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The Making of Copernicus free pdf The articles in this volume examine how some of the Copernicus myths came about and if they could hold their ground. They investigate methodological, institutional, textual, and visual transformations of the Copernican doctrine and the topical, rhetorical, and literary transformations of the historical person of Copernicus respectively.

About Wolfgang Neuber

Thomas Rahn gained his doctorate at the Philipps-Universitat Marburg (2001) and teaches German Literature at the Freie Universitat Berlin. He has published books and articles on Early Modern theatre and court culture, rhetoric and the typographic dimensions of texts. Wolfgang Neuber has been Full Professor of German Philology/Early Modern German and Neo-Latin Literature in the European Context and Head of the 'Forschungsstelle fur Mittlere Deutsche Literatur' at Freie Universitat Berlin since 2000- he is currently on a five-year leave of absence to teach literature at New York University in Abu Dhabi. He has published extensively on early modern travel accounts (including "Fremde Welt im europaischen Horizont", 1991) and is currently preparing a book on early modern European family books. Claus Zittel teaches German literature and philosophy at the Universities of Stuttgart, Frankfurt am Main, and Olsztyn (Poland), and is deputy director of the Stuttgart Research Centre for Text Studies. He has published monographs, editions and many articles on Early Modern Philosophy and Literature and Philosophy, including The Artist as Reader (Brill 2013).

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Author : Wolfgang Neuber
Publisher : Brill
Data Published : 16 October 2014
ISBN : 900428110X
EAN : 9789004281103
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 332 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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