1. Western Civilization

    Name three differences between Rousseau and most Enlightenment philosophers.
  2. world history

    1. How would you explain the similarity between Christian idea to share for the well being of the community and Rousseau’s general will/ environment shapes peoples behavior? and 2. How did ancient Greek philosophers and French philosophers ideas of the 18th century lead to ...
  3. History

    Which accurately describes how the Enlightenment influenced social change? the enlightenment influenced philosophies to spread ideas concerning political, social, and legal reform the enlightenment influenced quaker societies to prosecute protestants based on religion ...
  4. government

    Both Greek and Enlightenment philosophers believed that humans __________.
  5. History

    how did the Enlightenment influence the American and French Revolutions? a.Enlightenment philosophers published pamphlets in favor of monarchs’ divine right to rule, angering people into revolution. b.Ideas about natural rights philosophy caused people to question and ...
  6. american gov.

    Which of the following was not a key political thinker during the Age of Enlightenment? A. Jean-Jacques Rousseau B. Thomas Paine C. John Calvin D. Voltaire
  7. Philosophy Question

    Who are some famous Mexican philosophers? Check this site for a list of some of Mexico's philosophers. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Mexican_philosophers Ah, most of these guys are white. I want some real latino philosophers, please. What does skin color have to do ...
  8. U.s GOVERMENT

    Which Enlightenment thinker wrote that people in society are bound to one another by an implicit 'social contract'? A. Voltaire B. Marie Arouet C. Jean-Jacques Rousseau D. Thomas Paine
  9. social studies

    which Enlightenment thinker taught that life is "brutish" and societies need strong rulers? a) Thomas Hobbes. b) John Locke c) Jean-Jacques Rousseau d) Voltaire
  10. social studies

    Which of these was NOT a major contributing factor to the Scientific Revolution? A) Greek philosophers B) Enlightenment thinkers C) Medieval Islamic scientists D) Roman and Byzantine scholars
  11. world history

    The ideas of Enlightenment philosphers John Locke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau laid the foundations for modern Western democratic governments. What reforms expand democracy in newly industiralized societies?
  12. Literature! HELP

    Romanticism became popular _____. A. before the Enlightenment B. during the Enlightenment C. at the end of the Enlightenment D. a century after the end of the Enlightenment
  13. PHI105

    Using the list of philosophers provided by your facilitator, select a quotation that best represents each of the philosophers.Explain why this quotation is an accurate representation of the philosophers’ ideas, historical significance, and key contributions. o Include at ...
  14. ENGLISH HELP!!!

    when did Romanticism became popular?? - before the Enlightenment - during the Enlightenment - at the end of the Enlightenment - a century after the end of the Enlightenment
  15. world history

    Which best describes the theory Jean-Jacques Rousseau outlined in The Social Contract? Rousseau theorized that people are born inherently greedy and a large powerful government is needed to counteract such greed to maintain social order. Rousseau theorized that people are born...
  16. History

    2) which statement best describes a social contract A.an implied agreement between citizens and government in which citizens release some liberty to government for the good of society B.a contract between local residents and providers of basic services like water and energy C....
  17. French

    I wrote "Bien que Rousseau etait apparemement..." And my teacher underlined bien que and drew an arrow to etait...what could he be referring to? And I wrote "Mais Rousseau pensait aussi que la nouvelle connaissance parce qu'il permettait..." My teacher circled il. Why is this ...
  18. Western Civilization

    In the postwr West, philosophers and intellectuals have challenged many of the assumptions abouth truth, objectivity, science, and progress that have dominated the Western outlook since the Enlightenment. Summarize the arguments and approaces of the most important poswar ...
  19. philosophy

    "So, if we have awakened, we are all philosophers by default, not by choice." In other words, we were born as philosophers, but waht do you think we are not? please help me to answer this question too. thx
  20. world history

    Enlightenment philosophers and reformers criticized the great inequalities that existed in society and believed that thought reason, a better society was possible. They called for social equality, abolition of slavery, prision reform, and improvements in education. What ...
  21. History

    I am going to compare Plato and Gandhi. I find it hard to know what i can compare between the two philosophers. What are the differences and similarities between the two.
  22. rousseau

    hi rousseau's beleives that man is good by nature. do you disagree and agree? i said disagree because i beleive that man is a creature of thought and the concepts of good and evil will be regardless because people can twist others into thinking in ay way they want. i want to ...
  23. social studies

