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DIRECTIONS Title page 52 “Voltaire: Religious Freedom and Free Speech.” Write what is in blue. Write small and write neatly.
VOLTAIRE Religious Tolerance and Free Speech
Voltaire Facts Born in France in 1694 Real name is Francois- Marie Arouet Attended a Catholic college and became a writer
witty participant in Paris salons Passionate about reforming society Spent time in prison twice.
RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE Freedom of worship Religious conflict was a main source of evil in the world. No single religion possessed all truth. Core of truth in all religions.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH Believed strongly in freedom of speech Criticized intolerance and oppression. Outspokenness led to conflicts with authorities.
WHY VOLTAIRE IS IMPORTANT His ideas greatly influenced colonial American political thinkers. Freedom of religion and freedom of speech are in the U.S. Bill of Rights.
“I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.”
“Of all religions, the Christian should of course inspire the most tolerance, but until now Christians have been the most intolerant of all men.”
“It is dangerous to be right in matters on which the established authorities are wrong.”
“No problem can withstand the assault of sustained thinking.”
The Enlightenment The Age Of THINKING!. WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
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The Enlightenment in Europe The influence of the Scientific Revolution soon spread beyond the world of science. The Enlightenment, or the Age of Reason,
The Enlightenment in Europe Chapter 6.2. A revolution in intellectual activity changes Europeans’ view of government and society New Ways of thinking.
The Enlightenment Thinkers. The Enlightenment Scholars began to challenge long held beliefs about science, religion, and government Thinkers were inspired.
SSWH13 B The Age of Enlightenment. SSWH13: The student will examine the intellectual, political, social, and economic factors that changed the world view.
The Enlightenment The Age of Reason The Age of Enlightenment - A period of intellectual growth and exchange in Europe during the 18 th century - A period.
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The Ideas of the Enlightenment C17.1 Pp Discoveries made during the Scientific Revolution, & on the voyages of discovery Reason, logical thought.
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INB Page What impact did the English common law have the United States? Why was Oliver Cromwell’s rule like that of an absolute monarch? What were the.
RENE DESCARTE FRANCE Significant contributions to Rationalism… developed a train of reasoning to reach certain basic truths…. Wrote: “Discourse.
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Scientific Revolution and The Age of Enlightenment.
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,
9/4 Focus: 9/4 Focus: – The Scientific Revolution inspired intellectuals to apply reason to the study not only of science but also of human society Do.
Thomas Hobbes › English Civil War= All people naturally selfish and wicked= need government to keep order’ › Leviathan- Sea Monster need strong ruler.
5/8 Focus: 5/8 Focus: – European thinkers developed new ideas about government and society during the enlightenment Do Now: Do Now: – What was the symbol.
Philosophers of the Enlightenment CLASSROOM SET DO NOT TAKE!!!!!!
Effects of the Scientific Revolution During the Scientific Revolution, people began to believe that the scientific method allowed them to find answers.
THE ENLIGHTENMENT SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION TRANSITION FROM THE SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION TO NEW IDEAS IN PHILOSOPHY, ART, ECONOMICS,& GOVERNMENT.
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Enlightenment/Monarchs Aim/Goals: How did the Enlightenment ideas affect the rule of monarchs? Do Now : Provided are the causes that made the Enlightenment.
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 “Dare to Know” What is the Enlightenment? Where is it from? Europe Europe Political thinkers Philosophes developed ideas.
Philosophers and Documents Influences on American Government.
Scientific Revolution and The Enlightenment Scientific Revolution- AKA- “The Age of Reason” Sci. Rev. = new way of examining the world logically Began.
Ideas of the Enlightenment I can analyze major ideas from different Enlightenment philosophers to better understand the changes cause by the Enlightenment.
Enlightenment Element: Identify the major ideas of the Enlightenment from the writings of Locke, Voltaire, and Rousseau and their relationship to politics.
Age of Reason ENLIGHTENMENT. In the 1600’s a new generation of philosophers began to view reason as the solution to all human problems. People gathered.
134 The Enlightenment & Age of Revolution ISN pg 134 Unit 10 coverpage: The Enlightenment & Age of Revolution 136The Enlightenment ISN pg 136: The Enlightenment.
The Enlightenment Thinkers. What would society be like without laws? Should the government protect us or should we protect ourselves against the government?
The Enlightenment in Europe. Setting the Stage… In the wake of the Scientific Revolution, and new ways of thinking it prompted, scholars and philosophers.
(without it, we would still be in the dark). The Enlightenment was an intellectual movement in Europe during the 18 th century that led to a whole new.
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Chapter 6-2 The Enlightenment in Europe I) Two Views on Government II) Philosophes Advocate Reason III) Women and the Enlightenment IV) Impact of the Enlightenment.
Enlightenment Philosophes. Thomas Hobbes Political philosopher “In the natural world only the strong survive, unless order is created by a great and.
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