the period of great advances in the sciences, roughly 1500-1700
Galileo and Kepler were major figures in the scientific revolution.
- Scientific socialism
noun 1. Marxist socialism Compare utopian socialism
noun 1. a coherent group of propositions formulated to explain a group of facts or phenomena in the natural world and repeatedly confirmed through experiment or observation: the scientific theory of evolution.
noun 1. the style, assumptions, techniques, practices, etc., typifying or regarded as typifying scientists. 2. the belief that the assumptions, methods of research, etc., of the physical and biological sciences are equally appropriate and essential to all other disciplines, including the humanities and the social sciences. 3. scientific or pseudoscientific language. noun 1. the application […]
noun 1. an expert in science, especially one of the physical or natural sciences. noun 1. a person who studies or practises any of the sciences or who uses scientific methods noun 1. (Christian Science) Christ as supreme spiritual healer 2. short for Christian Scientist See Christian Scientist