← AP Euro -ism's Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a Jeremy Bentham's ideas; "the greatest good for the greatest number". Led to running water in England (and eventually the world)
- b The idea that there is an all-powerful entity who created the universe, but just stepped back to watch it work. the clockmaker.
- c The idea that all change is BAD, and it should be slowed or fought so it doesn't happen.
- d Idea that the government should manage the economy or aspects of the economy for the good of the people. Thought workers were unfairly treated. rejected laissez-faire and questioned the validity of the concept of private property.
- e Originating in the 19th Century, based on the idea that political change can make a society better than before. It supported democracy, laissez-faire and the removal of the Corn Laws. Led to utilitarianism and the reform movement.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Ideal of human possibilities that came from the revival of Greco- Roman literature or art, very influential on the Renaissance.
- idea that NO government is better than any idea of government yet conceived.
- artistic movement in the mid to late 1800s. Depicted the beauty of nature and opposed the scientific revolution. "Sturm und Drang"= Storm and Stress
- the doctrine that says a powerful country can control a weaker country militarily, economically, politically and spiritually. Ex: England in India or Belgium in Congo.
- belief that Jewish people are inferior and worthy of discrimination.
5 True/False Questions
Marxism → Devised by Marx and Engeks. The state owns the means of production and citizens contribute what they can to society, while society gives each citizen what they need.
existentialism → the doctrine that says a powerful country can control a weaker country militarily, economically, politically and spiritually. Ex: England in India or Belgium in Congo.
Zionism → Idea that the Jewish people should have their own national homeland in Israel.
enlightened despotism → Absolute rule justified by the monarch's paternalistic outlook for the best interests of the citizens of his or her country. ex: Catherine the Great, Frederick the Great, and Joseph II of Austria.
colonialism → idea like imperialism where the mother country controls colonies for their economic growth, political power, and military bases.