Johannes Kepler Quote

The very truth, and the nature of things, though repudiated and ordered into exile, sneaked in again through the back door, to be received by me under an unwonted guise.


Translated by William H. Donahue, New Astronomy, Part IV, 58 (p. 575), At The University Press. 1992

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The very truth, and the nature of things, though repudiated and ordered into exile, sneaked in again through the back door, to be received by me...

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The very truth, and the nature of things, though repudiated and ordered into exile, sneaked in again through the back door, to be received by me...

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The very truth, and the nature of things, though repudiated and ordered into exile, sneaked in again through the back door, to be received by me...

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The very truth, and the nature of things, though repudiated and ordered into exile, sneaked in again through the back door, to be received by me...