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he discovered the scientofoc revolution Nicholas Copernicus
stated the three universal "laws of motion" Isaac Newton
his method was called the "Baconian Method" Francis Bacon
rights belonging to all people from birth Natural Law
a social or political thinker of the Englightment Philosophes
appeared containing three laws planetary motion Johannes Kepler
artists movement emphazing individuality and emotion Romanticism
a monarch who began social changes based on Englightenment ideals Englightend Despots
steps to find scientific truth through observations and experiments Scientific Method
solutions proposed to explain a set of facts, with can be tested Hypotheses

Scientific Revolution Crossword

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Who created the heliocentric theory? Nicholas Copernicus
Who calculated the orbits of planets? Johannes Kepler
Who developed laws of motion and mechanics? Isaac Newton
Who created the Scientific Method Francis Bacon
What was the old belief about the universe called Geocentric theory
What's the period when a new way of thinking came about? Scientific Revolution
What Italian Scientist made one of the first telescopes Galileo Galilei
What authorities did the Scientific Revolution question? The Catholic Church
What did Ptolemy claim was the center of the universe? The Earth
What was the closet object to Earth in all solar systems? Moon

The Enlightenment Word Search

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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

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

Scientific Revolution & Enlightenment Word Search

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Adam smith
Capitalism
Catholic Church
Copernicus
enlightened
Francis Bacon
Free enterprise
French Revolution
Galileo Galilei
Heliocentric
individualism
Isaac Newton
Johannes Kepler
Laissez Faire
leviathan
Locke
Luddites
Montesquieu
Rene Descartes
Scientific method
Scientific Revolution
Thomas Hobbes
Voltaire
Wealth of nations

Scientific Revolution Word Search

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Winkelmann
Pascal
Harvey
Newton
Galileo
Kepler
Copernicus
Cavendish
Descartes
inductive reasoning
scientific method
rationalism
heliocentric
sphere
geocentric
philosopher

Scientific Revolution Crossword

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Discoveries in this led to new conceptions of the universe Astronomy
The greatest astronomer of antiquity who lived in the A.D. 100s Ptolemy
This system places Earth at the center of the universe Geocentric
This system places the sun at the center of the universe and offered a more accurate explanation Heliocentric
The mathematician who came up with the heliocentric explanation of the universe Copernicus
A German mathematician who used detailed astronomical data to confirm that the sun was at the center of the universe and also showed that the planets' orbits around the sun were not circular, but rather elliptical Kepler
A mathematician who observed the heavens using a telescope. He discovered: mountains on Earth's moon, four moons revolving around Jupiter, and sunspots Galileo Galilei
Galileo found himself under suspicion by this group Catholic Church
This professor of mathematics defined the three laws of motion that govern the planetary bodies, as well as objects on Earth Isaac Newton
This law explains why the planetary bodies continue their elliptical orbits around the sun. Every object in the universe is attracted to every other object by gravity & explains all motion in the universe. Known as the Universal Law of ________ Gravitation
Greek physician in the A.D. 100s who relied on animal, rather than human dissections, which led to many inaccuracies. Galen
This man accurately described the individual organs and general structure of the human body. Vesalius
This man showed that the heart- and not the liver- was the beginning point for the circulation of blood. He also proved that the same blood flows through the veins and arteries and makes a complete circuit through the body. Harvey
An English aristocratic woman who was critical of the growing belief that humans, through science, were the masters of nature Cavendish
A German astronomer who discovered a comet but was denied the post of an assistant astronomer because she was a woman. Winkelmann

Scientific, Mathematic, and Methods of Thinking Crossword

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a person who seeks wisdom or enlightenment; scholar or thinker Philosopher
Earth-centered; a system of planetary motion in which the sun, moon and other planets revolve around the earth geocentric
any of the concentric, revolving, spherical transparent shells in which, according to ancient astronomy, the stars, suns, planets, and the moon are set sphere
sun-centered; the system of the universe in which the Earth and planets revolve around the sun heliocentric
one of Newton's three rules of motion; every object in the universe is attracted to every other object by a force called gravity law of gravitation
a system of thought expounded by Réne Descartes based on the belief that reason is the chief source of knowledge rationalism
a systematic procedure for collecting and analyzing evidence that was crucial to the evolution science in the modern world scientific method
the doctrine that scientists should proceed from the particular observations and carefully organized experiments to test hypothesis or theories, a process that will lead to correct general principles inductive reasoning
French for "Philosopher"; applied to all intellectuals during the Enlightenment philosophe
an Italian astronomer, physicist, engineer, philosopher, and mathematician who played a major role in the scientific revolution during the Renaissance. Galileo Galilei
an English physicist and mathematician who is widely recognised as one of the most influential scientists of all time and as a key figure in the scientific revolution. Isaac Newton
was seen as the key to navigation, military science, and geography mathematics
a Renaissance mathematician and astronomer who formulated a model of the universe that placed the Sun rather than the Earth at the center of the universe. Nicolaus Copernicus
a German mathematician, astronomer, and astrologer. He is best known for his laws of planetary motion. Johannes Kepler
a Greco-Egyptian writer, known as a mathematician, astronomer, geographer, astrologer, and poet of a single epigram in the Greek Anthology. Ptolemy

Absolutism & Scientific Revolution Crossword

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Belief that power comes from God Divine Right
Louis XIV was from this country France
This cardinal created an absolute monarchy in France Richelieu
_________ the Great was from Prussia Frederick
Peter the great wanted to _________ Russia westernize
Frederick the Great was passionate about this militarism
Peter the Great was from this country Russia
Louis XIV did away with this Edictofnantes
War against Austria, started by Frederick the Great 7years
The ________ of Versailles was built by Louis XIV to show power and wealth Palace
Theory that the sun is the center of the solar system heliocentric
Used reason to discover Laws of Gravity Newton
Bacon created the scientific _________ method
Galileo used this instrument to prove heliocentric theory telescope
Used reason to discover circulation of blood Harvey
Reasoned the heliocentric theory but kept it to himself Copernicus
Place that Kepler was from HolyRomanEmpire
Used reason and math to discover laws of planetary motion Kepler
People used to rely on __________ instead of using reason superstition
This church would declare someone a heretic for trying to use reason Catholic

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

A Scientific Revolution Word Search

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Francis Bacon
Rene Descartes
Maria Winkelmann
Margaret Cavendish
Isaac Newton
Galileo Galilei
Johannes Kepler
Nicolaus Copernicus
Sphere
Philosopher
Rationalism
Heliocentric
Inductive Reasoning
Scientific Method
Geocentric