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Use this World History and Scientific Revolution video entitled Science Before the Revolution to study the logic of Aristotelianism the prevailing science before the Scientific Revolution and trace the rise of modern science from Copernicus to Galileo to Newton. Learn about the historical development of the Scientific Revolution and define its relationship to the ideals of the Enlightenment and the innovations of the Industrial Revolution.

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  • History of Scientific Revolution. Learn about Science Before the Revolution. Trace the development of a new way of thinking based on logic and experimentation, and uncover the roots of modern science.
  • Explore the logic of Aristotelianism, the prevailing science before the Scientific Revolution, and trace the rise of modern science from Copernicus to Galileo to Newton.
  • Trace the historical development of the Scientific Revolution and define its relationship to the ideals of the Enlightenment and the innovations of the Industrial Revolution.
  • Gain insight to the effects of the Scientific Revolution, an intellectual revolution that ushered in a new science, and new explanations for the nature of the physical world, based on observation, measurement, experimentation, mathematical analysis, and induction.
  • Outline discoveries and advancements made in mathematics, astronomy, and mechanics, and follow the invention of scientific instruments such as the compound microscope, the telescope, the thermometer, the air pump, the barometer, and the pendulum clock.
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