STUDY GUIDE FOR EXAM II No Makeups!
*Remember to study your lecture notes, the corresponding chapters from the text (refer to third page of syllabus), the "Enlightened Absolutism" handout, the two handouts for the French Revolution and the typed lect
Notes Chapter 17: The Enlightenment
a. See Book
a. Became a middle man (a facilitator) between the thinkers and the leaders. She
Chapter 22 Notes
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Industrialization and the Marxist Response
a. Industrialization on the continent:
i. Rapid expansion fueled by railroads.
b. Karl Marx and Marxism.
i. Wrote the Communist Manifesto:
1. Brought up the idea of
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Intellectual and Cultural Developments
a. Developments in the sciences: the Emergence of a New Physics.
i. Challenging classical physics.
1. Marie Curie and Pierre Curie: radiation and atoms.
ii. Max Plan
Chapter 19 Notes
The Beginning of the Revolutionary Era
a. The American Revolution
i. On July 4, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was signed.
ii. Originally wanted fair treatment and the idea and desire of Independenc
Chapter 20: Notes
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The Industrial Revoloution
The New Social Classes: The Industrial Middle Class
a. The New Industrial Entrepreneurs
i. Qualities: resourcefulness, initiative, and ambition.
ii. Diversity of origins.
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The Role of Hitler
a. The doctrine of Lebensraum.
i. The proper conditions and strategies of expansion.
The Diplomatic Revolution
a. German Rearmament
i. Repudiation of disarmament clauses of Trea
Chapter 14: The Age of Exploration (1500- 1800)
a) Most Europeans were occupied with the problems of dynastic expansion and religious
reform but some were pushing for empires and colonization.
b) A Portuguese explorer by the name of Ferdin
Chapter 16: Scientific Revolution
a. See book
The Scientific Revolution
a. People began wondering how to innovate and how things worked.
b. People began observing nature and the way things
Chapter 21 Notes
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Ideologies of Change
a. Liberalism- began with the belief that people should be as free from restraint as
i. Economic Liberalism (Classical Economics)
1. The concept of laissez-faire.
Definition: Number of people living in a place are greatly decreased
Significance: Result of Atlantic Slave trade in West Africa which
hindered domestic manufacturing and substantially hurt the West
Major function: transportation (oxygen,
nutrients, cell wastes, hormones, etc)
Heart provides force used to move blood
About size of human fist
Hollow, cone-shaped heart
Chapter 5: Skeletal System
STRUCTURE OF A LONG
Contains 206 bones and gives our body
shape and form
Axial skeleton: bones that form the
longitudinal axis of the body (skull, spine,
Supports and pro
Neanderthal- first of 2 humans found, neander valley, Germany
Mesopotamia-land btw Tigris and Euphrates land btw the rivers
narmer-founded Mesopotamia/ first pharaoh/used spoken law/god on earth
CuneiformSargon of Akkadziggurats- tower of
Demesne- lords land that he uses for himself
Henry IV- owns more land in france than the king does, marries to eleanor of
Alexandria- city, most influential city, philosophy and inventions
Tyche- doom, fate
Diogenes- one of the founders of cynic
LECTURE NOTES 5/ENG 272
You should complete the following tasks in the order given:
1. Read/learn the first two sections of the lecture:
Romanticism and William Blakes Poetry.
2. Study the introductions to selected poems by William
3. Then read eac
LECTURE NOTES 4/ENG 272
This assignment introduces the next reading assignment in
your textbook. You should complete the following tasks in
the order given:
1. Read/learn the information included in this lecture.
2. Read PHAEDRA in your textbook.
3. See t
MODULE 2 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
Lectures 4 AND 5
1. He/she wrote Phaedra.
2. Phaedra is representative of what age in literature?
3. Phaedra was whose half-sister?
4. This old Greek tragedy was the inspiration for Phaedra.
5. One of the unusual feat
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World Literature 1I
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Modern Chemistry Chapter 12Solutions
Section 1- Types of Mixtures
homogeneous mixtures of
two or more substances in
a single phase.
Soluble describes a
substance as capable of
Solvent is the dissolving
medium in a solutio
LECTURE NOTES 9/ENG 272
To end our discussion of Romanticism, we will focus on two
major Romantic poems by John Keats. Read the following:
1. background comments about each of the following
2. the online summaries cited for each,
3. the actual poem
What are Nutrients?
Parts of food which
provide for growth,
and body functions
Examples of Nutrients
Primarily sugars and starches from plants
MODULE 5 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
Lectures 9 and 10
In which poem are lovers under a tree described?
In this selection a deserted town is described.
What is the Hippocrene?
Beauty is truth, truth beauty is the poets theme in which se
Background to Revolutions: Absolutism, Mercantilism,
a. The Centrality of Slavery
II. Absolutism vs. Limited Monarchy
III. The Ideology of the Enlightenment
What is the role of absolutism, mercan