4 edition of Theory and observation in ancient and medieval astronomy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Bernard R. Goldstein.|
|Series||Variorum reprint ;, CS215|
|LC Classifications||QB16 .G65 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||348 p. in various pagings :|
|Number of Pages||348|
|LC Control Number||85216343|
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Edward Worth’s collection holds two works on ancient astronomy: Aratus Solensis’s Aratou Soleōs Phainomena kai Diosēmeia: Theōnos ou Mēchanikou Peri arateias sphairas (Paris, ) and Denis Petau’s Uranologion (Paris ), a large folio compilatory volume of works by ancient authors such as Hipparchus /ancient-and-medieval-astronomy.
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Medieval Astronomy. With the fall of Rome, much of the astronomy of the classical age was lost to Europeans. Medieval beliefs about the universe were distilled partly from Plato (via a commentary on Cicero’s Dream of Scipio by a fifth-century Latin scholar named Macrobius), but mostly from the philosophical works of Aristotle.
In the Aristotelean cosmos, the Earth is an unmoving sphere which Astronomy and MathematicsARATUS ON THE POLESSourcesClosely Related.
With few exceptions, mathematics and astronomy were closely related in the ancient writings on science. From the first century B.C.E. and throughout the Roman Empire, learning, teaching, and practical application was exegetical, that is, dispersed through the Source for information on Astronomy and Mathematics: The reader is referred to B.
Goldstein's article on “Theory and Observation in Medieval Astronomy”, Isis, lxiii (), 39 – 47, which, in spite of the similarity of its title, deals mainly with other problems than those treated in the present paper.
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The debate over the origin of the Ptolemaic star catalogue was accompanied by a moralistic evaluation of its genesis. After the accusing faction had offered their evidence for the Hipparchan origin of the catalogue, they proceeded to impose the ideal standards belonging to the way they conceived their own scientific activities on Ptolemy’s scientific methodology and, consequently Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) https Astronomy - Astronomy - Ancient Greece: Astronomy is present from the beginning of Greek literature.
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