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The sixteenth and seventeenth centuries witnessed such fervent investigations of the natural world so that the period has been called the "Scientific Revolution". A broad range of thinkers and workers explored and reconceptualized the world around them. In this book, the author not only explores the exciting developments in the science of the stars, earth science, the science of matter and motion, life science and much more, but also introduces exploration and efforts by some of the most dazzling stars in the entire history of science such as Copernicus, Galileo, Newton and many others less recognized but no less important in the period of the "Scientific Revolution".
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Book Description paperback. Condition: New. Paperback. Pub Date :2013-12-01 Pages: 288 Language: Chinese. English Publisher: Routledge 16th and 17th centuries. people explore the natural world unfold fanaticism. is the scientific revolution period. Or out of religious fervor. or for practical needs. or for the prospect of fame and fortune. or simply the desire for knowledge. colored thinkers and doers to explore and re-examine the world around them. Copernicus. Galileo. Newton. the entire history of human sciences most dazzling stars. . Seller Inventory # BX054882