Finocchiaro, Maurice A.: The Condemnation Of Galileo

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Finocchiaro, Maurice A. “The Condemnation of Galileo (1633).” Retrying Galileo, 1633–1992, 1st ed., University of California Press, 2005, pp. 7–25,
Maurice A. Finocchiaro is a Professor of Philosophy, at the University of a Nevada. Finocchiaro’s new and revised translations have captured an exceptional range of Galileo's career

This is the translated trials of Galileo in 1633 in which Galileo was charged with heresy for his support of heliocentricity, by the catholic church. With the option of disclaiming his theories or facing execution he chose life, Galileo retracted all his publishing and was placed under house arrest for the rest of his life.

Galilei, Galileo, Stillman Drake, and Albert Einstein. Dialogue concerning the Two Chief World
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His contributions and works have had a profound impact on many fields of science. He made significant discoveries with his telescope of the heavens, and his theories on motion.

Galilei, Galileo, Thomas Salusbury, and Stillman Drake. Discourse on Bodies in Water. Urbana: U of Illinois, 1960. Print.
Discourse on bodies in water was written by Galileo in the 17th century, it was written in the form of a letter to Alexander Orsini. Galileo discusses how the rotation and revolution of the earth causes a constant movement of the tides motion. This was significant because it was an early indication of Galileo support for Copernicus, in writing that the earth revolved.

Born on February 15, 1564, in Pisa, Italy, Galileo Galilei was a renowned astronomer, physicist, engineer, philosopher, and mathematician. His contributions and works have had a profound impact on many fields of science. He made significant discoveries with his telescope of the heavens, and his theories on
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“His Father’s Son.” Galileo: Watcher of the Skies, Yale University Press, 2010, pp. 9–13
Galileo was the eldest son of Vincenzo Galilei(Father) and Giulia di Cosimo Ammannati (Mother). His father was a Florentine musician, who moved to Pisa in 1562 where he married and created a music school

Wallace, William A. “Sources of Galileo’s Logical Questions.” Galileo and His Sources: Heritage of the Collegio Romano in Galileo's Science, Princeton University Press, 1984, pp. 3–53,
Article discusses Galileo early development of the telescope which had such a huge impact on his latter works. Galileo perfection of the telescope led to many key discoveries, which led to his support of heliocentricity.
William Wallace got a Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Freiburg, Switzerland. He was a U.S. Navy, Ensign to Lieutenant Commander, 1941-1946; research at Naval Ordnance Laboratory, Lector in Philosophy, Dominican Houses of Studies in Springfield, Ky., and Dover, Mass., 1954-1962; Lecturer in Philosophy Sigma Xi; Phi Beta Kappa; He also won the Manhattan College Alumni Society Award for Achievement,
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