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28 March, 18:22

Why scientific progress about medicine, Nature, and the universe was slow to come about during the middle ages

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  1. 28 March, 18:33
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    Mainly it was because of the deep religion impact on society and individuals. The church had become the most powerful institution during the middle ages, even surpassing the power of the kings and nobles.

    Anything rational or scientific said against the established religious teachings were regarded as Blasphemy and those who did that were severely punished. Even killed sometimes.
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