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5 Matching questions

  1. gold, God, glory
  2. linked algebra and geometry; everything doubted until proved by reason (helped advance scientific method)
  3. gov. corrupted people's natural goodness; only good gov=formed by people and guided by will of society
  4. all humans naturally selfish and wicked; gov. job to keep order; people give up some rights to gain order; best gov.: absolute monarchy
  5. Czar of Russia; created a secret police force (search for wife's "murderer") to kill nobles; took land from boyars (nobles) and gave to people he favored
  1. a Who was "Ivan the Terrible"?
  2. b What are the three factors that encouraged exploration?
  3. c Who was Rene Descartes?
  4. d What were the main ideas of Rousseau?
  5. e What were the main ideas of Thomas Hobbes?

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. What was the Treaty of Nijmegen?
  2. What wars did Louis XIV involve in?
  3. What occurred during James I's reign of England?
  4. What occurred during William and Mary's reign of England?
  5. What was Japanese policy toward European contact?

5 True/False questions

  1. *Who did the Qing make a vassal state to China?

          

  2. Unified Japan; sole ruler (shogon); moved capital to Edo (later Tokyo); "tamed" the daimyo"; founded "Tokugawa Shogunate" = stability in JapanWhat are the achievements of Tokugawa Ieyasu?

          

  3. objets attract to each other on earth and in universeWhat were the main ideas of Voltaire?

          

  4. (not a monarch)
    abolished monarchy and House of Lords; constitution drafted then destroyed = military dictator; crushed Ireland rebellion; promoted Puritan morality and abolished "sinful activities"; welcomed all regions (Jews!) except Catholics
    What occurred during Oliver Cromwell's reign of England?

          

  5. Brahe's assistant; demonstrated Brahe's data through mathematics that planets revolve around sunWhat is a constitutional monarchy?