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The Enlightment

Enlightment A time of optimism and possibility from the late 1600s to the late 1700s
Salons Gatherings in which intellectual and poltical ideas were exchanged during the Enlightment.
Social Contract An agreement between a people and their government.
John Locke An english philosopher
Jean-Jacques Rousseau An French philosopher
Baron de Montesquei An French Thinker
Philosophes Philosophers of the Enlightment.
Voltaire French Philosopher and author.
Enlightened deports the absolute monarchs in 18th century Europe who ruled according to the principles of the Enlightment.
Created by: wanyawashington