Was the scientific revolution largely a result of technological shifts from the Renaissance?

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The renaissance can be characterized by the emphasis on natural philosophy and Aristotelian philosophy of ?learning to understand nature by observation and contemplation its ordinary course'. Thus, the scientific revolution can be seen as a shift away from Aristotelian philosophy towards a mechanical philosophy with the emphasis on calculation, experimentation and precision...
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The renaissance can be characterized by the emphasis on natural philosophy and Aristotelian philosophy of ?learning to understand nature by observation and contemplation its ordinary course'. Thus, the scientific revolution can be seen as a shift away from Aristotelian philosophy towards a mechanical philosophy with the emphasis on calculation, experimentation and precision...
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