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Medieval View of the world

Religious


Divine right


Superstition was a major role


Science was influenced by ancient Greek views

Causes of the scientific revolution

Medieval universites provided the framework


Renaissance stimulated science by rediscovering ancient math


Navigation problems created a need for science advances

Order of astronomy philosophers

Cops


Braht


Kepler's


Gal


New


Bacon


In


Descartes


De

Anatomy, physiology, and biology

Scientists challenged traditional greco-roman medical theories of health and diseases

Impact of the scientific revolution on society

led directly to the enlightenment


improvements in exploration


spirit of experimentation helped accelerate the agricultural revolution near the turn of the 18th century


improvements in medical knowledge helped improve quality of life


reduced support of witch hunts

end of witch hunts

scientific revolution increasingly discredited superstitionadvances in medicine and the advent of insurance companies enabled people to better take care of themselves when calamities struckwitch hunts had become chaoticprotestant reformation emphasized God as the only spiritual force in the universe