Early scientists and the definition of science
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Proto-scientistFloreat
Naturalist?
Aposteriorist?
Quantitative?Reductionist?Fallibilist?Open?Modernness
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AristotleC-6thYNNNNN17%
Reference bad scientist
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Nicolaus CopernicusC16th??Y??Y33%
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Francis BaconeC17thYYYYYY100%
Reference cheerleader
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ibn al-HaythamC11th?YYYYN67%
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Rene DescartesC17thN?YYN?33%
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Galileo GalileiC17thYYYYNY83%
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Giambattista della Porta
C16thNY???Y33%
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Gottfried LeibnizC17thN?YY?Y50%
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Johannes KeplerC17thNYYYN?50%
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Tycho BraheC16thNNY?NN17%
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Christiaan HuygensC17thYYYY?Y83%
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Robert HookeC17thYYYYYY100%
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Isaac NewtonC17thNYYYY?67%
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Thomas HobbesC17thYNNNN?17%Reference troll
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Margaret CavendishC17thYNNNN?17%
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John Aubrey0%
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Robert BoyleY17%
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Tommaso CampanellaC16th0%
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Hennig Brandt0%
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Jan Amos Komensky0%
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Robert Fludd0%
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Bernard de Fontanelle0%
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Pierre Gassendi0%
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Edmond Halley0%
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William Harvey0%
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Paracelsus0%
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Gerolamo Cardano0%
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Leonardo da Vinci0%
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Henry Oldenburg0%
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William Petty0%
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Roger Bacon0%
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John Wilkins0%
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John DeeC16thNNYNN17%
Reference woooooooooo
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