A Coggle Diagram about 7-2.5 Explain how the Enlightenment influenced the American and French revolutions leading to the formation of limited forms of government, including the relationship between people and their government, the role of constitutions, the characteristics of shared powers, the protection of individual rights, and the promotion of the common good., 7-2.3 Analyze the Enlightenment ideas of John Locke, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Montesquieu, and Voltaire that challenged absolutism and influenced the development of limited government. , 7-2.2 Explain how the scientific revolution challenged authority and influenced Enlightenment philosophers, including the importance of the use of reason, the challenges to the Catholic Church, and the contributions of Galileo and Sir Isaac New, . (the age of enlightenment, It changed the way they worked, thought, and lived because the philosophers made discoveries in religion, physics, and so much more. They made science advance to the point of breaking down Adams. though this age was mostly directed at the advancement of science, philosophy, reason, and government.
first of I will start with philosophy. if there was one word to describe the age of enlightenment or the age of reason which ever you would prefer i would say philosophy. the explanation for this is there were so many extraordinary minds at this time. there are many but I will name three John Locke’s, Galileo, and Sir Isaac Newton. the fist one i will talk about is John Locke's Jean-Jacques Rousseau was one of the most influential thinkers during the Enlightenment His thought marked the end of the Age of Reason. He propelled political and ethical thinking into new channels. His reforms revolutionized taste, first in music, then in the other arts. He had a profound impact on people’s way of life; he taught parents to take a new interest in their children and to educate them differently; he furthered the expression of emotion rather than polite restraint in friendship and love
second galileo,Galileo contributions to fields of philosophy, physics and more.He invented and improved telescope that let him describe the moon's of jupiter. He also Observed rings of saturn and phases for venus. Galileo's motion experiments paved ways for codification of classical mechanics that was made by Sir Isaac Newton.third of come,s Newtbig dreams up the laws of gravity and the rest which is history. During this fruitful time that Newton with the help of crystal prism became first discover that white light is made up a spectrum of colors. Newton dove into the study of gravitational force.Fun fact Newton was born the same year Galileo died which is 1642.
then i will go to reason. reason the tool that so many scientist use today.Reason is a way of thinking, a way of life, and a tool all people can use to help them communicate. Reason is a tradition about how to think properly. Reason is about how to treat ideas, and how to treat disagreements, and even reason can be violated and one thing that will violates the requirements of reason is assuming I (you) know the truth from the outset. This is not an easy process, but through it sometimes we learn something or correct a mistake or two. And during this period it was crucial to have reason because it brought about the age of enlightenment.
then comes government.there are many types of government but only a few came up like limited government prevents the government from employing extensive control over people's lives, freedom of speech and actions. It also prevents the government from interfering with the implementation of civil liberties. Moreover, it gives citizens the opportunity to participate in political and social issues and local government. In addition, it provides a free market economic system that enables citizens to have financial freedom. Limiting government increases individual freedom, however, limiting the power of government can also limit the government's ability to take action on behalf of its citizens. For instance, if the government is too weak because of constitutional limitations, there is a potential risk of citizens having their freedom violated by non-governmental concentrations of power.
If I had to chose a time peioid to studie agian it would deffinate be the age of enlighenment.
) and BIG Question: How did the Enlightenment change the way people thought?