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This bibliography section of the book titled Copernicus and the Aristotelian Tradition includes list of abbreviations, editions and documentary sources, and secondary sources. The book deals with the most important results of the scholarly literature since 1973 and the best Polish scholarship of the past century, this is the first comprehensive study of Copernicus's achievement in English that examines Nicolaus Copernicus's path to heliocentrism from the perspective of late medieval philosophy, the Renaissance recovery of ancient literature and science, and early-modern editions of books that Copernicus used.

Keywords: Aristotelian tradition; Nicolaus Copernicus



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