References for Galileo Galilei

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  1. S Drake, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
    http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Galileo.aspx
  2. S Drake, Galileo at Work: His Scientific Biography (Chicago, Ill.-London, 1981).
  3. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9105766/Galileo

Books:

  1. W Brandmüller and E J Greipl, Copernico, Galilei e la Chiesa : Fine della controversia (1820) : gli atti del Sant'Uffizio (Florence, 1992).
  2. M Bucciantini, Contro Galileo : Alle origini dell'affare (Florence, 1995).
  3. T Campanella, A defense of Galileo, the mathematician from Florence (Notre Dame, IN, 1994).
  4. S Drake, Galileo Studies: Personality, Tradition, and Revolution (1970).
  5. S Drake, Galileo (Oxford, 1980).
  6. S Drake, Galileo : pioneer scientist (Toronto, ON, 1990).
  7. S Drake, Galileo : Past Masters (New York, 1980).
  8. A Fantoli, Galileo: For Copernicanism and for the Church (Vatican, 1994).
  9. A Fantoli, Galileo : For Copernicanism and for the Church (Vatican City, 1994).
  10. M A Finocchiaro, Galileo and the art of reasoning : Rhetorical foundations of logic and scientific method (Dordrecht-Boston, Mass., 1980).
  11. L Geymonat, Galileo Galilei (New York, 1965).
  12. A Koyré, Galileo studies (Atlantic Highlands, N.J., 1978).
  13. P Machamer (ed.), The Cambridge companion to Galileo (Cambridge, 1998).
  14. P Redondi, Galileo : heretic (Princeton, NJ, 1987).
  15. C A Ronan, Galileo (1974).
  16. E Schmutzer and W Schütz, Galileo Galilei (German) (Thun, 1989).
  17. M Sharratt, Galileo : Decisive Innovator (Cambridge, 1994).
  18. W R Shea, Galileo's intellectual revolution. Middle period, 1610-1632 (New York, 1977).
  19. R S Westfall, Essays on the trial of Galileo (Vatican, 1989).

Articles:

