compressed statement

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The volume consists of a very brief and general introduction to Bruno and the problem of infinite worlds (three paragraphs, 5-6), a compressed statement of the background to the problem (7-35), a brief account of Bruno's "New Image of the World" (36-89) and some of the claims often made concerning "the lost order" implied by the notion of an infinite number of "universes" (90-112), for example that humans are at the center of the universe.
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