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What is at the center of a geocentric view of the universe?
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What is at the center of a geocentric view of the universe?
Earth
Which scientist was the first to adopt a heliocentric view of the universe?
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Which scientist was the first to adopt a heliocentric view of the universe?
Nicolaus Copernicus
Which scientist is well known for his theories on gravity?
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Which scientist is well known for his theories on gravity?
Isaac Newton
Which scientist’s heliocentric views of the universe caused conflict with the Catholic Church?
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Which scientist’s heliocentric views of the universe caused conflict with the Catholic Church?
Galileo Galilei
What did Francis Bacon develop that assisted scientists during the Scientific Revolution?
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What did Francis Bacon develop that assisted scientists during the Scientific Revolution?
Scientific Method
Voltaire’s Treatise on Toleration outlined which important principle?
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Voltaire’s Treatise on Toleration outlined which important principle?
Freedom of Religion
Which Enlightenment thinker believed that knowledge could be gained through experience?
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Which Enlightenment thinker believed that knowledge could be gained through experience?
John Locke
What was the French name given to the philosophers of the Enlightenment who used reason and appeal to facts in order to study society?
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What was the French name given to the philosophers of the Enlightenment who used reason and appeal to facts in order to study society?
Philosophes
Which Enlightenment thinker’s The Social Contract argued that people adopted laws and government in order to preserve their private property?
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Which Enlightenment thinker’s The Social Contract argued that people adopted laws and government in order to preserve their private property?
Rousseau
Which Enlightenment thinker tried to find the natural laws that govern the social and political relationships of human beings?
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Which Enlightenment thinker tried to find the natural laws that govern the social and political relationships of human beings?
Montesquieu
What was Denis Diderot’s major contribution to the Enlightenment?
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What was Denis Diderot’s major contribution to the Enlightenment?
Encyclopedia
Which economist wrote the book The Wealth of Nations and argued for laissez-faire governmental economic policies?
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Which economist wrote the book The Wealth of Nations and argued for laissez-faire governmental economic policies?
Adam Smith
Which Anglican minister began the Methodist Church?
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Which Anglican minister began the Methodist Church?
John Wesley
Which women’s rights advocate wrote A Vindication of the Rights of Women?
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Which women’s rights advocate wrote A Vindication of the Rights of Women?
Mary Wollstonecraft
Which prison reformer argued against corporeal and capital punishment?
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Which prison reformer argued against corporeal and capital punishment?
Cesare Beccaria
The North American branch of the Seven Years War was called what?
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The North American branch of the Seven Years War was called what?
French & Indian War
From what country was the famous female ruler Catherine II (or Catherine the Great)?
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From what country was the famous female ruler Catherine II (or Catherine the Great)?
Russia
From what country was the famous female ruler Maria Theresa?
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From what country was the famous female ruler Maria Theresa?
Austria
Which war began after Frederick II of Prussia took control of Austrian Silesia?
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Which war began after Frederick II of Prussia took control of Austrian Silesia?
War of Austrian Succession
Which system of government featured rulers trying to rule by Enlightenment principles while maintaining their royal powers?
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Which system of government featured rulers trying to rule by Enlightenment principles while maintaining their royal powers?
Enlightened Absolutism
This was a period of history that led to many advances in science?
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This was a period of history that led to many advances in science?
Scientific Revolution
What was the period in history that led to many philosophies on the best form of government to be developed?
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What was the period in history that led to many philosophies on the best form of government to be developed?
Enlightenment
What is the most important difference between the Ptolemaic and the Copernican version of the universe?
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What is the most important difference between the Ptolemaic and the Copernican version of the universe?
Body at the center of the universe
Francis Bacon, Galileo Galilei, and Isaac Newton promoted the idea that knowledge should be based on what?
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Francis Bacon, Galileo Galilei, and Isaac Newton promoted the idea that knowledge should be based on what?
Experimentation & Observation
The French philosopher René Descartes promoted what system of thought based on the belief that reason is the chief source of knowledge?
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The French philosopher René Descartes promoted what system of thought based on the belief that reason is the chief source of knowledge?
Rationalism

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