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Scientific Revo.

QuestionAnswer
Issac Newton Gravity; Blends inductive and deductive methods
Copernicus combination of mathmatics and physics. Challenged circular orbits
Johannes Kepler German mathematician, astronomer, and astrologer. Known by his eponymous laws of planetery motion
Galileo Galilei Law of Inertia, Mathmatical formula foe acceleration of falling objects
Francis Bacon Father of Scientific Revolution.The Inductive Method. Emphasis on practical, useful knowledge
Rene Descartes Father of "analytical geometry" Significance of Doubt, the deductive method
Scientifc Revolution Period of new ideas in physics, astronomy, biology, human anatomy,other sciences and math.
Causes of Scientific Revolution Medieval Intellectual Life and Medieval Universities. Renewed emphasis on mathematics, navigational problems of long sea voyages, better scientific instruments.
Consequences of Scientific Rev. The modern scientific method,a Universe ordered according to natural laws. Laws discovered by human reason, De-Spiritualized and De-mystified
Royal Society of London A learned society for science.
Deism The belief that their is a God
Scientific Method A body of techniques for investigating theory, finding new information or correcting previous knowledge.
Printing Press Was
Church’s views of Universe vs. Scientific The Earth is not the center of the universe the sun is
Revolution’s view The earth is not the center of the Universe the Sun is
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