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After a Short Period in Which He Assum. Condition by Tradition. the Aristotelian-Root Conception to Which Claudius Ptolemy Had Given Canonical Form No Less Than Fifteen Hundr Years Ago. the Pisan Scientist Embrac the Heliocentric Theory. Formulat by Copernicus in the Middle of the 19th Century. 16th Century – Quite an Anathema in a World from Which Its Inhabitants Saw the Main Thesis of That Polish Astronomer Deni Daily – Until Ending Up Entangl in a Dangerous Dispute with the Hierarchical Summit of Catholicism. the First Disagreement with Religious Authority Occurr in 1616. Cardinal Bellarmine. General Commissioner of the Inquisition. Widely Accrit Theologian of Talent and One of the Most Renown Enemies of Heliocentrism. Had Order

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Galileo to Distance Himself from the Copernican Doctrine – Put Under Observation That Year – a Doctrine Towards Which the Pisan Scientist – in the Opinion of the Ecclesiastical Authority – Had Been Showing a Suspicious Closeness Through Some of His Writings. the Admonition. Without Being Harsh. Was. However. Clear and Direct. as Stat in the Document b2b leads That Was Sign on That Occasion. (…) the Aforemention Commissioner Urg the Aforemention Galileo. Present There. to Completely Abandon the Aforemention Opinion. Namely. That the Sun Is the Immobile Center of the Universe and That the Earth Moves; and That from Now on He Would Refrain from Maintaining. Imparting or Defending It in Any Way.

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Whether Verbally or in Writing. Otherwise. the Holy Office Would Take Action Against Him. the Aforemention Galileo Agre to This Order and Promis to Obey It. (Hofstadter. 2009. P. 141). by That Year. the Wise Pisan Had Already Gather What He Consider Irrefutable Evidence in Favor of the Copernican Conception. in 1609. He Had Sight the Irregularities of the Lunar Surface – a Blow to the Image Fabl by Aristotle About the Perfection CL Lists of That Star –. Also the Satellites of Jupiter and the Phases of Venus. Sightings with Which He Believ He Could Prove the Movement from the Earth. These Discoveries. Made Possible Thanks to the Visual Power of the Telescope That He Significantly Optimiz. Were Made Known by Him in a Booklet That He Titl

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