Ch. 22 Enlightenment and Revolution

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Sec. 1: The Scientific Revolution Sec. 2 The Enlightenment in Europe Sec. 3 The Enlightenment Spreads Sec. 4 The American Revolution
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Scientific Revolution

A new way of thinking about the natural world based on careful observation and a willingness to question old ideas that developed in the mid-1500s.

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heliocentric theory

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Theory that the sun is at the center of the universe developed by Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus in the early 1500s. He feared opposition by the Catholic Church and did not publish his theory until just before his death.
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geocentric theory

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Long-held theory that the Earth was the center of the universe. (This was disproved by German mathematician Johannes Kepler in the 1600s).

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Galileo Galilei

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Scientist who was forced by the Catholic Church to take back scientific ideas that disagreed with the church's views.

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scientific method

Lgocial procedure for gathering and testing ideas; starting with a hypothesis and then testing whether it is supported by facts by experiments. English writer Francis Bacon said scientists should base thinking on what they can observe and test. French mathematician Rene Descartes promoted thinking based on logic and mathematics.

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Isaac Newton

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An English scientist who in the 1600s discovered laws of motion and gravity, including that gravity causes the movement of planets, all matter on earth and in space.

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Enlightenment

An intellectual movement in which thinkers tried to apply reason and the scientific method to laws that shaped human actions.

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social contract

English writer Thomas Hobbes believed that people would war against each other without government. He believed people had a "social contract" in which they gave up their rights to the government in exchange for a safe and orderly society. A strong king who could force everyone to obey would be the best government, Hobbes said.

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John Locke

An English writer who believed that people have three rights: life, liberty and property. If the government fails to protect these rights, the people have the right to overthrow the government, he said.

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philosophes

French thinkers who had five main beliefs: 1: thinkers can find the truth by using reason; 2: what is natural is good and reasonable and human actions are shaped by natural laws; 3:acting according to nature can bring happiness; 4: by taking a scientific view, people can make progress and achieve a better life; and 5: by using reason, people can gain freedom.

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Voltaire

The most brilliant of the philosophes. He fought for tolerance, reason, freedom of religious belief and freedom of speech.

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Baron de Montesquieu

A great philosophe would promoted separation of powers -- dividing power among the separate branches of government.

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Jean Jacques Rousseau

A great philosophe would favored human freedom and believed all people were equal.

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Cesare Beccaria

An Italian philosophe who spoke out against abuses, including the abolishment of torture.

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Mary Wollstonecraft

British writer who promoted the rights for women at a time when most Enlightenment thinkers did not include women in their equal rights.

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salon

Social gathering places for thinkers and artists in in Paris in the 1700s. Ideas about the Enlightenment were spread at the salons.

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baroque

A very grand and ornate style of painting and architecture.

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neoclassical

A new style of simple but elegant painting and architure in the late 1700s that borrowed ideas from classical Greek and Roman design. (neo = new)This was also the time of classical music from Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven.

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enlightened despots

Rulers who supported enlightenment ideas but did not give up power. Many Enlightenment thinkers supported monarchies as the best government if rulers were willing to respect people's rights.

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Catherine the Great

Russian rules who supported the Enlightenmen.t She wanted to end serfdom and modernize Russia. But after a bloody peasant revolt, she gave more power to the nobles.

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Declaration of Independence

A 1776 document declaring American independence from Britain. It drew heavily on ideas from the Enlightenment and resulted from a meeting or congress of representatives from the 13 colonies.

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Thomas Jefferson

author of the Declaration of Independence

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checks and balances

The American Constitution, written in 1787, drew on Montesquieu's ideas of separation of powers to develop separate executive (president), judical (courts) and legislative(Congress) branches to prevent any branch from abusing its powers.

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federal system

A system of government in which powers are divided between the national and state governments.

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Bill of Rights

The first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constituion, which protect basic rights for people.


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