Scientific Revolution

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This belief emphasizes that human reason can uncover the mysteries and laws of the universe. It was the dominant philosophy during the Scientific Revolution.
Many Catholic and Protestant theologians viewed my heliocentric world system as degrading towards mankind.
I defended Aristotle's theory of the earth being surrounded by numerous clear spheres.
I developed the theory of two types of blood, one type that is bright red and the other that is dark red.
Kepler came up with the laws of planetary motion, in which he states that the planets that orbit the sun follow this path.
I think therefore I am.
He rejected Galen's view on human blood in his work On the Fabric of the Human Body.
Descartes' belief that all existence was divided into the spiritual and material.
This famous mathematician developed the science of probability.
One of Newton's greatest accomplishments was proving this theory, in which forces of attraction and repulsion exist between objects.
A philosophy developed by John Locke which states that all knowledge of matters of fact is based on, or derived from, experience.
The belief that God is a kind of cosmic clockmaker who created a perfect universe in which he does not intervene.
Descartes' way of understanding the universe was summed up in this belief, which states that a conclusion can be deduced by a set of premises, and not from scientific observation.
This astronomer theorized that the moon and sun orbited the Earth and the remaining planets orbited the sun.
This English philosopher introduced an inductive method of discovering the truths of the universe through observation and experimentation to conclusions and generalizations.
I solved the question of how blood circulates by theorizing that the heart operates like a mechanical pump.
He perfected the "spy glass" which enabled him to study the stars and cosmos beyond what the "naked eye" could see. He was also able to conclude that the sun rotated by observing the movement of sunspots on its surface.
An Italian monk who concluded that the universe was infinite size and that the Earth, sun, and planets were all moving constantly within it.
In Galileo's Dialogue on the Two Chief Systems of the World this philosophy was introduced which states that corresponding causes produce corresponding affects throughout the universe.
This philosophy presented by Ptolemy claimed that the earth is the center of the solar system and that the sun and other planets orbit around it.
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