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The scientific dimension of Christian Culture

Author: GaoYanChao
Tutor: ZhouDongQi
School: Heilongjiang University
Course: Philosophy of Science and Technology
Keywords: Middle Ages Christian Scientific dimension Grosset
CLC: B978
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2010
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This article is dedicated to the excavation and study medieval Christian cultural background, rationalism and empiricism of the scientific thinking of the traditional development and its impact in the history of science. The author attempts to distort and fracture in the medieval scientific development surface, which find to ensure the internal logical association of science and history of ancient Greece and Rome to the continuity of modern science. This paper first discusses the dimensions of a Christian Science - rationalist factors play an important role in the awakening of scientific rationality in science and culture down the early Middle Ages, and its view of nature, from the Middle Ages, the ideological foundation of the scientific development systematic explanation of the medieval Christian culture of of intensive scientific rationality and empiricism thinking in the medieval theological studies which Faren. Solved by the medieval Christian culture in the form of the theoretical dilemma left by the ancient Greek philosophy, and laid the basis of the scientific spirit and the will to explore the strong belief in the world to determine down. Then, of the articles focus discusses the evolution of empiricism thinking and Aristotelian empiricism thinking on the academic development and its limitations in medieval Europe, and the history of science in the Middle Ages representative bishops and scientists Grosset science thought and research activities, for example, to interpret the development as well as the evolution of the medieval empiricism thought emphasized the Western scientific development of Christian doctrine on of mathematical empiricism thinking fusion process important impact on Christianity in the Middle Ages, scientific activities the role of in-depth discussions. To a more comprehensive and objective understanding of the dimensions of the two wings of the Christian culture of science - rationalism and empiricism traditional paper also discusses macro medieval religious system development and academic independence relations, with particular emphasis on medieval universities of produce and Christian \Medieval spirit of rational empiricism traditional development directly become a solid theoretical foundation and research background of modern science the rise of Christianity among the ultimate care and critical factors has a crucial link with the morphology of modern science and research. Medieval science throughout the history of the development of the scientific dimension of the Christian religions differentiation independent history.

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