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Rationalism and Flocab 2. By: Hugo Garcia, Brian montano, Jonathan Mejia. Rationalism (1750-1800). Rationalism is the belief that humans can arrive to the by using reason, rather than by relying on the authority of the past, on religious faith, or intuition.

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rationalism and flocab 2

Rationalism and Flocab 2

By: Hugo Garcia, Brian montano, Jonathan Mejia

rationalism 1750 1800
Rationalism (1750-1800)
  • Rationalism is the belief that humans can arrive to the by using reason, rather than by relying on the authority of the past, on religious faith, or intuition.
  • Reason was the main source to find the truth.
act against puritanism
Act against puritanism
  • By the end of the 17th century, reasoning started to challenge the mighty faith of puritans.
puritan vs rationalism
Puritan vs. rationalism
  • Descartes quote “ I think ,therefore I am,” replaced anselms“ I believe so that I might understand.”
  • People started wanting facts and logic, instead of faith and religious ideas.
thomas jefferson s bible
Thomas Jefferson's bible
  • Jefferson change parts of the bible and created his own version, mainly the parts that tell about the life of Jesus
  • He removed the parts that had or referenced any supernatural aspects such as miracles, angels, the divinity and the resurrection of Jesus
reason
Reason
  • Rationalist used reasoning and logic to discover both scientific and spiritual truth
puritans
Puritans
  • Unlike puritans thought that people could become perfect by doing good works and through self effort.
reason thrived on
Reason thrived on…
  • Freedom of speech
  • Freedom from arbitrary rules
  • Freedom to experiment
  • Freedom to question existing laws and institutions
patrick henry
Patrick henry
  • In his speech he said “ give me liberty or give me death”
  • his speech is rationalism because he's using reasoning to question the kings authority.
declaration of independence
Declaration of independence
  • In the declaration of independence it gives reason why they should be independent.
  • they use facts such as the denial that the king gave them many times before
  • They question the kings ability to provide and take care of them
seminal
seminal
  • strongly influencing later developments
meritorious
meritorious
  • deserving of merit or commendation; deserving
redact
redact
  • °To reduce to form, as literary matter; to digest and put in shape (matter for publication); to edit.
  • °To censor, used by a government when parts of a document are kept secret and the remainder released.
placate
placate
  • °To calm; to bring peace to; to influence someone who was furious to the point that he or she becomes content or at least no longer irate.
  • synonyms: appease, mollify, satisfy
tedious
tedious
  • °Boring, monotonous, time consuming, wearisome
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tome
  • °One in a series of volumes.
  • °A large or scholarly book.
peruse
peruse
  • An examination or perusal; an instance of perusing.
  • verb
  • °To examine or consider with care.
  • °To read completely.
entomology
entomology
  • °The scientific study of insects
ostracize
ostracize
  • °To exclude someone from society or from a community, by not communicating with or even noticing them, similar to shunning.
pariah
pariah
  • °An outcast.
  • °A demographic group, species, or community that is generally despised.
review
Review
  • What is seminal?
  • What is ostracize?
  • What is redact?
  • What is tome?