Questions on the enlightenment
1. During the age of 1783.
2. The related it to “freedom of speech, liberty of the press and freedom of religious beliefs.” 3. “The Enlightenment is a man’s emergence from his self-imposed immaturity”. 4. The king of France, Louis XIV.
5. Absolutism can be described as a powerful term, which can be characterized European states. 6. The main focus was of the criticism from writers, scientists and philosophers. They strived for freedom of speech and tolerance. 7. Isaac Newton was a man who was born in 1642. He was a scientist and he had a lot of theories. 8. René Descartes was a French philosopher and mathematician and was also as Isaac, working with theories. He was born 1596. 9. Deism is the belief that god took a step back after he created the world. He took a step back not to intervene, compromised the people who claimed to be enlightened. 10. He was a philosopher and analyzed the origin of knowledge and the best ways of governing a society. He claimed that all knowledge comes from experience. 11. The most important idea of the enlightenment was the belief in human reason. It was argued that every human being was able to think for themselves. Newton and Locke became tremendously influential because of their view that reason and science could be used to established the both the laws of nature and the laws of science. 12. Many people considered that lower classes couldn’t be a part of the enlightenment. But at the bottom line everyone could be a part of the enlightenment. 13. They had coffehouses and newspaper. The coffehouses were an important meeting point for intellectual interchange. There were a lot of bookshops, libraries and book clubs. 14. Daniel Defoe wrote the novel Robinson Crusoe which made him world famous. Robinson was on his way from Brazil to Africa to trade slaves. His ship sinks on his journey and he was the only one who survived on a desert island. He lives alone in 28 years before he gets rescued. The...
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