Pietro Daniel Omodeo
Pietro Daniel Omodeo, PhD, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, is member the Collaborative Research Centre Episteme in Bewegung, Freie Universität Berlin. His research focuses on the history of science, philosophy and literature as well as on historical epistemology. He is the author of Copernicus in the Cultural Debates of the Renaissance: Reception, Legacy, Transformation (Leiden, 2014).
Omodeo, P. D. (2017). 'Utilitas astronomiae' in the Renaissance: the rhetoric and epistemology of astronomy. In M. Valleriani (
Omodeo, P. D. (2017). L’eredità di Boris Hessen: per un approccio socio-politico alla scienza in età moderna. In G. Ienna (
Omodeo, P. D. (2017). The scientific culture of the Baltic mathematician, physician, and calendar-maker Laurentius Eichstadt (1596-1660). Journal for the History of Astronomy, 48(2), 135-159.Read more
Omodeo, P. D. (2016). After Nikolai Bukharin: history of science and cultural hegemony at the threshold of the Cold War era. History of the Human Sciences, 29(4-5), 13-34.Read more
Omodeo, P. D. (2016). Central European polemics over Descartes: Johannes Placentinus and his academic opponents at Frankfurt on Oder (1653-1656). In M. Feingold (
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