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  4. U Baldini, Additamenta Galilaeana. II, Galileo in letters of the Elector of Cologne and of Ricardo de Burgo to Christopher Grienberger (Italian), Nuncius Ann. Storia Sci. 2 (1) (1987), 3-36.
  5. U Barcaro, Galileo and the biological world (Italian), Physis - Riv. Internaz. Storia Sci. 24 (3) (1982), 357-379.
  6. U Barcaro, The properties of circular motion in Galileo's 'Discourses' (Italian), Physis - Riv. Internaz. Storia Sci. 24 (1) (1982), 5-16.
  7. U Barcaro, The concept of inertia in the 'Discourses' of Galileo (Italian), Physis - Riv. Internaz. Storia Sci. 22 (3-4) (1980), 325-342.
  8. F J Baumgartner, Galileo's French correspondents, Ann. of Sci. 45 (2) (1988), 169-182.
  9. D A Bayuk, The controversy between Vincenzo Galilei and Gioseffo Zarlino and its influence on the theoretical thought of Galileo Galilei (Russian), Voprosy Istor. Estestvoznan. i Tekhn. (1) (1993), 46-56.
  10. M Biagioli, New documents on Galileo, Nuncius Ann. Storia Sci. 6 (2) (1991), 157-169.
  11. M Biagioli, Galileo the emblem maker, Isis 81 (307) (1990), 230-258.
  12. M Biagioli, Galileo's system of patronage, Hist. of Sci. 28 (79, 1) (1990), 1-62.
  13. T Bolelli, Lingua e stile di Galileo, Nuovo Cimento (10) 2 (1955), 1173-1192.
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  16. V Cappelletti, Galileo's trial (Italian), Arch. Internat. Hist. Sci. 33 (110) (1983), 30-35.
  17. M De Caro, Galileo's mathematical Platonism, in Philosophy of mathematics (Vienna, 1993), 13-22.
  18. E Carruccio, Galileo precursore della teoria degli insiemi (Italian), Boll. Un. Mat. Ital. (2) 4 (1942), 175-187.
  19. A Chalmers and R Nicholas, Galileo on the dissipative effect of a rotating earth, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 14 (4) (1983), 315-340.
  20. M Clavelin, Galilée et la mécanisation du système du monde, in Proceedings of the 1978 Pisa Conference on the History and Philosophy of Science I (Dordrecht- Boston, Mass., 1981), 229-251.
  21. J A Coffa, Galileo's concept of inertia, Physis - Riv. Internaz. Storia Sci. 10 (1968), 261-281.
  22. A Coppola and A Drago, Did Galileo invent the principle of inertia? Proposal for a new interpretation of his works (Italian), Rend. Accad. Naz. Sci. XL Mem. Sci. Fis. Natur. (5) 9 (1985), 319-327.
  23. P Costabel, L'atomisme, face cachée de la condamnation de Galilée?, C. R. Acad. Sci. Sér. Gén. Vie Sci. 4 (4) (1987), 349-365.
  24. A C Crombie, Philosophical presuppositions and shifting interpretations of Galileo, in Proceedings of the 1978 Pisa Conference on the History and Philosophy of Science I (Dordrecht- Boston, Mass., 1981), 271-286.
  25. R Devadason, The life history and contributions of a mathematician whom I admire : Galileo Galilei, Menemui Mat. 5 (1) (1983), 16-24.
  26. S Drake, Galileo's first telescopic observations, Journal for the history of astronomy 7 (1976), 153-168.
  27. S Drake, Galileo's gleanings VI : Galileo's first telescope at Padua and Venive, Isis 50 (1959), 245-254.
  28. S Drake, Galileo, Kepler, and the phases of Venus, Journal for the history of astronomy 15 (1984), 198-208.
  29. S Drake, Galileo and satellite prediction, Journal for the history of astronomy 10 (1979), 75-95.
  30. S Drake, Hipparchus- Geminus- Galileo, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 20 (1) (1989), 47-56.
  31. S Drake, Galileo's constant, Nuncius Ann. Storia Sci. 2 (2) (1987), 41-54.
  32. S Drake, Galileo and mathematical physics, in Science and philosophy (Milan, 1985), 627-642.
  33. S Drake, Galileo's steps to full Copernicanism, and back, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 18 (1) (1987), 93-105.
  34. S Drake, Galileo's pre-Paduan writings : years, sources, motivations, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 17 (4) (1986), 429-448.
  35. S Drake, Galileo's physical measurements, Amer. J. Phys. 54 (4) (1986), 302-306.
  36. S Drake, Galileo's 'Dialogue' : Al discreto lettore, Scientia (Milano) 117 (5-8) (1982), 247-274.
  37. S Drake, Alleged departures from Galileo's law of descent, Ann. of Sci. 38 (3) (1981), 339-342.
  38. S Drake, Ptolemy, Galileo, and scientific method, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 9 (2) (1978), 99-115.
  39. S Drake, Galileo's experimental confirmation of horizontal inertia : unpublished manuscripts, Isis 64 (223) (1973), 291-305.
  40. S Drake, The evolution of 'De motu', Isis 67 (237) (1976), 239-250.
  41. S Drake, Velocity and Eudoxian proportion theory, Physis - Riv. Internaz. Storia Sci. 15 (1973), 49-64.
  42. S Drake, The uniform motion equivalent to a uniformly accelerated motion from rest, Isis 63 (216) (1972), 28-38.
  43. S Drake, A further reappraisal of impetus theory : Buridan, Benedetti, and Galileo, Studies in Hist. and Philos. Sci. 7 (4) (1976), 319-336.
  44. S Drake, Galileo's work on free fall in 1604, Physis - Riv. Internaz. Storia Sci. 16 (4) (1974), 309-322.
  45. S Drake, Mathematics and discovery in Galileo's physics, Historia Math. 1 (1974), 129-150.
  46. S Drake, On the probable order of Galileo's notes on motion, Physis - Riv. Internaz. Storia Sci. 14 (1) (1972), 55-68.
  47. S Drake, Galileo's 'Platonic' cosmogony and Kepler's 'Prodromus', J. Hist. Astronom. 4 (3) (1973), 174-191.
  48. S Drake, The question of circular inertia, Physis - Riv. Internaz. Storia Sci. 10 (1968), 282-298.
