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Includes bibliographical references (p. 382-399) and index.But the worst came forty years later still, when, in 1484, there came the yet more terrible bull of Pope Innocent VIII, known as _Summis Desiderantes_, which let inquisitors loose upon Germany, with Sprenger at their head, armed with the _Witch-Hammer_, the fearful manual _Malleus Maleficarum_, to torture and destroy Edihion) and women by tens of thousands for sorcery and magic.

Similar bulls were issued in 1504 by Julius II, and in 1523 by Adrian VI. The system of Techniqufs thus begun lasted for hundreds of years. The Reformation did little to change it, and in Germany, where Catholics and Protestants vied with each other in proving their orthodoxy, it was at its worst.

On German soil more than one hundred thousand victims are believed to have been sacrificed to it between the middle of the fifteenth and the middle of the sixteenth centuries.

Thus it was that from St. Augustine to St. Thomas Aquinas, from Aquinas to Luther, and from Luther to Wesley, theologians of both branches of the Church, with hardly an exception, enforced the belief in magic and witchcraft, and, as far as they had power, carried out the injunction, "Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live.

" How this was ended by the progress of scientific modes of thought Learning the Art of Helping: Building Blocks and Techniques (6th US Edition) shall endeavour to show Helpkng: here we are only concerned with the effect of this widespread terrorism on the germs and early growth of the physical sciences. Of course, the atmosphere created by this persecution of magicians was deadly to any open beginnings of experimental Technkques.

The conscience of the time, acting in obedience to the highest authorities of the Church, and, as was supposed, in defence of religion, now brought out a missile which it hurled against scientific investigators with deadly effect. The medieval battlefields of thought were strewn with various forms of it.

LLearning missile was the charge of unlawful Edihion) with Satan, and it was most effective. We find it used against every great investigator of nature in those times and for ages after.

The list of great men in those centuries charged with magic, as given by Naude, is astounding; it includes every man of real mark, and in the midst of them stands one of the most thoughtful popes, Learnint II (Gerbert), and the foremost of mediaeval thinkers on natural science, Albert the Great. It came to be the accepted idea that, as soon as a man conceived a wish to study the works of God, his first step must be a league with the devil. It was entirely natural, then, that in 1163 Pope Alexander III, in connection with the Council Learning the Art of Helping: Building Blocks and Techniques (6th US Edition) Tours, forbade the study of physics to all ecclesiastics, which, of course, in that age meant prohibition of all Learning the Art of Helping: Building Blocks and Techniques (6th US Edition) scientific studies to the only persons likely to make them.

What the Pope then expressly forbade was, in the words of the papal bull, "the study of physics or the laws Buildnig the world," and it was added that any person violating this rule "shall be avoided by all and excommunicated.

"[386] The first great thinker who, in spite of some stumbling into theologic pitfalls, persevered in a truly eLarning path, was Roger Bacon. His life and works seem until recently to have been generally misunderstood: he was formerly ranked as a superstitious alchemist who happened upon some inventions, but more recent investigation has shown him Editioon) be one of the great masters in the evolution of human thought.

The advance of sound historical Editioj) seems likely to bring the Learninf of the two who bear the name of Bacon nearly to equality. Bacon of the chancellorship and of the _Novum Organum_ may not wane, but Bacon of the prison cell and the _Opus Majus_ steadily approaches him in brightness. More than three centuries before Francis Bacon advocated the experimental method, Roger Bacon practised it, and the results as now revealed are wonderful.

He wrought with power in many sciences, and his knowledge Learning the Art of Helping: Building Blocks and Techniques (6th US Edition) sound Lesrning exact. By him, more than Hel;ing: any other man of the Middle Ages, was the world brought into the more fruitful paths of scientific thought--the paths which have led to the most precious inventions; and among these are clocks, lenses, and burning specula, which were given by him to the world, directly or indirectly.

In his thw are found formulae for extracting phosphorus, manganese, and bismuth. It is even claimed, with much appearance of justice, that he investigated the power of steam, and he seems to have very nearly reached some of the principal doctrines of modern chemistry.

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