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HIS 101: Notes from 10/30

by: Frankie Bjork

HIS 101: Notes from 10/30 HIS 101 Cr.3

Frankie Bjork
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Global Origins of the Modern World
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These are the rest of the notes from the week of 10/26-10/30. This is a wrap-up of the 17th century Scientific Revolution, and start of the 18th century Enlightenment.
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Date Created: 10/30/15
The 17th Centurv W Euronean Scientific Revolution 0 Brief wrapup of Spinoza s TheologicalPolitical Treatise O O rationalism and religion both have blind spots anachronisms something that could not have happened at the time you re talking about 0 Summary What were the impacts of the Scientific Revolution 0 O O 0 00000 debunked any appeal to supernatural authority overturned the medieval universe generated a new cumulative processes in human culture I biological innovation I scientific discovery idea of progress rationalism I assumption that reason will provide you with the truth institutionalisation of science Enlightenment hatred of despotism the need of freedom of speech secularism and toleration of others I separation of church and state The 18th Centurv Euronean Enliqhtenment o What was the Enlightenment O 0000 consequence of the Scientific Revolution Western Europe and North America tried to better human society and religion by promising a better world use of reason would enhance our knowledge philosophes philosophers advocated for the Enlightenment I Benjamin Franklin I Thomas Jefferson I John Locke 16301704 c father of political ideas of Enlightenment Voltaire 16941778 0 french writer I Adam Smith 1776 o wrote The Wealth of Nations 0 laissezfaire minimum amount of government intervention in the economy I Immanuel Kant 17201804 0 Some key ideas of the Enlightenment will be talked about on Monday


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