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by: Elza Hane

HistoryofCivilizationTheModernPeriod HST103

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Elza Hane
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Elza Hane on Saturday October 3, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HST103 at California State Polytechnic University taught by DavidSmith in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see /class/218113/hst103-california-state-polytechnic-university in History at California State Polytechnic University.


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Date Created: 10/03/15
HST 103 Spring 2011 The Revolution in Politics and Society ThemesConcepts Liberal secular ideas as the foundation for a new political order Constitutionalism and popular sovereignty I Context and Connections A The spirit of the Enlightenment vs traditions of absolutism B Britain and the American colonies C Legislating for the colonies the Stamp Act and reaction D A new nation the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution E Thomas Paine s views HR Paine p 163 39 39 F What kind of nation did the American Revolution create What did the Revolution signify H Before the French Revolution A The social order F rance s Three Estates and the political order LouisXVI and the Estates General B F rance s growing economic problems the issue of taxation C Want to tax the people Get their consent D The meeting of the Estates General and the formation of the National Assembly E The Tennis Court Oath F The kings response the army and divine right G The country s response revolts and the fall of the Bastille July 14 1789 ET The French Revolution A The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen HR Declaration p 157 B Let them eat cake Marie Antoinette and the pursuit of the royal family C The French church and the Civil Constitution of the Clergy D Anew constitution 1791 IV The Revolution Turns Bloody A The September Massacres B The king must die so the country can live the execution of Louis XVI C Responding to crisis Maximilien Robespierre and the Committee of Public Safety D The Reign of Terror E Responding to chaos the formation of the Directory and the rise of Napoleon Bonaparte over V The Age of Napoleon A Who was Napoleon B Napoleon s Concordat and Civil Code C Napoleon s wars and the creation of the Grand Empire see p 456 in EWH for the full painting of Napoleon s coronation see p 458 for a map of his Grand Empire D The invasion of Russia the battle of Waterloo E Evaluating the French Revolution and the Age of Napoleon VI Revolution and Independence in Latin America A Control consent race and social status creoles and peninsulars mestizos and mulattoes B I was born a slave but nature gave me the soul ofa free man Toussaint L Ouverture and revolution in Hispaniola the formation of Haiti C Iose de San Martin and Simon Bolivar HR Bolivar p 167 D Independence and the formation of republican government B What would happen to Latin America images Marie Antoinette the Tennis Court Oath Maximilien Robespierrre Napoleon s Coronation detail HST 103 Spring 2011 M quotw The Revolution in Science and Thought 9 m 99m W quotsun 93 439 39 was Themes amp Concepts How the Scienti c Revolution and Enlightenment challenged traditional forms of thinking and people s conception of society I Perspective and Context A One of the key foundations of the modern up d B Europe dominated by the church religious or supernatural explanations for natural phenomena D The medieval conception of the universe II The Initial Revolution in Science A Finally we shall place the sun himself at the center of the universe Nicolaus Copernicus and a heliocentric cosmos the motions of the planets B The response to Copernicus the signi cance of his ideas C Did Copernican theory really work Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler had the answers III The Bible shows the way to go to heaven not the way the heavens go Galileo Galilei and Copernican Theory A Galileo s discoveries B Galileo Cardinal Bellarrnine and the Catholic Church HR Galileo p 32 C Galileo s impact new ways of understanding the natural world demonstration and empiricism IV The Complete Revolution in Science sa on B Principia Mathematica I687 mathematics and motion C Measuring Newton s impact V The Foundations of the Enlightenment A The application of scienti c methods to human society the belief in reason B John Locke human understanding and the Two Treatises of Government VI The Enlightenment in France were the philosophes How did they deal with government society knowledge and religion B Montesquieu and the structure of government C Rousseau and the general will D Diderot and the Encyclopedia over E To believe in God is impossible not to believe in Him is absurd Francois Marie Arouet aka V0 aire F Voltaire and Deism G Voltaire the case of Jean Calas and toleration HR Voltaire p 149 VII Putting the Scienti c Revolution and the Enlightenment into ective A New ways of understanding the World and human society B New notions of society and government images the Copernican conception ofthe universe Isaac Newton Voltaire


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