History of Philosophy Analytical Essay by Top Papers

History of Philosophy
A review of a passage by Galileo on the relationship between mathematics and philosphy.
# 136022 | 1,000 words | 0 sources | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Philosophy (Metaphysics) , Philosophy (History) , Mathematics (General)


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The paper discusses how in the passage by Galileo, he describes the world and the universe within which it resides as consisting of mathematic equations and geometrical figures. The paper further looks at how he states that mankind cannot begin to comprehend this physical world, and the metaphysical foundations upon which the physical resides, unless this mathematical language is first acquired. It

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"In the passage by Galileo, he describes the world and the universe within which it resides as consisting of mathematic equations and geometrical figures. Additionally, he goes on to state that mankind cannot begin to comprehend this physical, and the metaphysical foundations upon which the physical resides, unless this mathematical language is first acquired. It is clear that Galileo's predilection for mathematical solutions as being the foundation for all the world's puzzles, and by extension, all of mankind's philosophical conundrums, as being based on the viewpoints of..."

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