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First Scientific Revolution

First Scientific Revolution - 1 Scientific method iii...

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First Scientific Revolution 1. Possible reasons a. Some of greatest minds lived in the 17 th century b. Scientific discoveries were built on earlier discoveries c. Religion meant warfare and death i. People lost interest in religion d. Protestantism taught that all work is righteous 2. Scientific thinking a. Sir Francis Bacon, 1561-1626) and Rene Descartes b. Bacon i. Englishman ii. Must make our own observations and reach conclusions
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Scientific method iii. Inductive reasoning c. Rene i. Frenchman ii. Mathematics iii. Deductive reasoning iv. 2 realities 1. Thinking substance- what you feel a. “ I think, therefore I am 2. Kjdkd 3. Discoveries in Astronomy: Ptolamic a. Ptolomy b. Copernicus c. John Keepler d. Newton e....
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