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Why the inductive and mathematical sciences, after

their first rapid development at the culmination of Greek civilization, advanced so slowly for two thousand years--and why in the following two hundred years a knowledge of natural and mathematical science has accumulated, which so vastly exceeds all that was previously known that these sciences may be justly regarded as the products of our own times—are questions which have interested the modern philosopher not less than the objects with which these sciences are more immediately conversant. Was it the employment of a new method of research, or in the exercise of greater virtue in the use of the old methods, that this singular modern phenomenon bad its origin Was the long period one of arrested development, and is the modern era one of normal growth Or should we ascribe the characteristics of both periods to so--called historical accidents--to the influence of conjunctions in circumstances of which no explanation is possible, save in t
A. is that the latter needs confirmation
B. rests on the simplicity of the former
C. is the difference between the modern scientists and the ancient Greeks
D. helps us to understand the deductive method
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