  49. P Dupont, Continuità e velocità in Galileo (Italian), Atti Accad. Naz. Lincei Rend. Cl. Sci. Fis. Mat. Natur. (8) 39 (1965), 255-262.
  50. H Erlichson, Galileo and high tower experiments, Centaurus 36 (1) (1993), 33-45.
  51. H Erlichson, Galileo's pendulums and planes, Ann. of Sci. 51 (3) (1994), 263-272.
  52. V A Fabrikant, How the concept of acceleration took shape in the mechanics of Galileo, Soviet Phys. Uspekhi 34 (2) (1991), 201.
  53. M Fehér, Galileo and the demonstrative ideal of science, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 13 (2) (1982), 87-110.
  54. E Festa, La notion d''agrégat d'indivisibles' dans la constitution de la cinématique galiléenne : Cavalieri, Galilée, Torricelli, Rev. Histoire Sci. 45 (2-3) (1992), 307-336.
  55. M A Finocchiaro, Methodological aspects of Galileo's thought, Theoria Hist. Sci. 2 (1992), 80-91.
  56. M A Finocchiaro, Galileo's philosophy of science. II, A case study of interdisciplinary synthesis. With an Italian translation, Scientia (Milano) 112 (1-4) (1977), 371-399.
  57. M A Finocchiaro, Galileo's philosophy of science. I, A case study of the role of judgment and of philosophizing in science, Scientia (Milano) 112 (1-4) (1977), 95-138.
  58. M A Finocchiaro, Galileo's space-proportionality argument : a role for logic in historiography, Physis - Riv. Internaz. Storia Sci. 15 (1973), 65-72.
  59. M A Finocchiaro, Vires acquirit eundo : the passage where Galileo renounces space-acceleration and causal investigation, Physis - Riv. Internaz. Storia Sci. 14 (2) (1972), 125-145.
  60. M A Finocchiaro, Galileo as a logician, Physis - Riv. Internaz. Storia. Sci. 16 (2) (1974), 129-148.
  61. H R Frankel, The importance of Galileo's nontelescopic observations concerning the size of the fixed stars, Isis 69 (246) (1978), 77-82.
  62. R Fredette, Galileo's 'De Motu antiquiora', Physis - Riv. Internaz. Storia Sci. 14 (4) (1972), 321-348.
  63. M Galli, Sui contributi di Galileo alla fondazione della dinamica, Boll. Un. Mat. Ital. (3) 9 (1954), 289-300.
  64. M Galli, Le prove meccaniche della rotazione terrestre secondo Galileo, Boll. Un. Mat. Ital. (3) 8 (1953), 328-336.
  65. J Gapaillard, Galilée et le principe du chasseur, Rev. Histoire Sci. 45 (2-3) (1992), 281-306.
  66. J Gapaillard, Galilée et l'accélération de la pesanteur, Physis Riv. Internaz. Storia Sci. (N.S.) 29 (2) (1992), 319-374.
  67. E Garcia de Zuniga, Galileo and pure mathematics (Spanish), Publ. Inst. Mat. Univ. Nac. Litoral 5 (1945), 171-174.
  68. E Garin, Galileo : the scandals of the new 'philosophy' (Italian), Nuncius Ann. Storia Sci. 8 (2) (1993), 417-430.
  69. O Gingerich, How Galileo changed the rules of science, Sky and Telescope 85 (1993), 32-36.
  70. E Giusti, The philosopher-geometer. Mathematics and natural philosophy in Galileo (Italian), Nuncius Ann. Storia Sci. 9 (2) (1994), 485-498.
  71. E Giusti, Galileo studies : the treatise 'De motu aequabili' as a model of the theory of proportions (Italian), Boll. Storia Sci. Mat. 6 (2) (1986), 89-108.
  72. W K Goosens, Galileo's response to the tower argument, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 11 (3) (1980), 215-227.
  73. M J Gorman, A matter of faith? Christoph Scheiner, Jesuit censorship, and the trial of Galileo, Perspect. Sci. 4 (3) (1996), 283-320.
  74. A T Grigorian, Measure, proportion and mathematical structure of Galileo's mechanics, in Nature mathematized I (Dordrecht-Boston, Mass., 1983), 61-65.
  75. A T Grigorian, Measure, proportion and mathematical structure of Galileo's mechanics, Organon 7 (1970), 285-289.
  76. E G Grishko, Galileo Galilei's 'Two books' (Russian), Istor.-Astronom. Issled. 21 (1989), 144-154.
  77. E Grosholz, Descartes and Galileo : the quantification of time and force, in Mathématiques et philosophie de l'antiquité à l'âge classique (Paris, 1991), 197-215.
  78. D Gruender, Galileo and the methods of science, in Proceedings of the 1978 Pisa Conference on the History and Philosophy of Science I (Dordrecht- Boston, Mass., 1981), 259-270.
  79. F Halbwachs and A Torunczyk, On Galileo's writings on mechanics : an attempt at a semantic analysis of Viviani's scholium, Synthese 62 (3) (1985), 459-484.
  80. A Hald, Galileo's statistical analysis of astronomical observations, Internat. Statist. Rev. 54 (2) (1986), 211-220.
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  82. D K Hill, Pendulums and planes : what Galileo didn't publish, Nuncius Ann. Storia Sci. 9 (2) (1994), 499-515.
  83. D K Hill, Dissecting trajectories. Galileo's early experiments on projectile motion and the law of fall, Isis 79 (299) (1988), 646-668.
  84. D K Hill, Galileo's work on 116v : a new analysis, Isis 77 (287) (1986), 283-291.
  85. D K Hill, The projection argument in Galileo and Copernicus : rhetorical strategy in the defence of the new system, Ann. of Sci. 41 (2) (1984), 109-133.
  86. K Hutchison, Sunspots, Galileo, and the orbit of the Earth, Isis 81 (306) (1990), 68-74.
  87. M de Icaza Herrera, Galileo, Bernoulli, Leibniz and Newton around the brachistochrone problem, Rev. Mexicana Fis. 40 (3) (1994), 459-475.
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  99. D W Mertz, On Galileo's method of causal proportionality, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 11 (3) (1980), 229-242.
  100. E Meyer, Galileo's cosmogonical calculations, Isis 80 (303) (1989), 456-468.
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