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Age of Enlightenment
time when men attempted to apply unaided human philosophy to all areas of man's life in order to establish a new social order
the belief that man's emotions and imagination are the basis of truth, and that "Man is naturally good, but society is bad."
Tennis Court Oath
oath in which the National Assembly vowed to continue meeting until a national constitution had been written
prominent and influential member of the Jacobin Club and leader of the Committee of Public Safety
powerful French leader born in Corsica who conquered much of Europe for the French
Battle of Trafalgar
naval battle in which the British navy destroyed a combined French and Spanish fleet
Battle of Leipzig
"Battle of Nations" in which the combined forces of Europe defeated Napoleon's new army
group of Separatists who fled to Holland and eventually America due to persecution under James I in England
the idea that one fact or idea works against a contradictory fact or idea to create a "new fact"
Czar Alexander I, Lord Castlereagh, Comte de Talleyrand, and Prince von Metternich
the key diplomats at the Congress of Vienna
Austria, Prussia, Great Britain, Great Britain, and France
the countries in the "Quintuple Alliance"
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