Giordano Bruno and Renaissance Science.
Cornell University Press, Ithaca 2002, 2. utgave, 8vo, orig. omslag, X + 257 s., engelsk tekst, sparsomt illustrert, strekkodeetikett på bakomslaget.
«This book reconsiders a dimension of Giordano Bruno’s philosophy that has been ignored in recent years in favor of his Hermeticism and magic. From the beginning of my Bruno studies, however, it appeared to me that his attention was more often directed elsewhere, to subjects such as the new cosmology and the revival of ancient atomism, to number theory and the possibility of investigating, measuring, and mapping out anew the shape of the natural world.» — fra Preface