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9 Cards in this Set

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1)Plato's acadamy

2)to rule by properly educated people of middle class

3)everyone has their strengths
Queen Elizabeth I
1)she recived an exvelent education

2)monarky-strong gov.

3)supremicy act that made England a pradastant
Thomas Hobbes
1)people were evil

2)monarchy with abbsolute controle

3)representitives presenting problems of the middle class
John Locke
1)religious toleration

2)people alowed to govern them selves

3)religious freedom and compromise gov.
King Louis XIV
1)rich and welthy lifestyle, became king at 5

2)nonarchy and divine right "I am the state"

3)france in det and at war
Baron de Montesqueu
1)his unkle's care

2)nonachy were monarch didn't have compleat power and inculed women

3)three branches of government seperate and equal
1)sacrates meening of life and sparta's victory over athens

2)philosiphor monark

3)democratic thought (republic)
Jean-Jacques Rouseau
1)mother died when young and an excelent education from friends

2)direct democracy with males making laws

3)a democratic social contract
Mary Wollsonecraft
1)in her house hood she was treated unfairly and ran away


3)womens rights movment