The Enlightenment (1650-1800) Study Resources Flashcards View all
  • ... mercantilism, the theory that a country should sell more goods to other ... 1535 Chief Minister Thomas Cromwell under Henry decided to end the ... in religious tolerance, abolished torcher, and ruled based on Montesquieu and Beccaria's ...
  • ... trading and mercantilism, what led to the prosperity in the 17th century of the ... a) b) The Enlightenment: The Enlightenment was an int. ... 18th century Frederick II Robespierre Erasmus John Locke and Thomas Hobbes DesCartes Shakespe. ...
  • ... enlightenment, ... ... Mercantilism, Is a collection of governmental policies for the regulation of economic activities, especially commercial ... Book of Common Prayer (1549), a book written by Thomas Cranmer that established Anglican Church ...
  • ... Mercantilism, the idea that powerful countries should expand to have other ... Thomas Wolsey, Cardinal, highest ranking church official and lord chancellor. ... 3 concepts of enlightenment, Reason Natural law Progress *Renaissance thought of ...
  • ... the laws and the people can prosecute the monarch (Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseau). ... Philosophy of the Enlightenment, This dealt with skepticism, the government, and ... with the HRE, "resembled a horse", divorce, Thomas Cromwell, wh...
  • ... Thomas Hobbes, (1588-1679) A political theorist who believed that without a ... and their works are paired INCORRECTLY?: 1 - Sir Thomas More - Utopia. ... REvolution, class conflict, unfair taxing, loss of money, enlightenment (new ideas). ...
  • ... coup d'etat, "stroke of state"; the sudden overthrow of a government by force. Danton, called for an end to the bloodshed president of the committee of public safety. hobbes, an enlightment thinker who believed in a monarchy and ...
  • ... Complete List of Terms and Definitions for French Revolution 4. Terms, Definitions. pourtant, however. john locke, ... diriger, to lead. Congress of Vienna, 1814-1815. ... What does the king order the National Assembly to do? disband- but they...
  • ... France at War in 1792, Citizens invaded Tuileries (The Royal Palace) after being threatened by Prussian forces. Slaughtered the guards in the palace and captured/imprisoned the royal family. Baron De Montesquieu, His idea of checks and balance...
  • ... locke, -property=lives,liberty,estate -society is ruled by legislature whose laws must preserve propety and be in the interest of public good -need a covenant between the legislature and the people that the legislature will protect their prope...
  • ... Calonne, Was about tomorrow; called the Assembly of Notables; first and second estates didn't support him; told the king in July 1788 that the nobles said no, so they needed to recall the estates,general. Thomas Hobbes, England- believed t...
  • ... Napoleon, French general who became emperor of the French (1769-1821). montesquieu, an enlightment thinker who believed in the separation of powers. Emigre, Army officers and nobility who weren't happy with the revolution that fled france....
  • ... The Enlightenment, refers to a period during the 17th and 18th centuries when people began questioning religious dogmas and ... Leading thinkers: Jean-Jaques Rousseau, John Locke, Charles Montesquieu, Voltaire, and Francis ...
  • ... Othello, (William) Shakespeare. Candide, Voltaire. ... Winesburg, Ohio, (Sherwood) Anderson. Dies Irae, Thomas of Celano. The Emperor of Ice-cream, (Wallace) Stevens. Barbara Fritchie, (John Greenleaf) Whittier. ...
  • ... Thomas Moore, Chancellor to Henry VIII, opposed Henry's church reforms-Henry had him executed. ... Hobbes' policy on gov't: The absolute gov't is the only thing preventing us from ... Philosophe, intellectuals of Enlightenment,...