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Scientific Revolutions: Part 2

Further conceptual revolutions in science Revolutions in the Life Sciences The life sciences have experienced fewer revolutions than the physical sciences. The first major revolution in the biological sciences was initiated by William Harvey, as noted above. The next revolution … Continue reading

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Christianity and the Beginning of Science

Aristotle began Metaphysics with a bold assertion: “All men desire to know.”[i] This probably seems reasonable to anyone who has had a child who wants to know everything from why they have to go to sleep to why they have … Continue reading

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