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Agenda. BW – Complete MC questions, get out hwk CW Notes/Discussion CW 2 Reading and questions WARNING – Possibility of a pop quiz Friday Quote of the Day. “People shouldn’t be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people.” - V.

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Agenda

Agenda

  • BW – Complete MC questions, get out hwk

  • CW Notes/Discussion

  • CW 2 Reading and questions

  • WARNING – Possibility of a pop quiz Friday

  • Quote of the Day.

    “People shouldn’t be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people.” - V


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  • The clergy (or church) expressed the most opposition to the scientific method.

Galileo before the papal court


Why would the church be opposed to scientific method

Why would the Church be opposed to Scientific method?


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  • As a result of the Scientific Revolution, reason and experimentation was applied to political thinking.

The Enlightenment


What was the enlightenment notes 5b

What was the Enlightenment? Notes #5B


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  • It was a time in the 1700’s, in which philosophers examined natural laws governing the universe (like scientists of the Scientific Revolution did).

Drafting the

Declaration of

Independence

Galileo


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  • Philosophers were interested in changing people’s relationship with their government.


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  • They believed that government decisions should be based on laws of nature and reason.

U.S. Constitution


Philosophers

Philosophers:

  • John Locke believed that governments should protect people’s natural rights.

Declaration

of

Independence


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  • Rousseau believed that the power of the government should be derived from those who are governed.

Jean-Jacques Rousseau


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  • Voltaire believed in free speech.

  • Montesquieu believed in a separation of governmental powers.

Voltaire

Baron de Montesquieu


Effects

Effects:

  • The philosophers encouraged the American and French Revolutions due to their support for natural rights.

American

Revolution

French

Revolution


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