Tuesday, August 10, 2010

59 Catholic Medieval and/or Scholastic Proto-Scientists From 1000 to 1500 A. D.


Clerics studying astronomy and geometry (from an illustration of the early 15th century) [ source ]

Now available only in my book, Science and Christianity: Close Partners or Mortal Enemies? (2010, 301 pages).

2 comments:

Fernando said...

Hi brother Armstrong... glad for your efford... are you going to make a summary, a synthesis of these informations? I thinks that woulde be important... God bless..

Dave Armstrong said...

I'm trying to keep it as brief as possible, but it would be difficult to summarize further, esp. in dealing with brilliant minds like a Galileo or a Leibniz or a Newton.