The Scientific Revolution
17th-18th c.
Astronomy, Physics, Chemistry,
and Geology
Astronomia Nova
Johannes Kepler, 1609
Phases of Venus
and Other Planets
Galileo Galilei, 1610
History and Demonstrations Concerning
Sunspots and Their Properties
Galileo Galilei, 1613
One of Galileo’s Drawings of Sunspots
Galileo Showing the Doge of Venice How to Use the Telescope
Giuseppe Bertini, 1858
Galileo Facing the Roman Inquisition (1633)
Cristiano Banti, 1857
New Experiments Physico-Mechanicall
Touching the Spring of the Air
Robert Boyle, 1660
Boyle’s Air Pump
The Subterranean World
Athanasius Kircher, 1665
Mathematical Principles of
Natural Philosophy
Isaac Newton, 1687
Synopsis of the Astronomy
of Comets
Edmond Halley, 1705
Halley’s Comet in 1910
Anatomy, Biology, and Medicine
On the Motion of the Heart and
Blood in Animals
William Harvey, 1628
The Discourse on Method
René Descartes, 1637
Micrographia
Robert Hooke, 1665
Hooke’s Drawing of a Louse
Hooke’s Drawing of a Flea
Tractatus de Corde
Richard Lower, 1669
Richard Lower Transfusing Lamb’s
Blood to a Man, 1666
An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump
Joseph Wright, 1768
The Surgeon Dentist
Pierre Fauchard, 1728
Dental Surgery Instruments
Dentist’s Drill
The Classification of Knowledge
Systema Naturae
Carl Linnaeus, 1735
L’Encyclopédie
Denis Diderot, 1751-72
The Classical Orders
The Art of Engraving
Pen Nibs
Camera Obscura
Corsets
Knee Breeches
A Pin-Making Factory
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This presentation gives an overview of the Scientific Revolution in the 17th-18th centuries. It is a continuation of my earlier presentation on the Age of Discovery.

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The Scientific Revolution

  1. 1. The Scientific Revolution 17th-18th c.
  2. 2. Astronomy, Physics, Chemistry, and Geology
  3. 3. Astronomia Nova Johannes Kepler, 1609
  4. 4. Phases of Venus and Other Planets Galileo Galilei, 1610
  5. 5. History and Demonstrations Concerning Sunspots and Their Properties Galileo Galilei, 1613
  6. 6. One of Galileo’s Drawings of Sunspots
  7. 7. Galileo Showing the Doge of Venice How to Use the Telescope Giuseppe Bertini, 1858
  8. 8. Galileo Facing the Roman Inquisition (1633) Cristiano Banti, 1857
  9. 9. New Experiments Physico-Mechanicall Touching the Spring of the Air Robert Boyle, 1660
  10. 10. Boyle’s Air Pump
  11. 11. The Subterranean World Athanasius Kircher, 1665
  12. 12. Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy Isaac Newton, 1687
  13. 13. Synopsis of the Astronomy of Comets Edmond Halley, 1705
  14. 14. Halley’s Comet in 1910
  15. 15. Anatomy, Biology, and Medicine
  16. 16. On the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals William Harvey, 1628
  17. 17. The Discourse on Method René Descartes, 1637
  18. 18. Micrographia Robert Hooke, 1665
  19. 19. Hooke’s Drawing of a Louse
  20. 20. Hooke’s Drawing of a Flea
  21. 21. Tractatus de Corde Richard Lower, 1669
  22. 22. Richard Lower Transfusing Lamb’s Blood to a Man, 1666
  23. 23. An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump Joseph Wright, 1768
  24. 24. The Surgeon Dentist Pierre Fauchard, 1728
  25. 25. Dental Surgery Instruments
  26. 26. Dentist’s Drill
  27. 27. The Classification of Knowledge
  28. 28. Systema Naturae Carl Linnaeus, 1735
  29. 29. L’Encyclopédie Denis Diderot, 1751-72
  30. 30. The Classical Orders
  31. 31. The Art of Engraving
  32. 32. Pen Nibs
  33. 33. Camera Obscura
  34. 34. Corsets
  35. 35. Knee Breeches
  36. 36. A Pin-Making Factory

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