From Copernicus to Newton: the Origins of Modern Science at Louisville Free Public Library – Downtown Branch on July 29, 2014.
From Copernicus to Newton: the Origins of Modern Science
Tuesday, July 29
Louisville Free Public Library – Downtown Branch
This new six-week Short Course explores the modern foundations of astronomy, physics, chemistry, and biology from 1500-1800, and the ways in which new discoveries in science affected how we saw the world around us.
The course will be led by Dr. William C. Schrader, a retired professor of history and current teacher for Bellarmine University’s Veritas Program.
From Copernicus to Newton: the Origins of Modern Science is free and open to the public. Call (502) 574-1635 to register.
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