References for Christoph Scheiner

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  1. W R Shea, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
    http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Christoph_Scheiner.aspx

Books:

  1. U Baldini and G V Coyne (ed.), Robert Bellarmine, The Louvain Lectures (Lectiones Lovanienses) of Bellarmine and the autograph copy of his 1616 declaration to Galileo (Vatican Observatory Publications, Vatican City, 1984).
  2. F Daxecker, The Physicist and Astronomer Christoph Scheiner: Biography, Letters, Works (Leopold-Franzens-University of Innsbruck, Innsbruck, 2004).
  3. M J Gorman, The Scientific Counter-revolution. Mathematics, natural philosophy and experimentalism in Jesuit culture 1580-c.1670 (Ph.D. thesis, European University Institute, Florence, 1998).
  4. L Ingaliso, Filosofia e cosmologia in Christoph Scheiner (Rubbettino, Soveria Mannelli, 2005).
  5. J MacDonnell, Jesuit geometers. A study of fifty-six prominent Jesuit geometers during the first two centuries of Jesuit history (Vatican Observatory Publications, Vatican City, 1989).
  6. E Reeves and A V Helden (eds.), Galileo Galilei, Christoph Scheiner, Eileen Reeves, Albert Van Helden, On Sunspots (University of Chicago Press, 2010).
  7. A von Braunmuehl, Christoph Scheiner als Mathematiker, Physiker and Astronom (Bamberg, 1891).

Articles:

  1. M Biagioli, Picturing Objects in the Making: Scheiner, Galilei and the Discovery of Sunspots, in Detel and Zittel (Eds.), Ideals and Cultures of Knowledge in Early Modern Europe (Berlin, 2002), 39-95.
  2. J Casanovas, Early Observations of Sunspots: Scheiner and Galileo, in B Schmieder, J C del Toro Iniesta and M Vásquez (Eds.), 1st Advances in Solar Physics Euroconference, Advances in the Physics of Sunspots, ASP Conference Series 118 (1997), 3-20.
  3. F Daxecker, Scheiner, Christoph, Neue Deutsche Biographie 22 (Berlin, 2005), 638-648.
  4. S Drake, Sunspots, Sizzi, and Scheiner, in W R Shea (ed.), Galileo's Intellectual Revolution; Middle Period (1610-1632) (Science History Publications, New York, 1972), 177-199.
  5. M J Gorman, A Matter of Faith? Christoph Scheiner, Jesuit censorship and the Trial of Galileo, Perspectives on Science 4 (3) (1996), 283-320.
  6. G McColley, Christopher Scheiner and the Decline of neo-Aristotelianism, Isis 32 (1) (1940), 63-69.
  7. J D Moss, The Significance of the Sunspot Question, in J D Moss (ed.), Heavens: Rhetoric and Science in the Copernican Controversy (University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1993), 97-125.
  8. G Ouwendijk, Review: The Physicist and Astronomer Christoph Scheiner: Biography, Letters, Works by Franz Daxecker, Renaissance Quarterly 58 (1) (2005), 294-295.
  9. P Palmieri, Mental models in Galileo's early mathematization of nature, Stud. Hist. Philos. Sci. 34A (2) (2003), 229-264.
  10. W R Shea, Scheiner, and the Interpretation of Sunspots, Isis 61 (4) (1970), 498-519.
  11. W R Shea, Galileo, Sunspots and Inconstant Heavens, in W R Shea (ed.), Galileo's Intellectual Revolution; Middle Period (1610-1632) (Science History Publications, New York, 1972), 49-74.
  12. A van Helden, Galileo and Scheiner on Sunspots: A Case Study in the Visual Language of Astronomy, Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc. 140 (3) (1996), 358-396.
  13. E Whalley, Scheiner's Halo: Evidence for Ice Ic in the Atmosphere, Science, New Series 211 (4480) (1981), 389-390.

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