Scientific Revolution

Keturah J. 5th PERIOD

What was the change?

Thought and practice that brought about modern science it can essentially be seen as the amalgamation = natural philosophy with various so called subordinate, science, astronomy, geographic, mathematical. It was a new way of thinking about the natural world that challenged traditional views and instead relied upon experimentation.

Who were the people associated with the change?

How did the change impact the society at the time?

  • It led to people to question the church instead of thinking god was mostly responsible for everything. Also it inspired great artistic achievement ;led to new ideas about governor, religion, education, and economic.
  • scientific method
  • expansion and exploration of trade
  • study of ancient authority
  • began modern science
  • belief in progressed and power of reason
  • new views of the universe as well-ordered system

How is that change evidence in today's modern society?