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Enlightenment and Scientific Revolution

Newton Theory of Gravity
Copernicus Heliocentrism
Heliocentrism Sun-centered universe
Geocentrism Earth-centered universe
Reason The guide for life--the absence of prejudice in one's thinking
Enlightenment Period in which thinkers questioned absolutism and the role of government
Progress Belief than societal ills can be cured through human effort
Happiness Enlightenment ideal that satisfaction can be found on earth instead of waiting for it in heaven
Liberty The natural state of mankind
Nature Natural laws of government exist just as do natural laws of science
Locke Life, liberty, property
Montesquieu Separation of government powers
Rousseau Social Contract
Created by: mturturice