Humanities: History of Science & Technology

Margaret Cavendish (1623-1673)

TITLE: Essay on “Did science have a renaissance?”
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AUTHOR: Mavarine Du-Marie

DATE: 15th July 2008

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“Certainly. The renaissance of science in Europe was borne out of the various Courts from the patronage of the nobility. And their interest in the sciences was fuelled by finding solutions for the well-being in the economics, political and religious states of their communities using also the means of humanism and the liberal arts to convey the purpose and intent of science, in practical ways where possible for their communities….”

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