References for: Christianity and the Mathematical Sciences - the Heliocentric Hypothesis

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  12. H Shapley, Science Ponders Religion (New York, 1960).
  13. G Simon, Kepler-astronome, astrologue (Paris, 1979).

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  15. J von Plato, Nicole Oresme and the ergodicity of rotations, Acta Philos. Fenn. 32 (1981), 190-197.
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  17. G Zimmermann, Die Gottesvorstellung des Nicolaus Copernicus, Studia Leibnitiana 20 (1) (1988), 63-79.

JOC/EFR February 2002

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