The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to scientific
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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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Page 2. Main Ideas and Details. Scientific Revolution. Scientific. Method. Logical.
Thought. A new understanding of the world. Page 3. A New Understanding.
A. Scientific Method as a model for Reason: The new method of knowledge
introduced by Galileo and the Scientific Revolution increased the confidence in
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
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Roots of Modern Science. Before 1500, scholars believed ...
Background The Scientific Revolution changed the way people thought about the
physical world around them. The same spirit of inquiry that fueled the ...
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1. Scientific revolution - the process that established the new view of.
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