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Chapter 1 test

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The Scientific Revolution, a time peroid in which modern science was laid down in western europe
Nicholas Copernicus astronemr, known for his theory that the earth revolves around the sun
William Harvey physician who discoverd the circulation of blood and that it propels from he heart
Galileo intiated the scientific revolution, known for uses and observation with the telescope
Johannes Kepler known for forumlating and proving the three laws of planteray motion aka keplers law
Sir Francis Bacon statesman, wrote a book on a beleif that people are the servants and interpeters of nature
Rene Descartes stressed the importance of skeptism and how exsitence had a dual nature one physical the other mental
Sir Isaac Newton considered one of the most important scientists of all time, formulated the laws of gravity and motion
The Age of Enlightenment the age of reason, when the thinkers were born
John Locke beleived that the goverment should protect all laws and each indivual had their own rights and should make their own laws
Thomas Hobbes belived that indivuals should have one supreme ruler to dierct us into order
philopsophes intellects of the 18th century, the enlightment
progress keep improving
deism philosophy of other religon
tolerance accpetetion of other things
Jean Jacques Rousseau secretary and he wrote music
Mary Wollstonecraft an english author and feminist,she wrote the vindiction of mans rights
The Vindication of the Rights of Woman a passage explaining what would happen if a woman had the rights that men have and how woman cant be kept locked up
The Social Contract how people commited themselves to the community
The General Will everyones will as a whole community
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