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What is the name for the laws that govern human nature?
What is it called when people give up the state of nature to live in an organized society?
What was the name given to French Enlightenment thinkers?
What is the name of the economic policy of allowing businesses to operate with little or no government interference?
Enlightenment thinkers who focused on economic reform were known as __________.
Whose most famous writing was Leviathan?
Who wrote Two Treatises of Government?
Who is famous for this quote: “I do not agree with a word that you say but I will defend to the death your right to say it”?
Who wrote The Spirit of the Laws?
Who wrote The Social Contract?
What was Adam Smith’s book called?
The Wealth of Nations
What did Montesquieu write?
The Spirit of the Laws
Who wrote A Vindication of the Rights of Woman?
What did Rousseau write?
The Social Contract
What was Denis Diderot famous for writing?
Which Enlightenment thinker supported absolute monarchs?
Which Enlightenment thinker believed that people were born with certain natural rights?
What Enlightenment thinker supported the idea of the separation of powers?
What Enlightenment thinker defended people’s right to free speech?
What Enlightenment thinker supported the idea of “majority rules”?
What Enlightenment author’s writings are the basis for parts of the Declaration of Independence?
From who did the framers of the Constitution get the idea to separate powers between 3 branches of government?
What Enlightenment thinker’s ideas became the 1 st Amendment?
What Enlightenment thinker’s idea of “majority rules” is the basis for U.S. democracy?
What Enlightenment thinker would have opposed the U.S. Constitution?
Age of Enlightenment How did Enlightenment thinkers influence society around them? What were the major ideas of the Enlightenment?
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The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
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