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Hobbes believed all people were? Evil
Hobbes believed in what type of Government? Monarchy
Locke believed all people were? Good
What government did Locke like most? Democracy
Age of Enlightenment is also know as the Age of? Reason
Who believed in Separation of Power? Montesquieu
Who believed people were born good but could become bad? Rousseau
Who believed in freedom of speech and religion? Voltaire
Who fought for Woman's Right Wollstonecraft
Who believed in self regulating market? Smith
One right Locke believed we were born with Life
Another right Locke believed we had Liberty
Last right Locke believed we were born with Property
The Enlightenment led to? American Revolution
Who led The Enlightenment? Scientists
Locke believed the government go its power from whom? The people
Who was an american philosophe Benjamin Franklin

Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment Crossword

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The only strong king that maintain Control. Hobbes
All humans have the right life,liberty and property. Locke
Their job is to protect the people Government
Divid powers to avoid corruption. Montesquieu
Provied order for every one. Rousseau
People should be allowed to practice their own religion Voltaire
She was a feminist before it was popular. Wollstonecraft
The earth is the center of the Universe GEOcentric
The sun is the center of the Universe Heliocentric
The highest authority Church

The Enlightenment Word Search

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Description

Age of Reason
Change
Churches
Creations of God
Enlightenment
Farmers
Francis Bacon
French Revolution
Isaac Newton
Johannes Vermeer
John Locke
Limited Monarchy
Lisbon Earthquake
Logic
Mary Wollstonecraft
Mozart
Natural Laws
Natural Rights
Principia
Rousseau
Scientific Revolution
Separation of Powers
Voltaire

The Enlightenment Crossword Puzzle

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Hobbes believed that all humans were.. evil
Hobbes preferred what type of government? Monarchy
Locke preferred what type of government? Democracy
Philosophers were predominantly.. academics
Who argued that all religious are equal Jean
Responsible for establishing three laws of motion Newton
Age of Enlightenment is also known as Age of.. Reason
The most influential publication of the Enlightenment? Encyclopedia
A system of faith the philosophers had. Deism
The recognition of every person as a valuable individual Individualism
The Sturm und Drang movement toom place in? Germany

Locke,Hobbes,Roussea,and Montesquieu Crossword

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Montesquieu believed in ____ of powers Seperation
Roussea influenced both American and ___ revolutionaries. French
Hobbes was the first modern ____ Philosopher
Hobbes thought individuals in the state of nature were "solitary,poor,nasty,brutish,and ___" Short
Who created the Spirit of the Law? Montesquieu
Who created the Social Contract Theory? Rousseau
Who created the Two Treaties of Government? john locke
Montesquieu had an enormous influence on the work of many other most notably: ___ the Great. Catherine
Who created the Leviathan? Thomas Hobbes
To properly understand political power and trace its origins, we must consider the state that all people are in ___. Naturally

Enlightenment and Revolutions Crossword

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City in Belgium where Napoleon was defeated Waterloo
Napoleon wanted to create this GrandEmpire
countries defeated by France; Napoleon wanted them to be part of his empire alliedstates
Napoleon overthrew this group to become Emperor directory
overthrowing the government coupdetat
Enlightenment thinker who believed in women's rights Wollstonecraft
believed God was like a clock maker; he started the universe in motion, then let it run on its own voltaire
Enlightenment thinker who believed in free trade and no government interference in the economy Smith
3 social class divisions of the French estates
king of France at the time of the French Revolution; was beheaded louisxvi
wife of Louis XVI; beheaded because it was believed she was aiding the enemy Antoinette
Prison and armory that was overrun; beginning of the French Revolution bastille
method of execution; used to behead people guillotine
place the National Assembly met when they were locked out of their room tenniscourt
_______ ruler; had total control of their country absolute
18th century philosophical movement; involved people impressed with the scientific revolution enlightenment
Enlightenment thinker who believed that men had rights that were given to them by God Locke

Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment Crossword

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Discovered that the sun was the center of the universe. Copernicus
A system of questioning and testing a thesis to achieve a desired outcome. Scientific Method
Philosopher stating that the only purpose for government was to protect and defend the right to life, liberty and property John Locke
Society is ruled based on a social contract by which citizens are guaranteed individual liberty and governments rule based on the general will of all. Rousseau
Provided a model explaining the forces that keep planets in orbit Isaac Newton
Author of the idea of checks and balances or separation of power...checking the authority of a monarch. Montesquieu
Defender of religious intolerance and torture. Voltaire
Found three primary rights: 1. personal security 2. personal liberty 3. right to private property william blackstone
author of the religious idea of predestination john calvin
Chemist discovering the mass or volume of gases Boyle
Scientist who discovered and explain the circulatory system william harvey
Author of a document arguing that all people are treated equally regardless of their birth, class, or status, which inspires oppressed people around the world thomas jefferson
Argues that all men are selfish and must submit to the authority of a government. Hobbes

