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Biology 13.1

Biology- Natural History and Scientific Investigation 13.1 -FINISHED

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What command did God give us in Genesis 1:28? To subdue the earth to the glory of God
The most famous early Hebrew naturalist was ______, king of Israel who ruled around 1000 B.C. Solomon
The idea that living things can arise from nonliving things is known as _______ _________. spontaneous generation
The ideas of creation without a Creator were perhaps man's first attempt at developing a philosophy of origins called _________. evolution
Another early Greek philosopher whose thoughts influenced Western science was ______. He put together a system known as the doctrine of ideas. Plato
Plato put together a system known as the _______ _______ _______. In which he viewed the physical world as not genuinely real, and therefore changeable and relative. doctrine of ideas
Plato's most famous disciple, the Greek naturalist and philosopher ________ made some great advances in the knowledge of structure, habits, distribution, and development of animals. Aristotle
Aristotle rejected much of Plato's system and developed his own _____ ____ _____. According to this philosophy, intellectual speculation is the highest form of reality, and personal god is left out of the picture. doctrine of intellect
Despite the Greek misunderstanding of the universe, their studies led them to a demonstration of the ______and _______ in ________. unity and consistency in nature
Platonism continued in one form or another throughout the Roman world, partly because of its influence on ______ ______ _______, a Roman general who wrote prolifically in his spare time. Pliny the Elder
Pliny's major scientific work, _______ ________ touched on many scientific subjects, including nature of the heavens, technology, zoology, botany, mineralogy, and medicine. Natural History
____, a Greek physician who lived in Rome about one hundred years after Pliny, was especially interested in the human body. Galen
What did Galen's work become? It became the absolute authority in human anatomy for over a thousand years.
The _______ _______ were driven from Byzantium because of doctrinal disagreements with the religious leaders there. Nestorian Christians
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