The Scientific Revolution.
The Scientific way of thinking which was developed in the late fifteenth century, was critical to the disintegration of the cohesive medieval view of the world prior to that (Perry, Chase, Jacob, Jacob & Von Laue 2000: 411). The beginning of the Scientific Revolution signified the new mechanical approach to nature, which enabled westerners to discover and explain the laws of nature through logic and experimentation. Although the scientific way of thinking was essentially different from medieval cosmology in the sense that it was more methodical, it was primarily built upon the anci…
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