CHAPTER 24 – An Ocean of Truth

@inproceedings{Pater2004CHAPTER2,
  title={CHAPTER 24 – An Ocean of Truth},
  author={C. Pater},
  year={2004}
}
This chapter focuses on the natural philosophy and mathematical principles. The domain of natural philosophy was the investigation of natural bodies, their forces, natures, actions, and interactions, the religious aspect of which was of fundamental importance. The essential difference with modern science is that natural philosophy considers God and his creation. This orientation towards God was taken for granted and there was no need to state it explicitly. However, if a natural philosopher had… Expand

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