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Crash Course: The Enlightenment Directions:Answer the following questions while watching the YouTube Video “The Enlightenment: Crash Course European History #18” 1. The Enlightenment had people thinking differently about astronomy, the physical sciences, social classes, trade and manufacturing and what the relationship of ordinary people should be to their _______goverment________. 2. Commodities such as coffee, tea, _______chocolarte________ and tobacco became everyday staples. 3. Europeans who traveled to Asia, discovered that Asians didn’t ________fight_______ as much as Europeans. 4. Montesquieu’s profession was a jurist which means he was well versed in the area of ______jerks/law_________. 5. Voltaire was an author who wrote “Candide” in 1759. In this story he explains that life
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Unformatted text preview:being honest, inquisitive and _______open_________. 6. Rousseau promoted middle-class _______values________. 7. The Enlightenment Salons were hosted by wealthy women in their homes. Theydiscussed the latest idea, learned about the latest book or met the latest ________philosophere_______________ - influencer.8. _______cotten______ became a popular material for textiles. 9. Enlightenment views fed into rising movements to abolish ____slaver______. 10. Adam Smith (who wrote the "Wealth of Nations" in 1776) promoted laissez-faire economics. This means that trading in a market is ______free______ of restraints imposed by the government. 11. Rousseau wrote the "Social Contract" in which he said individuals need to give the state (government) unconditional _______obediance________. 12. Enlightenment thought was _________transformitive________.