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Xiii, 245 pages ; 24 cm. "Blackwell's new contribution to "the Galileo affair" concerns the official theological position against Galileo.
Xiii, 245 pages ; 24 cm. The centerpiece of his project is the treatise entitled Tractatus syllepticus, written by Melchior Inchofer, . At the time, Inchofer's judgment against Galileo's book was both detailed and harsh
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Richard J. Blackwell. That judgment formed the basis for Inchofer's subsequent Tractatus, the first English translation of which is included in this volume
Richard J. That judgment formed the basis for Inchofer's subsequent Tractatus, the first English translation of which is included in this volume. Inchofer's text provides a new and fascinating way of looking at the defense of the guilty verdict.
Tractatus syllepticus, 1633. Melchior Inchofer or Imhofer, in Hungarian: Inchofer Menyhért (c. 1584 – 28 September 1648) was an Austrian-Hungarian Jesuit.
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It is also a boon to have here English translations of Inchofer's Tractatus syllepticus and Jesuit works, including an excerpt from Scheiner's Prodromus. Irving Kelter, University of St. Thomas, Houston.
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