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roundheads
parliment fighters
the restoration
son of cromwell dethroned
pride's purge
colonel pride: soldiers went into Hall of Commons. Killed all who didn't want Cromwell dead
CharlesII
after interregnum. lived in the restoration.
cavaliers
king's fighters
james II
duke of york. brother of charles II. King as C.II dies
triennial act
parliment called every 3 years
long parliment
met for 2 years. called by CI
william and mary
non-catholic.
Queen and King
war of spanish succession
claim for spain. spain and france
sycophants
people who suck up to people in power
oliver cromwell
parlimentarian. puritan. trained roundheads. lord protector of common wealth
shipmoney case
non-sea counties had to pay for upkeep of navy
the fronde
anger at centralization. civil war
constitutional monarchy
king rules with consent of nobility
divine right
king grantedright to rule by god
thomas hobbes
secular absolutist
asiento
right for brits to trade in s. africa
john locke
defender of glorious revolution
estates general
meet to raise protestants
huguenots
french calvanists
versailles
french party town under louis XIV
puritan
calvanists- reform catholic church
power of the purse
that which controlls the money. parliment
edict of nantes
civil unity by henry IV. gave huguenots rights in catholic france
interregnum
period between kings
the rump
parliment that wanted charles I dead
intendants
mid. class in charge of generality
mercantilism
selling more than buying
archbishop laud
canterbury. appointed because for religious uniformity dismesses unloyal clergy
anglican
halfway between calvanism and catholics
decentralization
colony of seperate rulers
James I
scottish king after Elizabeth I
bullionism
keeping more money in country
glorious revolution
william and mary on throne. peaceful time
charles I
son of James I
colbert
founder of mercantillism minister under Louis XIV
gravitation
pull between objects and earth
progress
improvement
ecraser l'infame
crush the infamous
-voltaire
checks and balance
spreads out govs. power
jean-jaques rousseau
told of goodness of men. told to live simply
montesquieu
seperation of gov. powers. spirit of law
rational universe
all things can be proven
skepticism
doubt in power of church
revelation
an understanding
laws of nature
laws that all ofnature abides by.
wars of religion
30 years war.
lutherans/catholics
calvanists/catholics
natural rights/natural law
that one has claim to by nature
jean calas
tried for murder of son. found guilty
empiricism
believe what see
voltaire
author playwright. liked freedom of speech
diderot
wrote an encyclopedia promoting the advancement of science
social contract
give up liberties for safetly and protection
copernicus
geocentric vs. heliocentric
geocentric
earth centered universe
heliocentric
suncentered
isaac newton
proved gravity
kepler
mathematician.
elliticals
galileo
professor. denied aristotles falling bodies theory
proved copernicus
induction
specific info--general
deduction
inference
descartes
dualism:
physical world and thinking