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The Enlightenment and Revolutions

Teacher: Katie
Mathematics was seen as the key to ******, military science, and geography.
She published under her own name at a time when many female writers had to publish anonymously.
The philosophes condemned ****** as a foolish waste of life and resources.
Medieval scientists relied on ancient authorities such as ****** for their scientific knowledge.
An artistic style that replaced Baroque in the 1730s; it was highly secular, emphasizing grace, charm, and gentle action.
One of the greatest architects of the 18th-century was ****** Neumann.
His most famous contribution to the Enlightenment was the "Encyclopedia, or Classified Dictionary of the Sciences, Arts, and Trades."
Earth-centered; a system of planetary motion in which the sun, moon, and other planets revolved around the Earth.
A great advocate for women's rights; she was also the mother of Mary Shelley.
A true child prodigy; he had his first harpsichord concert at age six and wrote his first opera at twelve.
Adam ****** published his most famous work, "The Wealth of Nations," in 1776.
Sir Isaac ****** was an English mathematician who was a key figure in the Scientific Revolution.
Descartes is known as the father of modern ******.
Sun-centered; the system of the universe in which the Earth and planets revolve around the sun.
He lived in the 100s and was the greatest astronomer of antiquity.
The Englishman who is considered the greatest genius of the Scientific Revolution.
He said, "It is forbidden to kill; therefore all murders are punished unless they kill in large numbers and to the sound of trumpets."
Newton's law that states, in mathematical terms, that every object in the universe is attracted to every other object by a force called ******.
In the Ptolemaic system, the universe is seen as a series of concentric ******-- one inside the other
The French scientist Blaise ****** experimented with how liquids behaved under pressure.
The invention of new instruments such as the telescope and ******, made fresh scientific discoveries possible.
Locke argued that every person is born with a ****** rosa, or blank slate.
Laissez-****** is the concept that the state should not impose government regulations but should leave the economy alone.
Descartes famously said, "I ******, therefore I am."
The elegant drawing rooms of the wealthy upper class's great urban houses.
Enlightened ****** was a system in which rulers tried to govern by Enlightenment principles while maintaining their full royal powers.
Descartes believed that mind and ****** were completely separate.
Francis Bacon believed that people should learn about nature by using ****** reasoning-- proceeding from the particular to the general.
A person who seeks wisdom or enlightenment; a scholar or thinker.
Crucial to Newton's argument was the universal law of ******.
A major European intellectual movement that applied reason to all human experience.
Newton's concept dominated the modern worldview until Einstein's concept of ****** gave a new picture of the universe.
The Catholic Church ordered him to abandon the Copernican idea, which threatened the Church's entire conception of the universe.
The greatest figure of the Enlightenment was Francois-Marie Arouet, known simply as ******.
Beyond the tenth sphere in the Ptolemaic system is ******, where God resides.
By dissecting human bodies at the University of ******, Vesalius accurately described the individual organs and general structure of the human body.