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“Jesuit Day” Chez Renaissance Mathematicus

Print Version September 28th, 2014

 

Utagawa_Kuniyoshi,_Portrait_of_Chicasei_Goyô_(Wu_Yong)_(1827–1830)

“1675 image of a Chinese astronomer with an elaborate armillary sphere. In the 17th century, Chinese astronomers collaborated extensively with Jesuit scholars, who brought the Copernican and Tychonic systems from Europe.”

Thony Christie, The Renaissance Mathematicus, posts about the role of Jesuit scientists in the early modern period.

Since this blog started I have attempted to draw my readers attention to those contributions by profiling individual Jesuits and their contributions and also on occasions defending them against their largely ignorant critics. I have decided to use this anniversary to feature those posts once again for those who came later to this blog and might not have discovered them yet.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Thony C  |  September 28th, 2014 at 11:01 am

    Can you tell what your illustration is? What it’s origin? Who’s the man? Thank you

  • 2. Thony C  |  September 28th, 2014 at 12:26 pm

    No need, I’ve found out already.

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