The scientific revolution began towards the end of the Renaissance in the 16th century and continued until the Enlightenment in the 18th century. It was sparked by Copernicus work “On the Revolutions of the Celestial Spheres” published in 1543, which established the heliocentric view of the universe, as well as Andreas Vesalius’ “On the Fabric of the Human Body” published in the same year.
The scientific revolution was a very exciting time of discovery. It really began to spark and produce ground work for the enlightenment. This was a very exciting time for humans. In this time new ideas were produced rapidly and new approaches were taken towards nature, philosophy, and mathematics.
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