Giorgio De Santillana


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Giorgio Diaz de Santillana (30 May 1902 – 1974) was an Italian-American philosopher and historian of science, and Professor of the History of Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

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Hamlet's Mill: An Essay Inv...

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The Crime of Galileo

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The Age of Adventure: The R...

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Fato antico e Fato moderno

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Origins of Scientific Thoug...

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Seçme Metinlerle Rönesans F...

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Crime of Galileo

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Prologue to Parmenides

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The Dawn of Astronomy: A St...

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“The working of great administrations is mainly the result of a vast mass of routine, petty malice, self-interest, carelessness and sheer mistake. Only a residual fraction is thought.”
Giorgio De Santillana, The Crime of Galileo



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