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The Trial of Galileo: Aristotelianism, the "New Cosmology," and the Catholic Church,1616-1633shows the confrontation between Copernicanism, as brilliantly propounded by Galileo, and the elegant cosmology of Aristotle, as defended energetically by conservatives within the Inquisition. Part of the "Reacting to the Past" series, this text consists of a game in which students are assigned roles, informed by classic texts, set in a particular moment of intellectual and social ferment. The issues range from the nature of faith and the meaning of the Bible to the scientific principles and methods as advanced by Copernicus, Tycho Brahe, Giordano Bruno, and Galileo. The game includes several optional science labs in optics and astronomy.
Table of Contents
|A Walk to the University|
|Introduction to the Game|
|Ways in which the Game Departs from History|
|Combination of the Holy Office and the Index|
|1632-1633 Trial Conducted by Holy Office Rather than Special Papal Tribunal|
|Players in the Game|
|Role Allocation by Class Size|
|Allocation of Positions Within the Major Factions|
|Cast of Characters|
|Members of the Conservative Faction|
|Members of the Moderate Faction|
|Members (And Supporters) of the Galileans (Linceans)|
|Cardinals O'Neill And/or Delatier|
|Pope Paul v and Pope Urban VIII|
|Two Phases of the Game|
|First Phase, 1615-1616|
|"Grim Reaper Lottery" and Assignment of New Roles|
|Choosing a Pope to Succeed Paul V|
|1632-1633. Winning the Game|
|Final Decision Made by Pope Urban VIII|
|Key Elements of the Game|
|Sessions of the Holy Office|
|Questioning Deponents and the Application of Torture|
|Congregation of the Holy Office, in Spring of 1615 (by Faction and Class Size)|
|Acquisition of Esteem and Patron Credits|
|Debates Within the Academies|
|Prince Cesi's Party|
|Set Up Classes (First 3)|
|Introduction to the Game|
|Game Phase I|
|Fourth Class (Game Session 1)|
|At the College of Rome|
|Fifth Class (Game Session 2): At the Holy Office|
|Sixth Class (Game Session 3): At Prince Cesi's Palace|
|Seventh Class (Game Session 4): At the Holy Office|
|Eighth Class (Time Passes: Perhaps Included as an Additional Game Session)|
|Game Phase II|
|Ninth Class (Game Session 5): At the Holy Office|
|Tenth Class (Game Session 6): At the Holy Office|
|Twelfth Class (Optional)|
|Primary Source Documents|
|Aristotle, on the Heavens|
|Introduction to Aristotle|
|[The World Is Not Infinite]. Book I|
|[Why there is only one universe.]. Book I|
|[Why the heavens do not change and decay]|
|Council of Trent (1546 Session)|
|Decree Concerning the Editing and Use of Sacred Books (1546)|
|Galielo's Letter To Grand Duchess Christina (1615)|
|Galileo Galilei, The Starry Messenger (1610)|
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