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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

slide2
The clergy (or church) expressed the most opposition to the scientific method.

Galileo before the papal court

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

The Enlightenment

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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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