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Chapter 23: HMNT 210

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Christopher Litten

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Transcript of Chapter 23: HMNT 210

Scientific Revolution and the New Scientific Learning
Geocentric Universe
Copernicus and Heliocentric
Universe
Galileo
Bacon
Descartes
Spinoza
Pascal
Newton
Art
Vanitas (Still Life)
de Heem
Steen
Genre
Hooch
Vermeer
Vermeer
ter Borch
Portrait
Hals
Leyster
Rembrandt
Rembrandt
Landscape
Vermeer
Camera Obscura
Spring
Summer
Autumn
Winter
Vivaldi: Four Seasons
Concertos
Bach
Brandenburg Concerto
Bach
Fugue
Beethoven: Moonlight Sonata
First Movement
Second Movement
Third Movement
Tocatta and Fugue
Scientific Revolution
direct observation
mathematical verification
invention of instruments used for observation and verification
Bach
Polonaise Suite

Self-Portrait of St. Paul
Self-Portrait
The Laughing Cavalier
The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp
Locke
Oosterwyck
The Suitor's Visit
Woman
Holding
Balance
The Geographer
Dutch Courtyard
The
Drawing
Lesson
View of Delft
God exists only philosophically
Cogito ergo sum
If God does not exist, skeptics lose nothing by believing in him, but if God does exist, they reap eternal life.
Vanitas Still LIfe
Bach
Well-Tempered Clavier
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