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The Leviathan (1651)
Second Treatise of Government (1690)
Encyclopedie: making of cannon
Encyclopedie: printing a newspaper
Salon: Mme de Geoffrion
Voltaire (Francois Marie Arouet)
Cunegonde, Baron Thunder-ten-tronckh, Candide (“les grands coups des pied dans la derriere”)
Travels of Candide and Pangloss
“mais il fault cultiver notre jardin”
Baron de Montesquieu
The Spirit of the Laws
A Vindication of the Rights of Woman
Olympe de Gouges
The Enlightenment Causes of Revolution. What are the main ideas of the Enlightenment philosophers? How do they challenge the powers of Absolute Monarchs?
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I.) The Enlightenment o Time period in Europe in the 1600’s and 1700’s that used reason to explain human nature. o Direct result of the Age of Absolutism.
People of the Enlightenment 1. Baron de Montesquieu Political Philosopher Studied European governments 1748: The Spirit of the Laws Divide powers of Government/
Age of Enlightenment 1689 John Locke publishes The Two Treatises of Government 1651 Thomas Hobbes publishes Leviathan David Hume publishes A Treatise of.
Ch 11 Enlightenment Ideas and Reforms. Two Views on Government 1) Hobbes- Conflict is a part of human nature War of everyone v. everyone without government.
Enlightenment Thinkers. René Descartes (1596–1650) French philosopher and mathematician Questioned the basis of his own knowledge “Cogito ergo sum”
The Enlightenment -18 th Century Introduction: Definition (2) Immanuel Kant: Main Ideas of the Enlightenment: “Secularization”
Who’s That Philosophe? Review Game. Who’s That Philosophe? 1. Wrote Leviathan 2. “People are born free and everywhere they are in chains” 3. Man is governed.
Philosophical movement taking place in the 17 th and 18 th centuries in which thinkers applied the principles of reason and the scientific method to all.
Enlightenment Philosophes. Thomas Hobbes Political philosopher “In the natural world only the strong survive, unless order is created by a great and.
Thomas Hobbes Political philosopher English In the natural world only the strong survive, unless order is created by a great and powerful ruler.
The Enlightenment or “Wow, do I feel smarter!”. The Enlightenment may be seen as a period in the late 1600s and 1700s when writers, philosophers, and.
The Enlightenment. The Age of Enlightenment Enlightenment: Philosophers believed that they could apply the scientific method and use reason to explain.
What is Enlightenment? History 104 / February 6, 2013.
The Enlightenment © Students of History -
Read “The Two Views on Society” and answer the question comparing Hobbes and Locke on how their view of human nature differs (p. 576).
Leaders of the Age of Reason Mr. Ornstein Willow Canyon High School.
Chapter 22 Section 2 Notes. I.Two Views on Government English Political Thinkers.
Enlightenment “Age of Reason”. Thesis Individuals used the proven problem solving methods from the Scientific Revolution to discover similar truths about.
Enlightenment Thinkers. Thomas Hobbes English Philosopher Humans are naturally wicked Absolute monarchy is best Gov created to protect people from their.
MARY WOLLSTONECRAFT Feminism Social order founded on reason, therefore men and women should be treated as equals Traveled through France during the Revolution.
The Enlightenment. What Was the Enlightenment? The Enlightenment was an intellectual movement in Europe during the 18 th century that led to a whole new.
THE ENLIGHTENMENT A Brighter world as described by people with wigs.
Today’s goal(s) and how it relates to your class goal.
Enlightenment Thinkers Notes and Assignments. Objectives and Essential Question Objective(s): Students will learn the key philosophers of the Enlightenment.
The Enlightenment. What does Enlightenment mean? An intellectual movement that stresses reason and thought. An intellectual movement that stresses reason.
Le Salon de Monsieur Varghese 1. Homework: read R66-R70 & ANSWER questions –Leviathan: Thomas Hobbes –The Spirit of Laws: le Baron de Montesquieu –The.
The Enlightenment & Age of Reason in Europe 1600s-1700s Unit 5, SSWH 13 b.
Enlightenment & Revolution. Enlightenment “Age of Reason” “Age of Reason” Philosophical movement in the 18 th century. Philosophical movement in the 18.
Scientific Revolution & The Age of Enlightenment “THE AGE OF REASON” Mr. Violanti / Mrs. Verni Fall, 2015.
The Enlightenment A New Way of Thinking. I. The Enlightenment A. A time when the use of reason (logical thinking) and science were applied to political,
The Enlightenment & Scientific Revolution. The Scientific Revolution = Ancient ideas of the church challenged by scholars Many scholars persecuted by.
What was the Enlightenment? What does the ‘Scientific Revolution’ refer to? Describe each of the following important writings of the Enlightenment. Include.
John Locke Enlightenment Thinker Do you Know?. John Locke Enlightenment Thinker Do you Know? 1. Other name for Enlightenment.
Chapter 22 Section 2 Study Guide The Enlightenment in Europe.
THE ENLIGHTENMENT. Principles – Tenets of the Enlightenment –Rationalism –Freedom –Toleration –Progress –Individualism –Relativism –Deism.
The Philosophes. Who were they? “Sought to apply the rules of reason, criticism, and common sense to nearly all the major institutions, economic practices,
Enlightenment - new ideas were brought forth on how to make government better. Salon – social gathering of thinkers natural laws - Rules of conduct.
The Enlightenment: A New Way of Thinking I. Definition: A time when the use of reason (logical thinking) and scientific principles were applied to political,
The age of reason What is philosophy?. The Enlightenment Early 1700s, new generation of thinkers. Examined the power of human reason. Follows from earlier.
The Scientific Revolution paves the way for the Enlightenment.
The Enlightenment. Context Caffeine and the Printing Press A new “public sphere” – understanding that individuals were part of a larger “imagined.
Bell Ringer - 11/29 & 11/30 1.The Scientific Revolution was a new way of thinking about the ___________ __________ based on careful ___________ and a willingness.
Enlightenment Views of Government John Locke People are born with natural rights Government protects these rights Government by consent Thomas Hobbes Government.
Chapter 20: Enlightenment and Revolution in England and America Section 4: The Enlightenment ( )
Age of Enlightenment How did Enlightenment thinkers influence society around them? What were the major ideas of the Enlightenment?
The Enlightenment The Age of Reason. Enlightenment §Reaches peak in mid- 1700s §sparked by Scientific Revolution §apply reason and scientific method to.
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