    Do Hindus believe it is the god Vishnu who grants spiritual enlightenment whispering at the moment of death the truth the soul needs to achieve enlightenment and set it free?
  24. week 5 104 HIS world civilizations11

    Thinking back to the course text chapter on the Enlightenment, how might the rise of religious based independence movement challenge Enlightenment ideals?
  25. HISTORY HELP plsssssssss

    Use the following statement from Jean-Jacques Rousseau to answer the question below: "Everything is good as it comes from the hands of the Maker of the world, but degenerates once it gets into the hands of man." —Public Domain Rousseau would have supported the idea that the ...
  26. Ancient Greece

    How did ancient greek philosophers such as Plato and Aristotle contribute to the formation of modern democratic governments? a. by contemplating the purpose and structure of government b. by encouraging the participation of all citizens in governance c. by prescribing civil ...
  27. philosophy

    which pre-socratic philosopher had that most compelling ideas? Briefly summarize the philosophers idea(s). Why do you find these ideas compelling? Include a practical example of the philosophers idea in your response.
  28. AP World History

    Hi its Diana with the same question: How did coffee play a pivotal role in the French Revolution? (lots of details and go into the Enlightenment) But, I looked at the articles you sent me and I still don't understand how coffee influenced the Enlightenment. I am having so much...
  29. philosophy

    For some philosophers, writing is an unfortunate necessity, a means of communication that is at best irrelevant to the philosophical thought it expresses and at worst a barrier to that thought. The words in which the philosophical investigator writes up his or her results, ...
  30. crt

    For some philosophers, writing is an unfortunate necessity, a means of communication that is at best irrelevant to the philosophical thought it expresses and at worst a barrier to that thought. The words in which the philosophical investigator writes up his or her results, ...
  31. English

    For some philosophers, writing is an unfortunate necessity, a means of communication that is at best irrelevant to the philosophical thought it expresses and at worst a barrier to that thought. The words in which the philosophical investigator writes up his or her results, ...
  32. 205

    For some philosophers, writing is an unfortunate necessity, a means of communication that is at best irrelevant to the philosophical thought it expresses and at worst a barrier to that thought. The words in which the philosophical investigator writes up his or her results, ...
  33. philosophy

    For some philosophers, writing is an unfortunate necessity, a means of communication that is at best irrelevant to the philosophical thought it expresses and at worst a barrier to that thought. The words in which the philosophical investigator writes up his or her results, ...
  34. english - critical thinking

    For some philosophers, writing is an unfortunate necessity, a means of communication that is at best irrelevant to the philosophical thought it expresses and at worst a barrier to that thought. The words in which the philosophical investigator writes up his or her results, ...
  35. Modern World Studies

    1. What do we call the movement in literature and the arts that emphasized nature and emotion over reason? [x] a. Enlightenment b. Reformation c. Romanticism d. Neoclassicism 2. Who said it is the government’s job to protect the natural rights of life, liberty, and property...
  36. Ms. Sue! The Industrial Revolution

    What role did the Enlightenment play in the development of new economic theories during the Industrial Revolution? a. Enlightenment ideas led to the development of capitalism, but socialist ideas were unrelated to any Enlightenment reasoning. b. Economists believed that new ...
  37. History

    Please Help. I would like to ask if it would have been possible with out the prior development of the Enlightenment? For instance, if some of the main issues that troubled Martin Luther (such as the Catholic Church's practice of requiring "tributes" for pray and/or forgiveness...
  38. World history- does this sound okay?

    if you had to give queen Elizabeth the first a grade on the enlightenment principles what grade would you give and why? I think I would give her a B bc for the most part she was a very big influence on the enlightenment era and she enabled quite a bit for us today. she changed...
  39. Government

    In what ways were the founders influenced by the ideas of the natural rights philosophers? What proof can you show that the Founders were influenced by the natural rights philosophers?
  40. US history

    What influence did the enlightenment have on colonial political thought? Use the searching techniques in the last post. For this one, you can try enlightenment influence colonial political or some variation. =)
  41. social studies (again)

    Jean-Jacques Rousseau: In his book The Social Contract, Rousseau comes up with his theories on government. He believed in what he called “a state of nature” in which people are purely instinctual and harmful, so he says people made a contract with the government to give up...
  42. PHI 208

    Many philosophers insist that our most strongly held beliefs should be examined and critically evaluated. Using the required text and outside sources, explain what philosophers mean when they say that beliefs need justification? What is the importance of subjecting our beliefs...
  43. world studies

    1. How did European exploration held lead the way to the Scientific Revolution? --I was thinking that with the more discoveries they were making, they wanted explanations as to how things are that way 2. How was the Scientific Revolution related to the Enlightenment? --I said...
  44. World History Answer Check (Ms.

