Scientific Revolution

Sarah M. 5th Period

What was the change?

The people during the Scientific Revolution thought about the world around them and pushed away from traditional beliefs about the universe. They began to think more for themselves. This caused them to focus on science and less about religion. This change is what describes the Scientific Revolution.

Who were the people associated with the change?

How did the change impact society at the time?

At the time, the Scientific Revolution introduced new ways of thinking. They thought from more of a logical stand point than what the church may want them to believe. These new ways contradicted many ways of the church. For example, the invention of the printing press led to the printing of secular books.

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

Many of the countless inventions created during the Scientific Revolution are still used today, such as the telescope, submarine, barometer, and a method for blood transfusion. In addition, the new intellect established the Scientific Method which is currently used today as well.
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