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  1. Unit 3 AP European History Ms. Gerst By: Kelsey Doolittle

  2. #1 Rene Descartes Scientific Revolution French philosopher and mathematician who lived from 1596-1650. His Discourse on Method states that all assumptions had to be proven on the basis of known facts. He wrote, “I think; therefore, I am.” His method of questioning was built upon strict, orderly logical reasoning. MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  3. #2 Andreas Vesalius Scientific Revolution Flemish scientist who pioneered the study of anatomy and provided detailed overviews of the human body and its systems. MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  4. English physician who used lab experiments to study the circulation of blood and its flow through arteries and veins as well as the heart. William Harvey #3 Scientific Revolution MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  5. English scientist and author of works explaining the law of universal gravitation and means of measuring motion. His work inspired the notion of natural and universal laws ordering and arranging life. Isaac Newton #4 Scientific Revolution MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  6. Italian scientist who invented the telescope. This enabled him to reach new astronomical observations, such as that not every heavenly body (planet) revolves around Earth. His later work formed the basis for the study of objects in motion, or physics. Galileo Galilei #5 Scientific Revolution MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  7. Mathematician who used models, observations, and mathematics to prove the heliocentric theory developed by Copernicus. His work was later supported by Galileo. Johannes Kepler #6 Scientific Revolution MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  8. The Polish scientist who worked in the 1500s. He abandoned the largely accepted geocentric theory that the planets moved around Earth and advocated the heliocentric theory, which stated that the center of the universe was near the Sun. Nicolas Copernicus #7 Scientific Revolution MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  9. Franciscan monk, English philosopher, and scientist in the 12o0s who advocated for a system of scientific experimentation in seeking truth rather than accepting without question traditional Church and ancient beliefs. This led to the development of the scientific method. Roger Bacon #8 Scientific Revolution MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

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