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Chapter 19

TermDefinition
“The Philosopher.” Because of his apparent wisdom, Aristotle came to be called
Francis Bacon played an important role in formulating the principles of the modern scientific method
Galileo Galilei formulated the laws of the pendulum as well as the law of uniform acceleration.
John Wilkins founded the Philosophical College in London.
Andreas Vesalius is known as the “Father of Anatomy.”
Andreas Vesalius “Father of Anatomy.”
Charles Darwin popularized the theory of evolution with his book Origin of Species
Henry Bessemer discovered a cheap process for converting iron into steel.
John D. Rockefeller was a giant in the oil industry who was known for his philanthropy.
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