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2. In the Scientific Revolution, what did Locke look to experiment?

  • Modern texts to compare to ancient ones
  • Rats
  • An observation, rather than ancient texts for certainty
  • Ancient texts

3. What did the Molyneux Problem show?

  • Experience does not create necessary truth, it merely brings them out
  • Images don't allow for reality they just justify it
  • Our past experiences create false images in our heads
  • That CHIP is worthless

4. Early modern scientists believed that women were...

  • not allowed to witness, as their reputation was not trustworthy
  • incapable of witnessing because they had no brain
  • smarter than men and should always witness
  • not allowed to publish anything, but could witness

5. How did early modern scientists establish matter of fact?

  • Through observation, direct witnessing of experiments and reporting this in journals
  • Through witnessing people do the experiment but not publishing it as it was inside knowledge
  • Through publishing articles but not actually witnessing the experiment being carried out
  • Take a pic and upload it on insta with all the hashtags #likeforlike #instawhat nofilter


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