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Miszellen Zur Geographia Generalis Des Bernhard Varenius

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This chapter is in German with a brief English abstract which deals with some miscellaneous points on Bernhard Varenius' Geographia Generalis. The following topics are discussed: (1) The influence of Varenius' Geographia Generalis (reprints, revised editions, translations) resulted from the systematic general account of the standard of geographical knowledge at that time, useful for students; (2) The term 'affectiones' already appears in the title; it is often equated with 'proprietates', which means 'properties, typical features'; (3) Although Varenius explains equally the arguments of the Ptolemaics (Aristoteleans) and Copernicans, there can be no doubt about his supporting the heliocentric system; and (4) Varenius' work exhibits signs of reasoning by means of causal connections.

Keywords:Bernhard Varenius; Geographia Generalis

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