1. Discuss whether the Scientific Revolution and the Reformation were “revolutionary”.

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The time had come, a challenge was formed. Nicholas Copernicus hoped that his heliocentric theory would offer a more accurate explanation. He claimed that the sun was motionless at the center of the universe and the planets revolved around the sun, the moon however revolved around the earth...
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The next step in destroying the geocentric conception of the world and supporting Copernicus’ belief was Kepler’s laws of planetary motion. He did oppose Copernicus by saying that the orbits of the planets were not circular but elliptical and sun is at one focus of the ellipse rather than the center...
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