Article ID: CBB000931301

I Galilei di Eugenio Garin (2009)


The essay goes back over the interpretations Eugenio Garin gave of Galileo in the course of his long activity as a historiographer, from that of the 80s that connects Galileo to the mainly Italian but also European crisis brought on by the CounterReformation, to that of the 60s that in Galileo identified the beginning of science and modern philosophy. Finally, it presents the Aristotelian and empiricist Galileo of the 40s, which derives from the interpretation that Garin then gave of therelationship between medieval philosophy and the Renaissance.


Description Reflections of the historiography of the historian Eugenio Garin.

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Authors & Contributors
Basso Lorini, Elisabetta
Wei, Yidong
Van Helden, Albert
Teodoro, Leandro Alves
Su, Yujuan
Stoffel, Jean-François
History of Science
História, Ciências, Saúde---Manguinhos
Galilæana: Journal of Galilean Studies
VIET: Voprosy Istorii Estestvoznaniia i Tekhniki
Technology and Culture
Scripta Nova. Revista Electrónica de Geografía y Ciencias Sociales
Fordham University Press
Historians of science, modern
History of science, as a discipline
History of medicine, as a discipline
Galilei, Galileo
Duhem, Pierre
Van Heijenoort, Jean
Tannery, Paul
Mises, Ludwig von
Mattoso, José Teodoro
Time Periods
20th century
19th century
17th century
21st century
20th century, early
Great Britain
Lisbon (Portugal)

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