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1 WORLD HISTORY: SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION AND ENLIGHTENMENT Jeopardy Version Watch out Alex Trebek

2 Scientists Philosophes Enlightenment Spreads Terms Thnkers

3 SCIENTISTS Put on trial by the Catholic Church for heresy due to his heliocentric writings and other important discoveries like the spots on Jupiter.

4 SCIENTISTS 100 Galileo Galilei Å

5 SCIENTISTS First argued the universe was heliocentric.

6 SCIENTISTS Copernicus Å

7 SCIENTISTS Danish astronomer who built the largest observatory in Europe and made a lifetime of observations on the movement of planets.

8 SCIENTISTS Tycho Brahe Å

9 SCIENTISTS Proved that planets move in elliptical orbits.

10 SCIENTISTS Johannes Kepler Å

11 SCIENTISTS Wrote about universal law of gravitation and motion

12 SCIENTISTS Isaac Newton Å

13 PHILOSOPHES Italian who wrote about crime, justice, and punishment. Was against the death penalty and for speedy trials.

14 PHILOSOPHES Cesare Beccaria Å

15 PHILOSOPHES Went to the University of Paris and wrote the Encyclopedia with the help of Marie-Therese Geoffin

16 PHILOSOPHES Denis Diderot Å

17 PHILOSOPHES I do not agree with a word you say but I will defend to the death your right to say it. This becomes Freedom of Speech when it makes it to America.

18 PHILOSOPHES Voltaire Å

19 PHILOSOPHES Studied the law in Britain and decided a government with a legislative, judicial, and executive branch. Becomes separation of powers in America.

20 PHILOSOPHES Baron de Montesquieu Å

21 PHILOSOPHES Thinker who was known for promoting the scientific method and inductive reasoning.

22 PHILOSOPHES Francis Bacon Å

23 ENLIGHTENMENT SPREADS Enlightened monarch of Russia who wanted to push through changes inspired by the Enlightenment only to be stopped by a peasant revolt.

24 ENLIGHTENMENT SPREADS Catherine the Great Å

25 ENLIGHTENMENT SPREADS Prussian Enlightened monarch

26 ENLIGHTENMENT SPREADS Frederick the Great Å

27 ENLIGHTENMENT SPREADS New art style of the Enlightenment that focused on simple designs borrowed from the Greeks and Romans

28 ENLIGHTENMENT SPREADS Neoclassical Å

29 ENLIGHTENMENT SPREADS The Age of Rebirth that spurred the Scientific Revolution and Enlightenment.

30 ENLIGHTENMENT SPREADS Renaissance Å

31 ENLIGHTENMENT SPREADS Type of music considered light and upbeat, it was new because of the Enlightenment.

32 ENLIGHTENMENT SPREADS Classical Å

33 TERMS Invention that led to cheaper publishing costs, enabling the spread of ideas throughout Europe.

34 TERMS Printing Press Å

35 TERMS Parties held by French aristocratic women where Enlightenment thinkers could present their research and talk.

36 TERMS Salons Å

37 TERMS Theory that states the universe revolves around the earth.

38 TERMS Geocentric Å

39 TERMS Explain a social contract.

40 TERMS An agreement between citizens and their government over who has the power. Å

41 TERMS Five core beliefs of the Philosophes.

42 TERMS Reason, Nature, Happiness, Liberty, and Progress Å

43 THINKERS Wrote A Vindication of the Rights of Women and believed that women should be able to be educated the same a men and have the same jobs as men.

44 THINKERS Mary Wollstonecraft Å

45 THINKERS Believed that men were born free and then corrupted by civilization.

46 THINKERS Rousseau Å

47 THINKERS Believed all men could improve through experience and that governments should protect their people s inalienable rights of life, liberty, and property.

48 THINKERS John Locke Å

49 THINKERS Said I think therefore I am and argued for the use of logic and mathematics.

50 THINKERS Rene Descartes Å

51 THINKERS Believed men should forfeit all rights to one strong leader who would control the Commonwealth.

52 THINKERS Thomas Hobbes Å

53 FINAL JEOPARDY Chose your representative

54 FINAL JEOPARDY QUESTION Two early Greek philosophers who provided an explanation of science that was later disproven by the Scientific Revolution.

55 ANSWER Aristotle and Ptolemy

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