2011-09-21 -- Copernican Revolution

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The Copernican Revolution History 108 September 21, 2011 Prof. November
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Decay of the Medieval Order 14 th Century Europe destabilized by plagues, increased trade Church and State both weakened Room for dissent created Violent reaction to dissent Questioning Doctrine = Threatening Church and State Doctrine not just scripture, but also Aristotle, Ptolemy Scholars burned for heresy
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Reformation (1517-1648) Martin Luther’s 95 Theses (1517) England turns Protestant (1530s) Catholic Church fights Protestants Order massively disrupted 30 Years’ War Space for new institutions
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Catholic Reformation” Church undertakes its own “Catholic Reformation” aka Counter-Reformation Effort to make Church more appealing to ordinary people Purging corrupt institutions and updating doctrine Fixing the Calendar Julian Calendar was 10 days out of step with seasons Young priest, Nicolaus Copernicus , attempted to reform Julian calendar 1 Year = 365.25 days (11-minute lag/year)
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