The Scientific Revolution
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Examines the traditional crediting of Europe and Copernicus with the development of the Scientific Revolution. Contends that scientific advances in China and the Arabic world were largely responsible for the development.
From the Paper:"Generally, scholars date the beginning of the Scientific Revolution at the 1543 publication of Nicolas Copernicus's "De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium," in which he challenged the Ptolemiac universe and argued instead that the..."
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