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Jerome Cardan : the life of Girolamo Cardano, of Milan, physician

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Published by Chapman and Hall in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physicians,
  • Scientists

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Henry Morley
    ContributionsDawson, Bertrand Edward Dawson, Viscount, -1945 (Donor), Auden, George Augustus (Former owner), Waters, W. G. (William George), 1844-1928 (Former owner), Royal College of Physicians of London
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 volumes
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26271362M


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Girolamo Cardano, Girolamo also spelled Gerolamo, English Jerome Cardan, (born SeptemPavia, duchy of Milan [Italy]—died SeptemRome), Italian physician, mathematician, and astrologer who gave the first clinical description of typhus fever and whose book Ars magna (The Great Art; or, The Rules of Algebra) is one of the cornerstones in the history of algebra.

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Some of the details of Cardano’s life given in the first edition of the DSB require modification. After completing his doctorate inCardano practiced for about a decade as a doctor in two Italian towns (Saccolongo.

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[Henry Morley]. Get this from a library. Jerome Cardan The life of Girolamo Cardano, of Milan, physician. [Henry Morley]. Girolamo received his medical degree at the University of Padua in and tried without much success to make a living as a physician in the nearby Jerome Cardan : the life of Girolamo Cardano of Sacco di Piave.

Because of his illegitimate birth he had difficulty in gaining admittance to the College of Physicians; his first book of importance () was a violent attack upon the. Professor Morley's book, The Life of Girolamo Cardano, of Milan, physician, has been for some time out of print.

This industrious writer gathered together a large quantity of material, dealing almost as fully with [Pg vi] the more famous of the contemporary men of mark, with whom Cardan was brought into contact, as with Cardan himself.

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Morley's study is based upon the facts of Cardan's life as the physician left them generously scattered throughout all his books; forFile Size: 6MB. Jerome Cardan. Jerome Cardan (or Physician book of Milan, born inwas a physician, mathematician, astrologer, philosopher and gambler.

He was alternately poverty stricken and held in contempt, and rich, influential and admired. He was a prolific writer about many fields of endeavor. Life and Philosophical Works. Girolamo Cardano was born in Pavia in from Fazio and Chiara Micheri. Chiara delivered her baby in Pavia, in the house of family friends, and not in Milan, to defuse a possible scandal concerning the illegitimate birth.

Girolamo or Hieronimo Cardano's name was Hieronymus Cardanus in Latin and he is sometimes known by the English version of his name Jerome Cardan.

Girolamo Cardano was the illegitimate child of Fazio Cardano and Chiara Micheria. His father was a lawyer in Milan but his expertise in mathematics was such that he was consulted by Leonardo da Vinci on questions of geometry. Jerome cardan ''the book of my life'' Than T h e Life of Girolamo Cardano of Milan, Physician, by Henry Morley, ," certainly few more engaging biographical writings have been made.

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The Clock and the Mirror: Girolamo Cardano and Renaissance Medicine. Princeton University Press, Grafton, Anthony, Cardano's Cosmos: The Worlds and Works of a Renaissance Astrologer. Harvard University Press, Morley, Henry The life of Girolamo Cardano, of Milan, Physician 2 vols. Chapman and Hall, London Professor Morley's book, The Life of Girolamo Cardano, of Milan, physician, has been for some time out of print.

This industrious writer gathered together a large quantity of material, dealing almost as fully with the more famous of the contemporary men of mark, with whom Cardan was brought into contact, as. Biography. Italian physician, also known as Jérôme Cardan, famed from ; by age 50 he had a reputation second only to Vesalius.

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Download books for free. Find books. Girolamo Cardano. De Subtilitate. Birthplace: Pavia, Italy Location of death: Rome, Italy Cause of death: unspecified Remains: Buried, Milan, Italy. Gender: Ma. Italian mathematician, physician and astrologer, born at Pavia on the 24th of Septemberwas the illegitimate son of Facio Cardano, a learned jurist of Milan, himself Doctor.

(Gerolamo Cardano; Jerome Cardan) The information and quotes contained in this story were taken from the book, Doctor Cardano; Physician Extraordinaire by Alan Wykes, published by Frederick Muller Ltd. in Gerolamo Cardano was born in the year Henry Cardan: The Life of Girolamo Cardano, of Milan, : Chapman and Hall.

(2 vols.) Nancy G. Clock and the. On SeptemItalian Renaissance mathematician, physician, astrologer and gambler Gerolamo Cardano was born. He wrote more than works on medicine, mathematics, physics, philosophy, religion, andhe is best known for his gambling that led him to formulate elementary rules in probability, making him one of the founders of probability theory.

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Girolamo or Hieronimo Cardano's name was Hieronymus Cardanus in Latin and he is sometimes known by the English version of his name Jerome Cardan. Girolamo Cardano was the illegitimate child of Fazio Cardano and Chiara Micheria. His father was a lawyer in Milan but his expertise in mathematics was such that he was consulted by Leonardo da Vinci on questions of geometry.

CARDAN [Ital. Cardano], GIROLAMO [Geronymo or Hieronimo] (–), Italian mathematician, physician and astrologer, born at Pavia on the 24th of Septemberwas the illegitimate son of Facio Cardano (–), a learned jurist of Milan, himself distinguished by a taste for mathematics.

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