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Cosmology and Astronomy

Babylonian Cosmology, Greek Cosmology, Interregnum, The Copernican Revolution, The Newtonian Revolution, Twentieth-century Cosmology

Early cosmologies, or worldviews, envisioned a universe subject to the whims of gods and were anthropocentric: focused on the role and fate of human beings. As such, cosmology and religion were often intertwined.

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Science EncyclopediaScience & Philosophy: Cosine to Cyano group