The Scientific Revolution In Hugh Kearney's Science And Change?
All three traditions had their roots in ancient Greek philosophy. The famous Scientific Revolution was to be a revolt against the establishment of scholasticism, turning faith in the empirical research over the ancient authorities . Organic tradition is the origin where our modern biology is derived from, with the focus on the study of living organisms. Hugh Kearney briefly talked about the Greek philosophers of Aristotle’s philosophy and his empirical observation, and Galen’s anatomical and medical work. The abstract philosophical concepts were the origin of organic tradition which further enhanced by William Harvey, the “discoverer of the circulation of blood”. The idea of empiricism taught people to rely on hard, concrete and sensible evidence which opens up the minds of young in rival against the religion theorists. The book fast forward few centuries into the