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Dialogue of Civilizations and Modern Science
Religion and Theology
Pages 6 (1506 words)
Dialogue of Civilizations Led To the Birth of Modern Science Student’s Name Course title Name of Institution Instructor’s Name Date Dialogue of Civilizations Led To the Birth of Modern Science Over the years, prominent historians, philosophers, and scientists have had diverse explanations regarding the genesis of modern science (Harrison, 2010).
Those who hold this view argue that dialogue of civilizations from Europe, Asia, Middle East, and Africa is what led to the birth of modern science. One of the prominent scholars who hold this view is Noah Efron. Noah Efron, in his “That Christianity Gave Birth to Modern Science” in Galileo Goes to Jail, says that a dialogue of civilizations led to the birth of modern science (Numbers, 2009). This paper will discuss how a dialogue of civilizations really led to the birth of modern science. In addition, it will discuss what the relationship between science and religion in the Africa, Middle East, and Asia tell us about the subsequent history of the dialogue of civilizations and modern science. Critical examination by a number of prominent historians, philosophers, and scientists on the grand question of the birth or genesis of modern science have often indicated that modern science was a product of a dialogue of civilizations from many parts of the world (Brooke and Numbers, 2011). There is a consensus among most of them that different cultures and civilizations is what contributed to the birth and development of modern science. ...
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