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The Scientific Revolution
The Scientific RevolutionOutlineI.A Revolution?II.MedicineIII.Astronomy &PhysicsIV.Spread of IdeasV.ImpactTermsScientific RevolutionFrancis BaconRene DescartesParacelsusAndreas VesaliusWilliam HarveyNicolaus CopernicusHeliocentrismTycho BraheJohannes KeplerGalileo GalileiLetter to Grand Duchess ChristinaSir Isaac NewtonPrincipiaUniversal Law of GravitationRoyal Society of LondonFrench Royal Academy of Science
Was there a Scientific Revolution?
Medicine in 16th& 17thC.Traditional Views talked of balancing “4Humors”Galen (2ndc. Greek)Avicenna (980-1037, Arab scholar)Knowledge of anatomy based onanimal and not human anatomyParacelsus(1493-1541): Swiss whoexperimented with chemical treatmentsAndreas Vesalius(1514-64)Dissecting cadaversquestioning oftraditionOn the Fabric of the Human Body

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