The Scientific Revolution And The Scientific Revolution

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The scientific revolution, transformed our understanding of science through the scientific lens, after Copernicus published his works in the year of 1543. After Copernicus published “The Revolutions of Heavenly Spheres” in 1543, the Counter Reformation begins about two years later. A large part of the story of our universe involves nature writers, which developed their ideas through experimentation with technology. Through their writing and works of literature, they were able to challenge the way individuals felt about the world around them. They inspired greater consciousness, appreciation through their evocative works on nature. Many of them argued how one’s lived experience provides a more emotional view of nature, marking a transition…show more content…
As Garcia (2015) states, An example of the way in which nature writers have influenced our understanding is Aldo Leopold’s “Thinking like a mountain”, where “Leopold strays away from the exact definition of human-nature relations and studies the individual players in an environmental scenario complicated by human-imposed adversity” . The scientific revolution resulted in individuals understanding their place in the world. However, the scientific revolution amplified the idea that humans could control the natural world. By gaining a broader understanding of the natural world through its laws, society could achieve dominion over the natural world. Science could improve our life by providing answers to many questions about the…show more content…
Another example of an influence in the understanding of the universe is the enuma elish, providing an understanding of how the universe initiated in a amorphous state, where two gods, female and male emerged . Throughout this process, there was an emphasis is the creation by reproduction. Moreover, all aspects of humanity come from Tiamat’s lifeless body, further humbling our idea of our significance and superiority of other organisms . Through the enuma elish, the world is portrayed as one filled with somewhat negative and dark. According to this belief, the world was created out of a
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