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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?
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Enlightenment Philosophy.
WORLD HISTORY II Chapter 5: The Age of Absolutism Section 1: Philosophy in the Age of Reason.
In the 1500s and 1600s the Scientific Revolution introduced the world to reason and the scientific method as the basis of knowledge Rules discovered by.
Quote Analysis "So avoid using the word 'very' because it’s lazy. A man is not very tired, he is exhausted. Don't use very sad, use morose. Language was.
Section 1 Philosophy in the Age of Reason Explain how science led to the Enlightenment. Compare the ideas of Hobbes and Locke. Identify the beliefs and.
Note handout. Scientific Revolution used science to find laws that governed the physical world. natural laws: laws that governs human nature. Through.
Enlightenment Thinkers. Thomas Hobbes English Philosopher Humans are naturally wicked Absolute monarchy is best Gov created to protect people from their.
The Age of Enlightenment Also known as “The Age of Reason” Scientific Revolution paved the way as Natural Laws that applied to nature were now Natural.
Enlightenment Philosophers Objective: Describe the main ideas of the Enlightenment philosophers.
Luca Khouri. In the 1500s and 1600s, the Scientific Revolution introduced reason and science as the basis of knowledge which influenced the way people.
Philosophes. Thomas Hobbes Believed humans were selfish and greedy and needed government to impose order Believed humans were selfish and greedy and needed.
Chapter #2 The Enlightenment and The American Revolution.
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.
John Locke Enlightenment Thinker Do you Know?. John Locke Enlightenment Thinker Do you Know? 1. Other name for Enlightenment.
The Enlightenment Review Questions. What was the Enlightenment?
Enlightenment Thinkers 2.1 Notes. Rules discovered through reason; can they be applied to society? Natural Laws.
The Enlightenment During the 1600s and 1700s, belief in the power of reason grew. Writers of the time sought to reform government and bring about a more.
The Enlightenment. The Age of Enlightenment Enlightenment: Philosophers believed that they could apply the scientific method and use reason to explain.
The Enlightenment: A Revolution in Thought 1. Natural Laws 2. Hobbes 3. Rousseau 4. Locke 5. Montesquieu.
The Enlightenment The Age of Reason. The Age of Enlightenment An intellectual movement in from mid1600s s in Europe (mostly England & France) Enlightenment.
C ENLIGHTENMENT THINKERS Ideas of Enlightenment. Enlightenment Thinkers Enlightenment Thinker List his/her country and areas of interest underneath the.
The Enlightenment World Civilizations Madison Southern High School.
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.
The Enlightenment Thinkers. What would society be like without laws? Should the government protect us or should we protect ourselves against the government?
© 2010, TESCCC Natural Rights: The Enlightenment During the Scientific Revolution, people began to use the scientific method to determine the truth. Scientific.
What does it mean to be ‘Enlightened’? Is the U.S. an enlightened nation? How have we been influenced by ‘Enlightenment’ thinking, and are we still being.
When people used reason to make their lives better. Change government.
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.
World History Thomas Hobbes English philosopher ( ) Developed the social contract theory. In earliest history humans lived in complete.
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 © Students of History -
The Enlightenment 1700s The Age of Reason or The Age of Rationalism.
Enlightenment Philosophes. Thomas Hobbes Political philosopher “In the natural world only the strong survive, unless order is created by a great and.
10/22/14 Objective: Students will be able to compare and contrast the philosophes of the Enlightenment. Do Now: What is a philosopher? Agenda: Do Now PowerPoint.
What is it? Definition: 'The Enlightenment' has been given many differing definitions but it was, at its broadest, a philosophical movement of the eighteenth.
Enlightenment Unit Plan 9 th Grade Social Studies Fall 2013 Unit 5.
The Enlightenment Objective: Students will explore how the ideas of the Scientific Revolution led to the Enlightenment and new philosophies that examined.
Enlightenment Philosophers. What was the Enlightenment New ideas in government and politics People begin questioning the need for all powerful kings Can.
The Enlightenment. I. The Beginnings of the Enlightenment The Enlightenment - 18 th century intellectual movement emphasizing reason and scientific method.
Enlightenment & Revolution. Enlightenment “Age of Reason” “Age of Reason” Philosophical movement in the 18 th century. Philosophical movement in the 18.
Enlightenment Unit Plan 9 th Grade Social Studies Fall 2011 Unit 5.
The success of the Scientific Revolution convinced people of the ability and power of human reason. ◦ We can make laws for physics can’t we? Why not.
The Enlightenment The Age Of THINKING!. WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
Read “The Two Views on Society” and answer the question comparing Hobbes and Locke on how their view of human nature differs (p. 576).
The Enlightenment: The Age of Reason. Essential Understanding Enlightenment thinkers believed that human progress was possible through the application.
AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT 17 th – 19 th Century Also Known as Age of Reason.
EIGHT ENLIGHTENMENT THINKERSENLIGHTENMENT 1.Thomas Hobbes (1588 – 1679) 2.John Locke (1632 – 1704) 3.Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712 – 1778) 4.Baron de Montesquieu.
The Enlightenment “Dare to Know” What is the Enlightenment? Where is it from? Europe Europe Political thinkers Philosophes developed ideas.
1500s-1600s, Europe started to look at the world differently. 1700s, scientists expanded European knowledge. › Joseph Jenner and Antoine Lavoisier.
By what right do governments exist? Ideas and Thinkers of the Enlightenment.
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