Beyond the Copernican Revolution: New Narratives in Early Modern Science

The Copernican Revolution in astronomy has long been regarded as a central theme in the transformation of the sciences in the early modern period. Leading experts on the history of science explore the relevance of this and other narrative frameworks for understanding scientific developments in the era. The conference was held on June 12, 2015 at The Huntington, as a symposium in honor of Robert S. Westman.
Beyond the Copernican Revolution: New Narratives in Early Modern Science

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