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Mathematical instruments and the 'Theory of the concave spherical mirror': Galileo's optics beyond art and science

Sven Dupr (UGent)
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Dupr, Sven. 2000. “Mathematical Instruments and the ‘Theory of the Concave Spherical Mirror’: Galileo’s Optics Beyond Art and Science.” Nuncius-journal of the History of Science 15 (2): 551–588.
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Dupr, S. (2000). Mathematical instruments and the “Theory of the concave spherical mirror”: Galileo’s optics beyond art and science. NUNCIUS-JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE, 15(2), 551–588.
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Dupr S. Mathematical instruments and the “Theory of the concave spherical mirror”: Galileo’s optics beyond art and science. NUNCIUS-JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE. 2000;15(2):551–88.
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Dupr, Sven. “Mathematical Instruments and the ‘Theory of the Concave Spherical Mirror’: Galileo’s Optics Beyond Art and Science.” NUNCIUS-JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE 15.2 (2000): 551–588. Print.
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  author       = {Dupr, Sven},
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  journal      = {NUNCIUS-JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {551--588},
  title        = {Mathematical instruments and the 'Theory of the concave spherical mirror': Galileo's optics beyond art and science},
  volume       = {15},
  year         = {2000},
}