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1. General Term: Galileo (1564-1642)
orbits need forces. Galileo also is famous for incurring the wrath of the Catholic Church and the inquisition. Galileo is at first careful about his pro-Copernican views. Johannes Kepler urges Galileo to step forward and be counted;
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2. Intro Topic: Galileo
Galileo The most infamous clash between science and religion is undoubtedly the Galileo affair. According to popular mythology the great Italian physicist Galileo Galilei almost lost his life at the hands of the Roman Catholic
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3. Faith and Reason Topic: Ron Numbers on Galileo's Treatment by the Church
Ron Numbers on Galileo 's Treatment by the Church Other Interviews: Munawar Anees Anindita N. Balslev John D. Barrow S.
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4. Interview: Ron Numbers
Contrary to common myth, Galileo suffered very little abuse at the hands of the Catholic Church. He was never tortured, he never faced death. In fact, he was never imprisoned. His penalty was house arrest at a pleasant villa on the outskirts
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5. Interview: 'Faith and Reason' Transcript
are the documents related to Galileo's famous trial. In many people's minds, this event has taken on all the trappings of a medieval witch hunt. But, in fact, during the proceedings, Galileo was housed in luxury, and never spent a single day in
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6. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Stephen Hawking and the Growth of Quantu...
no wish to share the fate of Galileo ...’ However, Hawking has ventured various theological comments much more extreme than any uttered by Galileo, most famously that: So long as the universe had a beginning, we could suppose that it had
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7. Intro Topic: History
Isn't that what the trial of Galileo was all about? In fact this widely held view is a distortion of the historical truth. On the contrary, historians over the past fifty years have revealed that for most of history science and religion have been
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8. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Book Section: Historical Examples of the Debate
The Career of Galileo Galilei The Galileo Affair The Type of Case Galileo Made The Love Affair Gone Wrong The Rise of Darwinism The Caricature - Darwin v. Christianity Early
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9. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: Religion and the Rise of Science
on the particular genius of Galileo , the first man to bring together mathematics, observation and experiment in a combination such as modern science employs? (see the career of Galileo Galilei ) To what extent was the history of the world changed
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10. Interview: Rustum Roy
the religion in the time of Galileo . They read about the Inquisition, and they think, ah, that's religion. Well, we don't talk about the physics at the time of Galileo. And I think they should have the humility to study liberation theology,
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