laws that govern human nature
an agreement by which they gave up the state of nature for an organized society
right that belonged to all humans at birth. Right to life, liberty, and property
other thinkers that focused on comic reforms
allowing business to operate with little or no government interference
restricting access to ideas and information
informal social gatherings at which writers, artists, philosophes, and others exchanged ideas
absolute rulers who used their power to bring about political and social change
painting style which was huge, colorful, and full of excitement. Glorified historical battles or the lives of saints
style which was prsonal, elegant, and charming. Shows reality
a government whose power is defined and limited by law
group of leaders of the majority party in the House of Commons (also called Parliamentary system)
head of the cabinet, leader of the majority party in Parliament, and in time the cheif official of the British government
a government in which the ruling power belongs to a few people
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