

pagination

pp. 1-18.

Date

1892~?

number

MS1283_011

abbreviated title

-

date (Robin)

c. 1892?

go to Manuscript Pages

 Public : MS_1283
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