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Chap. 22 Sec. 1,

Chap. 22 Sec. 1,2,3

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What was the Geocentric Theory? (Sec. 1 ) It was the theory that earth was an immovable object located at the center of the universe.
What was the Heliocentric Theory? (Sec.1 ) The theory where Nicolaus Copernicus believed Earth and other planets revolved around the sun.
Why did Copernicus believe the Church and most scholars wouldn't like his theory? (Sec. 1 ) His theory contradicted religious views - it went against the teachings of the Church/God.
What was the Scientific Revolution? (Sec. 1) The study of the natural world beginning to be characterized by careful observation and the questioning of accepted beliefs.
What was the scientific method? (Sec. 1 ) Logical procedure for gathering information about the natural world, in which experimentation and observation are used to test hypotheses.
what was the enlightenment? (sec 2) a new intellectual movement of the 1700s that stressed reason and thought
What type of government did Hobbes favor? Absolute monarchy
What did all Locke believe were mans natural rights? life liberty property
Democracy
What are salons ? social gatherings of artists and intellectuals
What new music style came up during the enlightenment? classical music
what country did Catherine the great rule? Russia
What country did Joseph the second rule ? Austria
What country did Fredrick the great rule? Prussia
Created by: caelanbrown