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  1. Copernicus's Development in Context: Politics, Astrology, Cosmology and a Prince-Bishopric.Geoffrey Blumenthal - 2014 - Science in Context 27 (1):1-32.
    ArgumentDuring the two decades before the turning point in Copernicus's personal and scientific development in 1510, he had experience of political activity which has been largely ignored by the existing Copernicus literature but part of which is reconstructed in outline in this paper. Given the close linkage between politics and astrology, Copernicus's likely reaction to astrology is re-examined here. This reconstruction also suggests that the turning point in 1510, when Copernicus left his post as secretary to his uncle Lucas Watzenrode (...)
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