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Enlightenment DW

the enlightenment

believed the universe was heliocentric Nicholas Copernicus
long considered the greatest genius of the Scientific Revolution Isaac Newton
created the scientific method Francis Bacon
argued that every person was born with a tabala rasa, or blank mind John Locke
well known for his criticism of Christianity and his strong belief in religious toleration Voltaire
believed members of a society should be forced to follow a social contract Jean-Jaques Rousseau
composer of the messiah George Frederick Handel
made Great Britain the world's greatest colonial power Treaty of Paris in 1763
first country to grant diplomatic recognition to the new American state. France
created a federal system in which power would be shared between the national government and the state governments Constitution of the United States of America
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