The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to scientific
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I. What was the Scientific Revolution? a. Beginning of modern science b.
Scientific method – depends upon logic, observation, and reason rather than faith
These shifts are what Kuhn describes as scientific revolutions—"the tradition-
shattering complements to the tradition-bound activity of normal science" (6).
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Outine of Kuhn's Structure of Scientific Revolutions. Normal Science: Chapters
I-V. Chapter I: The Relevance of History of Science (HS). A. The irrelevance of HS
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Page 2. Main Ideas and Details. Scientific Revolution. Scientific. Method. Logical.
Thought. A new understanding of the world. Page 3. A New Understanding.
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Roots of Modern Science. Before 1500, scholars believed ...
We are now starting on the great intellectual revolutions that lead to the modern
world - The Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment. We are going to look at
Class 7: The Scientific Revolution in the Seventeenth Century ... De
Revolutionibus Orbium Caelestium On the Revolution of the Heavenly Orbs 1543
. Note the ...
The Scientific Revolution of the 17th century produced a series of fundamental ...
the roots and course of this revolution and trace the outlines of the new world it ...