Scientific Revolution

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12/4/06 Names, Terms, Dates Andreas Vesalius 1514-64 Nikolaus Copernicus 1473-1543 Galen, b. 131C Ptolemy Almagest (New edition, published 1515 Thomas Kuhn 1922-76: The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, 1962 Andreas Osiander De Revolutionibus [Orbium Coelestiu (On the Revolution [of the Heavenly Orbs]), Nuremberg 1543 Outline What is Revolutionary about the Scientific Revolution? The Science 1. Vesalius and the Opening of the Body 1. Copernicus and the Reordering of the Spheres 2. Kuhn on the Aesthetic of Paradigm Shift The Transmission of Knowledge and Religious Reception 1. The crucial role of print 2. Lutherans and Catholics/the Body and the Stars What is Revolutionary about the Scientific Revolution? The Science 1. Vesalius and the Opening of the Body a. Wrote about human anatomy: On the Fabric of Human Anatomy (Basil, 1543) b. Studied through public dissections; wanted to shock his audience with his godlike knowledge (frontispiece shows him examining a woman’s uterus)
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