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Scientific Revolution
logical way of breaking down the universe
Aristotle
connected the bible to his views on the world
Nicholas Copernicus
discovered the earth revolved around the sun
Galileo
theory of intertia, first scientific method
Tycho Branche
star gazer father of modern astronomy used everything but telescope
Johann Kepler
took data form Brache and Copernicus to determine the world doesnt revolve perfectly around the sun
Sir Isaac Newton
3 theories of motion, the law of universal gravity and created calculous
Francais Bacon
Scientific method INDUCTIVE REASONING
Rene Decartes
Dedcutive reasoning " you senses can lie to you" "I think therefore I am"
French Royal Society of Science and Royal Society of London
when the government embraces sciences
God
is benevelent, omnipotent, and omnicient
scholasticism
a mideval scholarly movementq
St Thomas Aquinas
"God can do all things possible"
Ptolemy
Thought the universe evolved around the earth
Motion
four elements earth air fire water
natural laws
govern human nature
Edward Gibbon
"the Decline and FAll of the Roman Empire" critizized the government and thought to make it better
The Edict of Nantes
protected the hugonots and allowed them to live in their own cities was eventually revoked by Louis XIV
Glorious Revolution
little or no blood
John Locke
"obedience should come from conviction not fear" wrote "Letter of Tolerance"
Thomas Paine
"Common Sense" hated george washington
Diest
against established church, original sin, and immorality of the soul
pietism
copy christ everyday
socieyt of friends (quakerism)
guided by their inner light, live a life of moderation
Methodism
daily prayer leads to a good life
enlightenment
the catalyst for change