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What impact on society did the scientific revolution have?


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What the scientific Revolution and its impact on society


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Scientific Revolution revolutionized the way of thinking by the people. It changed man's basic concept of the universe. It had vast cultural, religious and philosophical effects on modern society. It had a major impact on politics and on the economy.

the scientific revolution was believed to change history of course and people socially and intellectually

He made a significant scientific contribution to society.

because edsa revulotion is important.

because they learned about new things

Copernicus was an astronomer that put together an heliocentric model of the universe. Heliocentric, the sun being at the center of the universe. It is said that he began the Scientific Revolution.

Newton tied up all the loose ideas of the scientific revolution. He invented calculus. His impact was that he formed the modern mind, before Newton's synthesis, these ideas were considered stories. He set the foundation for modern society in mathematics and science. -Jasleen Bains

The industrial revolution had massive impact on the politics, economics, society, and culture of the European economies.

The scientific revolution led to the invention and understanding of better navigation systems as well the structuring of better, more durable ships.

The achievements of the Scientific Revolution contributed to the Enlightenment by changing the way people thought. Scientific success convinced Europeans of the power of human reasoning to solve the problems of society.

its commonly called the industrial revolution, a secondary impact of which was Marx and Engles book "the communist manifesto".

The Russian Revolution changed almost everything in Russian society. The state took over all the land and industry and people became employees of the state.

what is the scientific revolution

People started asking questions instead of thinking god was responsible for everything.

The ideas of the Scientific Revolution led people to believe that the universe could be understood through empirical proof. It led them to question the divine right of kings.

Human society and its impact on the biosphere were transformed by the Industrial Revolution, which added machines and factories to civilization during the 1800s.

The Industrial Revolution, which reached the United States in the 19th century, profoundly reshaped American culture and had a significant impact on subsequent global history. If the American Revolution spurred the birth of a nation, the Industrial Revolution marked that nation's growth into maturity. The Industrial Revolution altered all aspects of American life, from the economy to politics and the fabric of society itself.

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A Revolution is a a a sudden, complete or marked change in something, so in the case of the Scientific Revolution, there were many breakthroughs in the scientific fields, which made people curious about the future of Scientific inventions, thus making it a "Scientific" Revolution

Revolution Society was created in 1788.

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