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A collection of essays focusing on science and cultural change, while exploring the interaction of traditional disciplines (theology, history, law) and the emerging empirical and mathematical science. It also draws upon material from magic, witchcraft and popular occultism.
Pumfrey, Stephen; Rossi, Paolo L. Science, Culture and Popular Belief in Renaissance Europe. ISBN 13: 9780719043222.
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January 1993 · European History Quarterly. Science and civilization in Renaissance Europe.
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Doctors and Healers: Popular Culture and the Medical Profession". In Stephen Pumphrey; Paolo L. Rossi; Maurice Slawinski (ed. Science, Culture, and Popular Belief in Renaissance Europe. New York: St. Martin's Press. p. 197. ISBN 0-7190-2925-2.
Renaissance science and technology . According to medieval scientists, matter was composed of four elements-earth, air, fire, and water-whose combinations and permutations made up the world of visible objects. The collaboration of formal doctrine and popular belief had some of its most terrible consequences during the Renaissance, such as pogroms against Jews and witch-hunts, in which the church provided the doctrines of Satanic conspiracy and the inquisitorial agents and popular prejudice supplied the victims, predominantly women and marginal people.