Enlightenment Thinkers Crossword

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Enlightenment Thinker who lived from 1632 - 1704. John Locke
Country John Locke was located in. England
Famous writing by John Locke. Two Treatises of Government
Natural right by John Locke. Life
Natural right by John Locke. Liberty
Natural right by John Locke. Property
John Locke believe this is what government should be based on. Consent of the governed
Enlightenment thinker who lived from 1689 - 1755. Baron de Montesquieu
Country Baron de Montesquieu was located in. France
Famous writing by Baron de Montesquieu. The Spirit of Laws
Baron de Montesquieu believed this should be included in a government. Separation of Powers
Baron de Montesquieu was an inherited name what was his birth name. Charles de Secondat
Enlightenment Thinker who lived from 1712 - 1778. Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Country Jean-Jacques Rousseau was located in. Switzerland
Famous writing by Jean-Jacques Rousseau. The Social Contract
Enlightenment Thinker who lived from 1694 - 1778. Voltaire
Country Voltaire was located in. France
Famous writing by Voltaire. Candide
Voltaire believed this should be included in a government. Freedom of expression
What war did John Locke live through? English Civil War
What revolution did John Locke live through? Glorious Revolution
John Locke's religion. Christianity
A written work dealing with a specific subject. Treatise
Enlightenment Thinker who lived from 1713-1784. Denis Diderot
Country Voltaire was located in. France
Denis Diderot was the editor of this encyclopedia. Encyclopedie
How many volumes were in the Encyclopedie? Twenty eight
Branch of government that makes the laws. Legislative
Branch of government that enforces the laws. Executive
Branch of government that interprets the laws. Judiciary
What did John Locke believe had to be separated? Church and State
What did John Locke believe the mind was at birth? Blank slate

Enlightenment and Scientific Revolution Crossword

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What enlightenment thinker thought the government had to have a seperation of power? Montesquieu
What enlightenment thinker thought the power of the government came from the people? Locke
What enlightenment thinker thought the best system of government was a direct democracy? Rousseau
What enlightenment thinker thought that everyone has freedom of speech and religion? Voltaire
What enlightenment thinker thought that the accused still had rights and there should be no cruel and unfair punshiment? Beccaria
What astronomer made a model of the universe that placed the sun in the center? Copernicus
What astronomer recorded the movement of planets? Brahe
What astronomer discovered the 3 laws of planetary motion? Kepler
What astronomer confirmed Copernicus's theory and discover that Mercury and Venus pass through phases like the moon? Galileo
What scientific revolution figure investigated natural science and helped develp the scientific method? Bacon
What mathematician discovered geometry? Descartes

Absolutism and Enlightenment part 1 Crossword

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Kings or queens who held all of the power within their states’ boundary Absolute Monarchy
The political belief that one ruler should hold all the power within the boundaries of a country Absolutism
The political parties idea that god created the monarchy and that the monarch acted as God’s representative on earth, so the monarch was answerable only to god, not to his subjects Divine Right of Kings
A new intellectual movement that stressed reason and thought and the power of the individual to solve problems, also known as the age of reason The Enlightenment
People hand over their rights to a strong ruler in exchange they gained law and order. Hobbes believed that by this people from different a government The Social Contract
The Enlightenment idea that political power came from the people’s consent to be lead Consent of the Governed
Social critics of France Philosophes
Enlightenment thinkers believed that truth could be discovered through reason or logical thought Reason
What is natural is also good and reasonable Nature
The philosophes rejected the medieval idea that people should find joy in heaven and urged people to seek happiness on earth Happiness
Stressed the idea that society and humankind could improve Progress
Freedom of the individual and basic rights of man ( life, liberty, and property Liberty

Chapter 17 The Enlightenment and the American Revolution Crossword

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What were rules are discoverable by reason? Natural Law
A seventeenth century English thinker Thomas Hobbes
A seventeenth century English thinker John Locke
An agreement by which they gave up their freedom for an organized society Social Contract
Rights that belonged to all humans from birth Natural Rights
Thinkers whose ideas spread around Europe Philosophes
An early thinker who studied the governments of Europe Montesquieu
My Trade Voltaire
Worked to produce a 28 volume set of books called the Encyclopedia Diderot
Believed that people in their natural state were basically good Rousseau
A policy that allowed business to operate with with little or no government. Laissez Faire
A Scottish economist, created the Wealth of Nations Adam Smith
Restricting access to ideas and information Censorship
An informal or social gathering to exchange ideas Salons
A style of art that is decorated with flowers and a noble subject Rococo
A large painting with lots of colors Baroque
A absolute ruler who used their power to bring Enlightened despots
Had extremely tight control over his subjects while he was king of Prussia Frederick the Great
Empress of Russia Catherine the Great
Eager student of the Enlightenment that traveled around in disguise Joseph II
Began a 60 year old reign, born in England George III
Imposed taxes on items such as newspapers and pamphlets Stamp Act
Virginia Planter and soldier George Washington
Principal author of the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson
States all government power comes from the people Popular Sovereignty
Where the British army surrendered Yorktown Virginia
One of the nations founding father James Madison
A treaty that ended the war Treaty of Paris
Another founding father Benjamin Franklin
Power divided by the constitution Federal republic