The Cosmological Application of Impetus Mechanics and the Physical Argument for Copernicanism: Copernicus, Benedetti, Galileo

Wolff M (1987)
Science in context 1: 215-256.

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Wolff M. The Cosmological Application of Impetus Mechanics and the Physical Argument for Copernicanism: Copernicus, Benedetti, Galileo. Science in context. 1987;1:215-256.
Wolff, M. (1987). The Cosmological Application of Impetus Mechanics and the Physical Argument for Copernicanism: Copernicus, Benedetti, Galileo. Science in context, 1, 215-256.
Wolff, M. (1987). The Cosmological Application of Impetus Mechanics and the Physical Argument for Copernicanism: Copernicus, Benedetti, Galileo. Science in context 1, 215-256.
Wolff, M., 1987. The Cosmological Application of Impetus Mechanics and the Physical Argument for Copernicanism: Copernicus, Benedetti, Galileo. Science in context, 1, p 215-256.
M. Wolff, “The Cosmological Application of Impetus Mechanics and the Physical Argument for Copernicanism: Copernicus, Benedetti, Galileo”, Science in context, vol. 1, 1987, pp. 215-256.
Wolff, M.: The Cosmological Application of Impetus Mechanics and the Physical Argument for Copernicanism: Copernicus, Benedetti, Galileo. Science in context. 1, 215-256 (1987).
Wolff, Michael. “The Cosmological Application of Impetus Mechanics and the Physical Argument for Copernicanism: Copernicus, Benedetti, Galileo”. Science in context 1 (1987): 215-256.
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