Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pisa when Galileo was a student there, Borri was a fierce advocate of Aristotelianism. He considered Aristotle as “the true guide for philosophers” and maintained that “the whole posterity learnt more, and in a easier, better and sooner way, from him alone than from all antecedents” (Borri G. De motu gravium et levium. Marescotti, Florence, 1575, Preface).

Borri, Girolamo

CAMEROTA, MICHELE
2016

Abstract

Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pisa when Galileo was a student there, Borri was a fierce advocate of Aristotelianism. He considered Aristotle as “the true guide for philosophers” and maintained that “the whole posterity learnt more, and in a easier, better and sooner way, from him alone than from all antecedents” (Borri G. De motu gravium et levium. Marescotti, Florence, 1575, Preface).
978-3-319-02848-4
Aristotelianism; Aristotle’s physics; Buonamici Francesco; Galilei Galileo; Theory of motion; University of Pisa
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