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Gassendi is a large lunar crater feature located at the northern edge of Mare Humorum. The formation has been inundated by lava during the formation of the mare, so only the rim and the multiple central peaks remain above the surface. The outer rim is worn and eroded, although it retains a generally circular form. A smaller crater Gassendi A intrudes into the northern rim, and joins a rough uplift at the northwest part of the floor. The crater pair bears a curious resemblance to a diamond ring.
- also known as گسندی
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Atomism for Empiricists by Saul Fisher
Rather, they propose, Gassendi is a thinker in the Renaissance mold who simply dusts off this central component of Epicureanism in order to introduce a systematic philosophical alternative to the robust range of received Aristotelian views.2 ...
The Perceptionalist (1899)
Or, Mental Science, a University Text-book by Edward John Hamilton
" The principal point in the view of Locke and Gassendi is that mental phenomena occur and then wholly disappear, while yet they leave in the mind a tendency which very 172 MENTAL SCIENCE. [Chap. XXIII.
by Stuart Brown, N. J. Fox
GASSENDI, PIERRE (1592—1655). Gassendi was a French Catholic priest who sought to revive the atomism of Democritus and Epicurus, though in a form that was consistent with Christian beliefs, for instance, in the immortality of the soul.
by Edward Craig
GASSENDI, PIERRE (1592-1655) Pierre Gassendi, a French Catholic priest, introduced the philosophy of the ancient...
by Simon Blackburn
Gassendi, Pierre (1592–1655) French philosopher and mathematician. Born in Provence and educated as a priest, Gassendi taught at Digne and at Aix before being appointed to the chair of mathematics at the Royal College of France in ...
A Dictionary of Philosophy (1984)
Revised Second Edition by Antony Flew
Gassendi 130 allowing coalitions between players. Game theory has been used to analyse and calculate best possible strategies in game-like situations such as business, war, politics, and social activities. It has been extensively developed in ...
The Molière Encyclopedia (2002)
by James F. Gaines
Gassendi, Pierre (1592-1655). Skeptical philosopher from Digne in southern France, often associated with the thought of Moliere. By the time Moliere was in the College de Clermont, Gassendi had already accrued a formidable reputation by ...
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Newton 10", f/4.7, Barlow 3x, ASI290MM
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- Crater Gassendi
Crater Gassendi taken with Celestron EDGE HD 800 with ZWO ASI120MM and IR-Pass 742nm filter.
By Ian Aiken, Elderberry Observatory, Sunderland, UK
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- Rue Gassendi
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- Mare Humorum with the crater Gassendi
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- Gassendi, Drebbel, Hainzel
Monte Malbe Observatory
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