What were the Causes and Consequences of the Scientific Revolution and how did it Change the World from 1500 - 1800?

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This is what the Renaissance and the Scientific Revolution valued and believed. Many of the “modern” scientists of the Scientific Revolution were recognizing their pre-modern and ancient roots, but above all, the way they were thinking was starting to change. This was the beginning of the Revolution...
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This was the beginning of the Revolution. In my opinion, one of the major and original revolutionaries of thought was Descartes. With his philosophy of “I think therefore I am” he created a whole new world of possibility that existed in a world dominated by the “Christian Matrix” His idea that purely because he could think logically and with reason, meant that he existed...
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