History of Science NOTES - History of Science 28/01/2008...

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History of Science 28/01/2008 14:16:00 The Scientific Revolution Change in what we know about the natural world and they way we find it out  during the 1600’s We have been taught that this is the time when we changed our way of  thinking After scientific revolution came industrial revolution The term is a new one historically First used in 1939 Made its way to first book title in 1954 Historians question the label.  First question o The  Scientific revolution” The refers to singular, while its not just one event Isaac Newton’s laws of mechanical physics.  o We will focus much on this topic Most important change resulted from the new approach to science.  o Bacon and Descartes Scientific Method Francis Bacon: o The artificial does not differ from the natural in form or essence… nor  matters it, provided things are put in the way to produce an effect, 
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2009 for the course NUCLEAR AN 373 taught by Professor Richardshaten during the Fall '07 term at University of Wisconsin.

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