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January 13, 2021 FD 181-004 Professor Collins Upcoming Assignments: Read pg.55-113 (scenes 7-15) for 1/14 Order of Philosophers: 1.Socrates 2.Plato 3.Aristotle Aristotle and Ptonomy are two philosophers mention in Life of Galileo Aristotles cosmology (Medeval Cosmology) There are 4 element on Earth (air, fire, water, earth) that can be changed Earth is a terrestrial realm Celestial realm is everything outside of Earth The “Heavens” are made of tethers along with the “stars” This form of cosmology has Earth at the center Crystalline spheres is what keeps everything in orbit around the Earth Evidence for Galileo’s Cosmology Jupiter has 4 moons reliving around it Our moon has craters, valleys, and mountains Objects in the sky are not giving offtheir own light Why does this trouble humanity? It refutes thousands of years of knowledge Group Activity: Agree with Sagredo or Galileo Sagredo People are not open to reason Giordano Bruno was burned at the stake for believing there was no heaven and that the
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Unformatted text preview:universe was infinite (Pg.24) •People who don't agree with reason tend to be older and have a traditional mindset. (Pg.41) • People do not want to except new ideas when they contradict old ideas Galileo •Believe in reason's gentle tyranny over people • Bruno died without proof, but based on human reason (Pg.28)• Galileo shows proof that the Earth is not the center of the universe and the sun is (Pg.9) •"A tremendous di ff erence. Look, Sagredo, I believe in Humanity, which means to say I believe in human reason. If it weren't for that belief each morning I wouldn't have the power to get out of bed" (Pg.29). Non-overlapping Magisteria •Religion answers questions of meaning and a higher power •It also has the belief of souls• Science is based on facts and evidence • Science and religion can coexist • Non-overlapping magisteria can also occur in other fields (i.e. arts, history, philosophy) 1