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Vargo 18 WHQ

World History Vargo Ch 18

author of Wealth of Nations Adam Smith
wrote the General Will & Discourse on the Arts and Science Rousseau
British female critic who wrote Vindication of the Rights of Women Wollstonecraft
published 28 volume set of encyclopedias Diderot
German-born composer, Messiah is most celebrated work still used during Christmas today. Handel
English thinker in the 1600s who said all men entitled to life, liberty and property and people are basically reasonable and moral Locke
English thinker in the 1600s who said people were naturally cruel, greedy and selfish Hobbes
musical composer who helped define the new style of classical music Mozart
German musician who had over 1000 compositions Bach
term for intellectuals of the enlightenment, means lovers of wisdom Philosophes
pen name of Francois Marie Arouet, most famous philosophe who offended Catholics and Government and was exiled Voltaire
Frenck thinker who secretly published Persian Letters, a book that ushered in the Enlightenment period, In 1748 he published The Spirit of the Laws Montesquieu
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