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Quiz 16 :

The Baroque Age Ii: Revolutions in Scientific and Political Thought

Quiz 16 :

The Baroque Age Ii: Revolutions in Scientific and Political Thought

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Kepler's major contribution to the Scientific Revolution was
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B

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A central characteristic of medieval science was that it
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D

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In Aristotle's system of cosmology, which of the following was NOT considered a planet?
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D

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Galileo's important discoveries were influenced by his
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Which was NOT a feature of the seventeenth-century advances in science?
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The "crisis of the European conscience" that affected some European thinkers in the late seventeenth century meant that they
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Besides astronomical research, Galileo also contributed to the
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How did religious leaders react to Copernicus's theory?
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Newton's outstanding contribution to the Scientific Revolution was the mathematical basis for the
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Galileo's celestial observations proved that
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Regarding Galileo's astronomical writings, the Catholic Church
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In the Middle Ages, Aristotle's science began to be undermined by the
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Aristotelian physics and astronomy were transmitted to the West through
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Tycho Brahe contributed to the Scientific Revolution by
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Which of the following is a correct statement about the Scientific Revolution?
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Which of the following is the term for the theory that the universe is earth-centered?
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A consequence of Kepler's scientific research was that
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Copernicus's explanation of the universe can be described as a
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Which scientist disproved Galen's theory about the circulation of the blood?
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The Egyptian scholar Ptolemy can best be described as
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