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  • ... [[Watt steam engine]]. The [[steam engine]] that propelled the Industrial Revolution in Britain and the world]] ...d a major turning point in human social history, comparable to [[neolithic revolution|the invention of farming]] or [[Civilization#Development_of_early_civilizat
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  • ... [[Watt steam engine]], the [[steam engine]] that propelled the Industrial Revolution in Britain and the world.]] ...dvances in the [[technology|technologies]] of [[industry]]. The Industrial Revolution was characterized by a complex interplay of changes in technology, [[societ
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  • ...w.ultralingua.net/index.html?action=define&nv=0&text=mathematicus&service=&searchtype=stemmed&service=latin2english Definition of “mathematicus.”] Retrie ...logy3.html#defense Activities With Astrology.] Retrieved July 3, 2007; The Scientific Exploration of Astrology, [http://www.rudolfhsmit.nl/u-case2.htm The Case F
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  • ...gnery Pub., 2005. ISBN 9780895260383)</ref><ref>Agustín Udías Vallina. ''Searching the heavens and the earth: the history of Jesuit observatories.'' (Astro ==Early scientific and technological achievements==
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  • ...n the second half of the twentieth century. ''The Structure of Scientific Revolutions'' had far reaching impacts on diverse fields of study beyond the philosoph ...ging him to write the book that would become ''The Structure of Scientific Revolutions'' (first ed. published in 1962).
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  • |scientific cassification ...ilies]] and partnerships to species-wide [[politics|political]], [[science|scientific]], and [[economics|economic]] unions, including complex systems of [[govern
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  • ...m]] in his epochal book, ''De revolutionibus orbium coelestium'' ''(On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres)''. ...olution. It has been equated it with the initiation of "''the'' scientific revolution."
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  • ... by advancing empirical falsifiability as the criterion for distinguishing scientific theory from non-science; and for his vigorous defense of [[liberal democrac ...d and published in English until 1959, when it was entitled ''The Logic of Scientific Discovery''), in which he criticized [[psychologism]], [[naturalism]], [[in
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  • ... the close of the [[Thirty Years' War]] (1648) and ended with the [[French Revolution]] (1789). ...]s to obtain objective truth about the whole of reality. Emboldened by the revolution in [[physics]] commenced by [[Isaac Newton|Newton]]ian kinematics, Enlighte
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  • ...essed purpose of disseminating Enlightenment ideas and the new advances in scientific knowledge to a wide audience. In so doing, it effectively undermined the Ch ...Encyclopedia]] (1917) provided some counterbalance to the scientism of the scientific encyclopedias.
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  • ...able_ideas = Method of proofs and refutations, methodology of scientific research programmes | ... at least one dissident student group in the lead-up to the 1956 Hungarian Revolution.
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  • notable_ideas = "Anything Goes!," scientific anarchism | ...rom supporting some form of logical or quasi-logical method in science and scientific discovery to what came to be known as an "anything goes" anti-method stance
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  • ...le manifesto ''Wissenschaftliche Weltauffassung. Der Wiener Kreis'' (''The Scientific Conception of the World. The Vienna Circle'') was published. The pamphlet i ...the application of a certain method, namely ''logical analysis''” (''The Scientific Conception of the World. The Vienna Circle'' quoted in Sarkar 1996, 331 –
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  • ...hen recently formed City Philosophical Society, where he heard lectures on scientific subjects, of which chemistry and electricity held the most sway over his im
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  • ...ny the quintessential English [[Renaissance Man]] with cultural, literary, scientific and political achievements of note. His eventful political life included hi ...s works established and popularized an inductive methodology for [[science|scientific]] inquiry, often called the ''Baconian method.'' Induction (or [[inductive
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  • The [[French Revolution]] and the [[Napoleonic War]] (1796-1851) introduced the modern ideas of equ The Restoration saw all the pre-Revolution states restored with the exception of the Republic of Venice (previously un
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  • ...mber 27, 1571 &ndash; November 15, 1630), a key figure in the [[scientific revolution]], was a [[Germany|German]] [[Lutheran]], a [[mathematician]], [[astrologer ...nts and reasoning into his work. At the same time, he was committed to the scientific approach and was not tied to doctrinal beliefs. Even as a university studen
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  • ...t that by imitating the methodical nature of the natural sciences with its scientific method, philosophy too could demonstrate certain, indubitable truths. This ...t is often referred to as “hyperbolic doubt.” Recall that Descartes is searching for a truth that is beyond any doubt, even the slightest. For this reaso
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  • ...uralism]] attempted to distinguish itself from the use of the structural [[Scientific method|method]]. [[Deconstruction]] was an attempt to break with structural ... more complex mental structures. In this part of the nineteenth century, researchers were making great advances in [[chemistry]] and [[physics]] by analyzing
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