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Appendix I. A Summary Of Peter Of Spain’s Division And Enumeration Of Topics

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This appendix section of the book Copernicus and the Aristotelian Tradition Education, Reading, and Philosophy in Copernicus's Path to Heliocentrism presents a summary of Peter of Spain's division. The book covers Copernicus’s early period in Toruń and Cracow. It summarizes important results of mostly Polish scholarship on the socio-economic details of life along the Vistula River in the fifteenth century, and on Copernicus's early education and knowledge of Polish. Medieval scholars developed a strong commentary tradition and several schools of interpretation in both logic and natural philosophy.

Keywords: Aristotelian tradition education; Copernicus’s



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