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Robert Hooke. Correct! Robert Boyle. John Locke. FEEDBACK: See page 437; The Power of Method and the Force of Curiosity: Seventeenth-Century Experimenters; Core Objective 3- Identify the sciences that made important advances during this period and understand what technological innovations encouraged a new spirit of investigation. Question 10 1 / 1 pts One of the key ingredients of science is: an overriding philosophical orientation. ancient research. theological accuracy. the logic of truth. Correct! a body of knowledge.
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FEEDBACK: See page 426; The New Science of the Seventeenth Century; Core Objective 1- Define scientific revolution and explain what is meant by science in this historical context. Question 11 1 / 1 pts Promoting the evolution of science and sustaining the scientific revolution were: a few specific monasteries focused on biology. three prominent German universities. the writings of Turkish clerics. Correct! societies and institutions dedicated to science. the government bureaucracies of the absolutist states. FEEDBACK: See page 426; The New Science of the Seventeenth Century; Core Objective 1- Define scientific revolution and explain what is meant by science in this historical context.
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Question 12 1 / 1 pts René Descartes is most known for his work: Correct! A Discourse on Method. The New Atlantis . Novum Organum . Dialogue. De Revolutionibus . FEEDBACK: See page 436; Methods For A New Philosophy: Bacon and Descartes; Core Objective 5- Understand the different definitions of scientific method that emerged from the work of Francis Bacon and René Descartes. Question 13 1 / 1 pts Renaissance humanists helped lay the foundation for the scientific revolution by recovering the works of Greek philosophers such as ___________, who argued that the world operated according to mechanical forces best understood through mathematics. Icarus
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Thomas Aquinas Correct! Archimedes Zeno Demosthenes FEEDBACK: See page 427; The Intellectual Origins of the Scientific Revolution; Core Objective 2- Understand the older philosophical traditions that were important for the development of new methods of scientific investigation in the seventeenth century. Question 14 1 / 1 pts Renaissance intellectuals often needed tools and machines to enhance their observations. During this period, collaboration between intellectuals and ___________________ flourished. bankers who could finance research research and development specialists factories
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architects Correct! artisans FEEDBACK: See page 427; The Intellectual Origins of the Scientific Revolution; Core Objective 2- Understand the older philosophical traditions that were important for the development of new methods of scientific investigation in the seventeenth century. Question 15 1 / 1 pts Some of the most groundbreaking work on the nature of optics and white light was done by: Correct!
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