Philosophy 167: Class 4 - Part 16 - Kepler's Three Arguments: From Observations and Reformations of Astronomical Procedures, in Astronomia Nova; From Physical Principles, in Epitome; Comparison Between Calculation and Observation, in Rudolphine Tables.

Smith, George E. (George Edwin), 1938-

2014-09-23

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  • Synopsis: A review of Kepler's evidential reasoning.

    Opening line: "Kepler gives three types of evidential reasoning. I'm gonna let you read this on your own, you have it. But they're so different from one another, and it enormously complicates the question of why Kepler did not have more influence than he did."

    Duration: 5:36 minutes.

    Segment: Class 4, Part 16.
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