système de Copernic

[1942] An Early Poetic Allusion to the Copernican Theory ; Grant McColley ; Journal of the History of Ideas 3 (1942) p. 355 [lien]
[1957] Maurolico's Attitude toward Copernicus ; Edward Rosen ; Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 101 (1957) p. 177 [lien]
[1959] Copernicus' Role in Kant's Revolution ; Norwood Russell Hanson ; Journal of the History of Ideas 20 (1959) p. 274 [lien]
[1960] Calvin's Attitude Toward Copernicus ; Edward Rosen ; Journal of the History of Ideas 21 (1960) p. 431 [lien]
[1961] The Copernican Disturbance and the Keplerian Revolution ; Norwood Russell Hanson ; Journal of the History of Ideas 22 (1961) p. 169 [lien]
[1962] Late Medieval Thought, Copernicus, and the Scientific Revolution ; Edward Grant ; Journal of the History of Ideas 23 (1962) p. 197 [lien]
[1964] Considérations sur l'opinion copernicienne (Traduction de M. Clavelin) ; Galileo Galilei ; Revue d'histoire des sciences 17 (1964) p. 314 [lien]
[1968] Copernicus and Aristotle's Cosmos ; Henry Guerlac ; Journal of the History of Ideas 29 (1968) p. 109 [lien]
[1973] Mersenne and Copernicanism ; William L. Hine ; ISIS 64 (1973) p. 18 [lien]
[1973] The Derivation and First Draft of Copernicus's Planetary Theory: A Translation of the Commentariolus with Commentary ; Noel M. Swerdlow ; Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 117 (1973) p. 423 [lien]
[1973] Michael Maestlin's Account of Copernican Planetary Theory ; Anthony Grafton ; Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 117 (1973) p. 523 [lien]
[1973] From Copernicus to Kepler: Heliocentrism as Model and as Reality ; Owen Gingerich ; Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 117 (1973) p. 513 [lien]
[1975] Was Copernicus' Revolutions Approved by the Pope? ; Edward Rosen ; Journal of the History of Ideas 36 (1975) p. 531 [lien]
[1975] The Melanchthon Circle, Rheticus, and the Wittenberg Interpretation of the Copernican Theory ; Robert S. Westman ; ISIS 66 (1975) p. 165 [lien]
[1979] Hermetic Geocentricity: John Dee's Celestial Egg ; J. Peter Zetterberg ; ISIS 70 (1979) p. 385 [lien]
[1982] The Significance of the Copernican Orbs ; N. Jardine ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 13 (1982) p. 168 [lien]
[1984] In Defense of the Earth's Centrality and Immobility: Scholastic Reaction to Copernicanism in the Seventeenth Century ; Edward Grant ; Transactions of the American Philosophical Society 74 (1984) p. 1 [lien]
[1984] Status of the Copernican theory before Kepler, Galileo, and Newton ; Douglas R. Martin ; American Journal of Physics 52 (nov 1984) p. 982 [lien]
[1985] Magnetism and the Anti-Copernican Polemic ; M. R. Baldwin ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 16 (1985) p. 155 [lien]
[1985] Science and Patronage: Galileo and the Telescope ; Richard S. Westfall ; ISIS 76 (1985) p. 31 [lien]
[1985] Epicycles, eccentrics, and ellipses: The predictive capabilities of Copernican planetary models ; C. A. Gearhart ; Archive for history of exact sciences 32 (1985) p. 207 [lien]
[1986] Scepticism and French Interest in Copernicanism to 1630 ; F. J. Baumgartner ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 17 (1986) p. 77 [lien]
[1987] Impetus Mechanics as a Physical Argument for Copernicanism Copernicus, Benedetti, Galileo ; Michael Wolff ; Science in Context 1 (1987) p. 215 [lien]
[1989] Catholic astronomers and the Copernican system after the condemnation of Galileo ; John L. Russell ; Annals of Science 46 (1989) p. 365 [lien]
[1990] Tycho Brahe's Critique of Copernicus and the Copernican System ; Ann Blair ; Journal of the History of Ideas 51 (1990) p. 355 [lien]
[1995] The Reception of Copernicus in Sixteenth-Century Spain: The Case of Diego de Zuniga ; Victor Navarro Brotons ; ISIS 86 (1995) p. 52 [lien]
[1996] Maestlin's Teaching of Copernicus: The Evidence of His University Textbook and Disputations ; Charlotte Methuen ; ISIS 87 (1996) p. 230 [lien]
[1998] Copernicus and Martin Luther: An encounter between science and religion ; Donald H. Kobe ; American Journal of Physics 66 (mar 1998) p. 190 [lien]
[1999] The Welcoming of Copernicus's De revolutionibus: The Commentariolus and its Reception ; A. Romer ; Physics in Perspective 1 (1999) p. 157 [lien]
[1999] Copernicus and the Critics of Ptolemy ; Peter Barker ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 30 (1999) p. 343 [lien]
[2001] The great Copernican cliché ; Dennis R. Danielson ; American Journal of Physics 69 (oct 2001) p. 1029 [lien]
[2002] Copernicus and the origin of his heliocentric system ; Bernard R. Goldstein ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 33 (2002) p. 219 [lien]
[2004] Aristotle, Copernicus, Bruno: centrality, the principle of movement and the extension of the Universe ; Miguel A. Granada ; Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 35 (2004) p. 91 [lien]
[2004] An Essay on Thomas Kuhn's First Scientific Revolution, "The Copernican Revolution" ; N. M. Swerdlow ; Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 148 (2004) p. 64 [lien]
[2005] Copernicus Decoded ; Giorgio Goldoni ; The Mathematical Intelligencer 27 (2005) p. 12 [lien]
[2006] Reflections on the Origin of Copernicus's Cosmology ; André Goddu ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 37 (2006) p. 37 [lien]
[2007] The Copernican Myths ; Mano Singham ; Physics Today 60 (dec 2007) p. 48 [lien]
[2008] But Still, It Moves: Tides, Stellar Parallax, and Galileo’s Commitment to the Copernican Theory ; Christopher M. Graney ; Physics in Perspective 10 (2008) p. 258 [lien]
[2009] Forms of Persuasion: Kepler, Galileo, and the Dissemination of Copernicanism ; Aviva Rothman ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 40 (2009) p. 403 [lien]
[2010] Seeds of a Tychonic Revolution: Telescopic Observations of the Stars by Galileo Galilei and Simon Marius ; Christopher M. Graney ; Physics in Perspective 12 (2010) p. 4 [lien]
[2012] Science Rather than God: Riccioli's Review of the Case For and Against the Copernicus Hypothesis ; Christopher M. Graney ; Journal for the History of Astronomy 43 (2012) p. 215 [lien]
[2012] Copernic, disciple du quattrocento ; Bernard Maitte ; Ciel et Espace 502 (mar 2012) p. 56 [lien]
[2014] [Histoire des Sciences] Pourquoi ils n'ont pas cru Copernic ; Dennis Danielson ; Christopher Graney ; Pour la Science 436 (fev 2014) p. 74 [lien]
[2014] Paolo Sarpi and the first Copernican tidal theory ; Ron Naylor ; The British Journal for the History of Science 47 (2014) p. 661 [lien]