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Philosophical movements

Scientific Revolution

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The Scientific Revolution?modern science Importance: begins modern age- #1 dvlp, single, most important dvlp in Europe Idea: revolution in?knowledge Idea: change in knowledge itself way look at knowledge. First to go back to before 1)Ancients: reference point Classical Greco and Roman Culture Aristotle?looked back to what is true 2)Moderns (now): Ancient heritage? Idea: SURPASED what ancients had done Now NEW and discover new knowledge -Knowledge never known by ancients -felt had possibility of learning new knowledge How?? Scientific method The ?Old? Science Idea: Revolutionary?how? Aristotelian Scholarticm?taught in medieval ed.; Aristotle ideas merged with Knowledge comes from?LOGIC
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