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ELEMENTS FOR THE RELATIVE CHRONOLOGY OF GALILEI'S DE MOTU ANTIQUIORA

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L'ordine di composizione dei quattro testi raccolti sotto il nome collettivo di DE MOTU ANTIQUIORA stato oggetto di discussione tra gli studiosi galileiani, che hanno proposto differenti soluzioni. Sulla base di un confronto dettagliato dei passi comuni a due o pi degli scritti in questione, si portano dei nuovi argomenti a sostegno della successione Dialogo, Trattato in 23 capitoli, Trattato in 2 capitoli, Trattato in 10 capitoli.

Affiliations: 1: Universit di Firenze Partially supported by MURST, within the research project "Storia delle matematiche". The results of this paper have been presented to the Conference "Testi e contesti galileiani", Al- tona, 1996

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1998-01-01
2016-12-08

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