Scientific Revolution: A Captivating Guide to the Emergence of Modern Science During the Early Modern Period and the Life of Galileo Galilei

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If you want to discover the captivating history of the Scientific Revolution, then keep reading… Free History BONUS Inside! Two captivating manuscripts in one book:The Scientific Revolution: A Captivating Guide to the Emergence of Modern Science During the Early Modern Period, Including Stories of Thinkers Such as Isaac Newton and René DescartesGalileo Galilei: A Captivating

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If you want to discover the captivating history of the Scientific Revolution, then keep reading…

Free History BONUS Inside!

Two captivating manuscripts in one book:
The Scientific Revolution: A Captivating Guide to the Emergence of Modern Science During the Early Modern Period, Including Stories of Thinkers Such as Isaac Newton and René DescartesGalileo Galilei: A Captivating Guide to an Italian Astronomer, Physicist, and Engineer and His Impact on the History of ScienceAncient cultures have been looking up at the stars for thousands of years, wondering about their place in the universe. What were those glowing spots in the black cover of night? Just how far away was the moon? These and other questions hounded humanity through the millennia until, finally, relative economic stability allowed for a number of people to examine their world more closely. Slowly, knowledge and understanding accumulated generation by generation until the conditions were ideal enough for a revolution to occur in thinking, experimentation, worldview, and natural philosophy.

It was the Scientific Revolution, the time period when Western theologians had more and better tools to measure and make sense of the things around them. With careful measurements, precise data collection, and an unwavering sense of curiosity, humankind stepped into the future. The truly magnificent feature of this time period, besides, of course, the scientific discoveries themselves, was the kinship between philosophers, scientists, and experimental hobbyists throughout Europe. Hundreds, if not thousands, of letters between great intellectuals such as Isaac Newton, Johannes Kepler, Robert Hooke, and Tycho Brahe have been preserved, demonstrating how these men (and a few women) worked in cooperation with one another in order to better their own research.

Some of the topics covered in part 1 of this book include:
Science: A Definition and Brief PrehistoryThe Early Western SciencesParacelsusNicolaus CopernicusLuigi AnguillaraAndreas VesaliusIgnazio DantiTycho and Sophia BrahePaul WittichSethus CalvisiusJoseph GoedenhuyzeGiordano BrunoConrad GessnerJohannes KeplerDaniel SennertGalileo GalileiWilliam HarveyRené DescartesRobert BoyleAntonie van LeeuwenhoekIsaac NewtonRobert HookeMaria Sibylla MerianMaria Winckelmann-KirchWilliam and Caroline HerschelMary SomervilleAnd much, much more!Some of the topics covered in part 2 of this book include:
A Stargazer Is BornGalileo Studies with Florentine MonksThe University of PisaGalileo Calculates the Location of HellProfessor at the University of PisaUniversity of PaduaThe Catholic InquisitionKepler’s StarGalileo and Johannes KeplerThe Starry MessengerGalileo Meets Pope Paul VThe Inquisition Visits AgainDiscourse on the TidesA Meeting with Pope Urban VIIIThe AssayerDialogue Concerning the Two Chief World SystemsTrial and ImprisonmentFinal Work and DeathAnd much, much more!So if you want to learn more about the Scientific Revolution and Galileo Galilei, scroll up and click the “add to cart” button!

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