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5 Matching questions

  1. Boyle
  2. John Locke
  3. Laissez Faire
  4. Diderot
  5. Thomas Hobbes
  1. a believed in limited government. believed that people were naturally good and he believed that people and government had duties and obligations to each other
  2. b less government involvement in economics, business and trade
  3. c believed in a strong government that was involved in everything. he believed that people are naturally evil and that with out a government life would be a state of nature, total chaos
  4. d wrote the 28-book set of the encyclopedia. he included enlightened ideas and ideas of important philosophers
  5. e a chemist who refined the alchemists views on building blocks and made new discoveries about matter

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. an outspoken philosopher who got in trouble for a lot of things he said because he wasn't afraid to say anything
  2. a law that is universal and determined by nature
  3. a step by step method that guided scientists while performing experiments
  4. an educated guess that provided a direction for scientists experiments
  5. an astronomer who found evidence that the sun was at the center of the universe, not earth. He wrote books about this but was tried before the Inquisition because he was a practicing Catholic and his ideas went against the church

5 True/False questions

  1. Bacona scientist who challenged the church and wanted to discover the truth. He learned by experiments and observations

          

  2. Adam Smithargued for a free market

          

  3. Montesquieuan outspoken philosopher who got in trouble for a lot of things he said because he wasn't afraid to say anything

          

  4. Copernicusan educated guess that provided a direction for scientists experiments

          

  5. Main Idea Behind the EnlightenmentThrough the use of reason, the government can solve every social, political and economic problem