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History 7.04 The Enlightenment

Use information learned in Part 2, Chapter 10, pgs 323-337  of your History textbook or the Hist C Modified Reading to help you find the answers.
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The "Sun King" who built Versailles and believed in his divine right to rule.
Branch of government responsible for making the laws.
One of three natural rights outlined in Locke's Two Treatises of Government: life, ___, and property.
Name of the blood-less revolt where England put William and Mary in charge.
French writer who organized the Encyclopedie'.
The power of the mind to think, understand, and form judgments by a process of logic.
Branch of government responsible for enforcing the laws.
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Branch of government responsible for interpreting the laws.
French philosophe who wanted to separate government into three branches.
Last name of the American inventor and thinker who helped found the U.S.
A period where thinkers believed in applying the power of human reason.
English law accepted by William and Mary which limited the power of the king and increased the power of Parliament.
Laws that apply to the social world of human activity and government.
French philosophe who believed kings and religious leaders were obstacles who stood in the way of enlightenment.
French philosophe who wrote that people should be free to make up their own minds about religion, politics and philosophy.
French thinkers; comes from a Greek word that means "friends of wisdom."
Last name of the philosopher who believed in "natural law" and "natural rights."