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Enlightenment Philosophers

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  • Q1
    This was a movement that proposed the use of reason (scientific thinking) to make the world a better place.
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    Intellectual Age
    Enlightenment
    Reformation
    Renaissance
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  • Q2
    To prevent the government from becoming tyrannical the powers should be divided.
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    Locke's Social Contract
    Locke's Natural Law
    Montesquieu's Separation of Powers
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  • Q3
    All people are guaranteed the natural right to: Life, Liberty, and Property.
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    Locke's Natural Law
    Montesquieu's Separation of Powers
    Locke's Social Contract
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  • Q4
    Individuals promise to obey the government as long as the government promises to protect the individuals' rights.
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    Montesquieu's Separation of Powers
    Locke's Natural Law
    Locke's Social Contract Theory
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  • Q5
    If the government does not protect the individual's' rights then the people should overthrow the government.
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    Locke's Social Contract Theory
    Locke's Natural Law
    Montesquieu's Separation of Powers
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  • Q6
    Individuals who played an important part in creating the government of the U.S.
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    Montesquieu's Separation of Powers
    Founding Fathers
    Locke's Social Contract
    Locke's Natural Law
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  • Q7
    Which philosopher influenced the writing of the Declaration of Independence?
    Washington
    Locke
    Montesquieu
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  • Q8
    What philosophy did Montesquieu support?
    Separation of Powers
    Natural Law
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