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Reconfiguring the WorldAl Greek and Arabic sources Osler demonstrates the impact of the Renaissance recovery of ancient texts printing the Protestant Reformation and the exploration of the New World She shows how the traditional disciplinary boundaries established by Aristotle changed dramatically during this period and finds the tensions of science and religion expressed as differences between natural philosophy and theologyFar from a triumphalist account Osler’s story includes false starts and dead ends Ultimately she shows how a few gifted students of nature changed the way we see ourselves and the universe