Goodness Essay

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Current People & Terms People & Terms, Chapter 14 – Scientific Revolution (Kagan) People Nicolaus Copernicus Tycho Brahe Johannes Kepler Galileo Galilei Rene Descartes Isaac Newton Francis Bacon Thomas Hobbes John Locke Margaret Cavendish Blaise Pascal Terms Ptolemaic System Epicycle Empiricism Scientific Induction Physico-Theology Study Questions 1. Given the geographic location of Copernicus, Brahe, Kepler, Galileo, Newton & Descartes, deduce or determine their religious affiliation, and analyze how that may have effected their respected work? 2. Would you rather live under a government designed by Thomas Hobbes, or John Locke? Explain your answer with at least 3 examples. 3. What factors prevented women from fully participating in the new science? How did family relationships help some women become involved in the advance of natural philosophy? 4. Explain why there were “Witch-hunts”, and why did they occur during this time in particular? Analyze how the Reformation may have contributed to this? People & Terms, Chapter 15 – Paths to Power (Eastern Absolutism) (Kagan) People Louis XV Cardinal Fleury Robert Walpole Maria Theresa Hohenzollerns Frederick William, The Great Elector Frederick William I Peter The Great Terms Mississippi Bubble Millets Pragmatic Sanction Junkers Boyars Study Questions 1. With relation to government, religious practice, trade/economics, and foreign relations, describe how the Ottoman empire fell into decline after the siege of Vienna in 1683. 2. What did Russia seek on the Baltic and Black seas and why would this be important to them? 3. Study the painting on page 510. What does this Dutch still life represent? Why might it be called “a dialogue between this newly affluent society and its material possessions”? Explain any bias in

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