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louis xiv
french absolute
most powerful european rule
divine right
used intendants
driven out after the FRONDE
galileo galilei
fourth
scientist
invented telescope
first person to see moon mountains and sun spots with telescope
richelieu
appointed by louis xiii
chief minister
determined to destroy huguenots
johannes kepler
third
scientist
tycho's assistant
calculatd earth's orbit around the sun
sun orbits in an eclipse
colbert
louis xiv finance minister
HELPED ECONOMY
tycho brahe
second
danish
supported heliocentric theory
set up astronomy sites
james i
first stuart monarch - clashed with parliament
johannes kepler
third
scientist
tycho's assistant
calculatd earth's orbit around the sun
sun orbits in an eclipse
andreas vesalius
published on the structure of human body
first accurately detailed study of human anatomy
isaac newton
fifth
scientist
developed theory of gravity
stuart family
tudor's relatives
ruling family of scotland
nicolaus copernicus
first
polish scientist
ON THE REVOLUTIONS OF HEAVENLY SPHERES
proposed heliocentric model of universe
mazarin
richelieu's appointed successor
voltaire
french philosopher
no church in school
phillip ii
spanish ruler
centralized power
absolute monarch
affected by sinking of armada
maria theresa
war of austrian succession
reorganized bureaucracy and improved taxes
robert boyle
chemist
distinguished between individual elements and chemical compounds
life liberty property
john locke
francis bacon
rejected aristotles ideas
stressed experiments and observations
hohenzollern
rulers of germany
rene descartes
emphasized human reasoning
PRINCIPIA
newton
elizabeth i
controlled england with firm hand
joseph II
son of maria theresa
divided up poland
charles v
spanish ruler
heir to hapsburgs
joined monastary
SOCIAL CONTRACT
rousseau
henry iv
huguenot - french
converted to catholicism
edict of nantes
life liberty pursuit of happiness
thomas jefferson
tudor family
england
junker
german nobles
frederick II
prussian ruler
seized hapsburgs
frederick the great
LEVIATHAN
thomas hobbs
william and mary
invited to rule when parliament was threatened by james ii
philosophes
lovers of wisdom
oliver cromwell
roundhead leader
peter the great
czar
insisted on western modernization
ON THE REVOLUTIONS OF HEAVENLY SPHERES
copernicus
charles i of england
absolute monarch
forced to sign petition of rights
english civil war vs parliament
encyclopedia
denis diderot
SPIRIT OF THE LAWS
montesquieu
catherine the great
embraced western ideas
gained black sea - warm water port
TWO TREATIES OF GOVERNMENT
john locke
montesquieu
scholar
william harvey
described circulation of blood
cavaliers
supporters of charles i