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Thomas Hobbes
view on Human Nature
bad
John Locke
view on Human Nature
basically good
Denis Diderot
view on Human Nature
good
Marie Theresa Geoffrin
view on Human Nature
good
Montesquieu
view on Human Nature
good
Voltaire
view on Human Nature
good
Rousseau
view on Human Nature
born good, but civilization corrupts people
Mary Wollstonecraft
view on Human Nature
good
Thomas Hobbes
view on government
absolute rulers are needed to end chaos in society
John Locke
view on government
people should have the right to overthrow the government if the ruler is not appropiate for rule
Denis Diderot
view on government
enlightened theory
Marie Theresa Geoffrin
view on government
enlightened theory
Montesquieu
view on government
gov. divided in 3 branches and a system of checks and balance creates a accountability in gov.
Voltaire
view on government
fought intolerance and injustice( religious cases)
Rousseau
view on government
gov. chosen by people
preferred a state of nature fee of complicated instituions
Mary Wollstonecraft
view on government
woman should have more rights
Thomas Hobbes wrote.....
Leviathan
John Locke wrote...
Two Treaties of gov.
John Locke "All people have the right to...."
life, liberty, and prop.
Denis Diderot wrote...
the first edition of the Encyclopedia
Marie Theresa Geoffrin(liberal) was know for hostessing ...
salon which had discussions on philosophy
Montesquieu wrote...
The Spirit of Laws
Voltaire" I don approve wit ha word you say, but
I defend to the death your right to say it."
Voltaire was considered the champion of...
free speech and religious toleration
Voltaire wrote
Candide
Rousseau believed that laws and justice should be based on...
popular sovereignty
Roussea wrote..
the social contract
Mary Wollstonecraft wrote...
A Vindication of Rights
John Locke witnessed the...
English Civil War
Thomas Hobbes witnessed the....
Glorious Revolution
1st Estate- def.
clergy,high church officials, parish priests
DIDN'T PAY TAXES
2nd Estate- def.
GREAT NOBLES; wealthy, landowners, high incomes LESSER NOBLES; poor
DIDN'T PAY TAXES