Jan 162012
 

Question by oooooooooo a korean in cokato: Renaissance encouraged the scientific revolution and the enlightenment?
In particular, what changes in interest, outlook and thinking during the renaissance and the reformation encouraged the scientific revolution and the enlightenment?

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Answer by Spinoza
It must be a desire for better life must be the driving force for the scientific advancement, and of course there was a kind of rivarly between Ottoman Empire and Constantinople; and there already crusades took place and it went on more than 100 years or so, these things do play role in driving people to reach much higher heights in life.

No doubt Renaissance did played a pivotal role in spread of scientific temper and advancement; and even the renaissance is also indirectly influenced by the crusades and the battle for the constantinople in the Europe.

One thing is very important in the human life, a kind of healthy competition should be always there and should be welcomed, that healthy competition and contest is very important in the human life, otherwise people become lethargic and complacent.

That’s it my friend.

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