5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Pugachev's Rebellion
- slave trade
- a fabrics that are woven or knitted; material for clothing
- b a reference work (often in several volumes) containing articles on various topics (often arranged in alphabetical order) dealing with the entire range of human knowledge or with some particular specialty
- c This scientist spread the word about the experimental method and formalized the empirical method and combined his thinking with Descartes to form the scientific method
- d Emelyan Pugachev promised the serfs land of their own and freedom from their lords, initiating a peasant revolt, the largest of the 18th century.
- e European trade agreement with Africa dealing with slaves brought from Africa. Integral part of Triangle Trade between the Americas, Africa, and Europe.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Scottish economist who wrote the Wealth of Nations and designed modern Capitalism
- small-scale industry that can be carried on at home by family members using their own equipment
- fought in Europe, the far east, and north america, 1740-1748, prussia and france vs. austria and great britian
- a lack of belief in the existence of God or gods
- policy based on the idea that government should play as small a role as possible in the economy
5 True/False Questions
empiricism → medical practice and advice based on observation and experience in ignorance of scientific findings
The Dutch → fabrics that are woven or knitted; material for clothing
Treaty of Paris → Signed by the United States and Spain in December 1898, this treaty ended the Spanish-American War. Under its terms, Spain recognized Cuba's independence and assumed the Cuban debt; it also ceded Puerto Rico and Guam to the United States. At the insistence of the U.S. representatives, Spain also ceded the Phillipines. The Senate ratified the treaty on February 6, 1899.
salons → This scientist spread the word about the experimental method and formalized the empirical method and combined his thinking with Descartes to form the scientific method
Hobbes → English philosopher and political theorist best known for his book Leviathan (1651), in which he argues that the only way to secure civil society is through universal submission to the absolute authority of a sovereign.