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A collection of notable quotations from a variety of Early Modern Era individuals. See the Guide for more details.
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Finally we shall place the Sun himself at the center of the Universe. All this is suggested by the systematic procession of events and the harmony of the whole Universe, if only we face the facts, as they say, 'with both eyes open'. — Nicolaus Copernicus
If there should chance to be any mathematicians who, ignorant in mathematics yet pretending to skill in that science, should dare, upon the authority of some passage of Scripture wrested to their purpose, to condemn and censure my hypothesis, I value them not, and scorn their inconsiderate judgement.
— De Revolutionibus Coelestibus
— Nicolaus Copernicus
Mathematics is written for mathematicians
— De Revolutionibus
— Nicolaus Copernicus

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