    Why does Plato believe that philosophers would make the best rulers? What men would make poor ruler? A: Plato believe that philosophers would make the best rulers because, according to Plato, they have knowledge of truth that others do not and only they can make crucial ...
  45. ELA

    "The Enlightenment and the Scientific Revolution were twin explosions in thinking that made the 17th and 18th centuries one of the most exciting and dynamic eras in European history. People cam to believe the power of human reason apart from the guidance of religion. ...
  46. History

    How did the Renaissance movement affect scientific innovations? (Select all that apply the Renaissance and humanism put human reasoning and gathered evidence at the center of scientific inquiry humanist philosophers during the renaissance accepted the Catholic church's ...
  47. History

    How did the Renaissance movement affect scientific innovations? (Select all that apply the Renaissance and humanism put human reasoning and gathered evidence at the center of scientific inquiry humanist philosophers during the renaissance accepted the Catholic church's ...
  48. psy210

    Q: Do you think that having an understanding of cultural differences and personality differences would be beneficial? Why or why not? A:I believe having an understanding of both cultural differnces and personality differnces can be benificial. I say this because having the ...
  49. psy210

    Q: Do you think that having an understanding of cultural differences and personality differences would be beneficial? Why or why not? A: I believe having an understanding of both cultural differences and personality differences can be beneficial. I say this because having the ...
  50. English

    I'm trying to talk about the developments in literature... I'm focusing on Jean Jacque Rousseau... but in the beginning paragraph I would like to make some sort of comparision to today's society... In today’s society Romanticism would not be an intimate walk on the beach ...
  51. Social Studies

    Here is the question .. How did the Enlightenment contribute to the Industrial Revolution? A) People used technology to create greater prosperity for all. B) Reasoning was used to solve human problems. C) Electricity used in the production of material goods. D) People came to ...
  52. ap history

    who was the most important embodiment of the enlightenment in america a- benjamin franklin b-john locke c-isaac newton d-thomas jefferson This site mentions two of those men as being embodiments of the Enlightenment in America. (Broken Link Removed) It would be hard to pick ...
  53. U.S history

    When Uncle Sam and the Statue of Liberty are together what does it represent? I know Uncle Samm represents America and I think the Statue of Liberty represents enlightenment and liberty. I think when they are together it represents Americas enlightenment. Can I get a second ...
  54. Chemistry

    The order of the boiling points for the hydrogen halides, except for HF, is HI > HBr > HCl. The reason for this order can be attributed to a) the relative covalent bond strengths. b) differences in hydrogen bonding. c) differences in dipole-dipole attractions. d) ...
  55. Realism/Enlightenment

    What are some scientific breakthroughs of the Age of Realism and what new ideas undermined Enlightened ideas? Age of Realism: http://www.google.com/search?q=age+of+realism&rls=com.microsoft:en-us:IE-SearchBox&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=ie7&rlz=1I7SUNA Enlightenment: http://www...
  56. Social Studies 9

    HELP!!!! How did voltaire use irony to insult rousseau. i really need to know !!.
  57. Please help

    1. Napoleon Bonaparte claimed to have put into practice the ideals of the French Revolution and the Enlightenment. Do you think he did? Did his actions and the legacy of his reign represent those ideals? Explain in a short essay whether or not Bonaparte’s reign and legacy ...
  58. early childhood

    what do the ideas of rousseau, darwin, and hall have in common
  59. History

    how do hobbes locke rousseau and montesquieu define liberty
  60. Sociology

    Im writing a paper on the similarities and differences of race and ethnicity. I have no problem finding similarities on the two, but finding differences are challenging. The only difference I know of is that they are both socially constructed. Can someoneone give me a few more...
  61. political science- PHL

    how Hobbes, Machiavelli and Rousseau are relevant? little guidance please
  62. ELA

    In a paragraph, explain how "Ribbons" illustrates the idea that differences between cultures can lead to misunderstandings and conflict. Consider these questions in a paragraph: What are the main cultural differences portrayed in the story? How does Stacy react to her ...
  63. ethics please help

    Which of the following is associated with the Heinz dilemma? a. Lawrence Kohlberg. b. Jean Rousseau. c. Immanuel Kant. d. None of the above.
  64. U.S. History

    Compare and contrast the initial formation of two states—Virginia and Pennsylvania—by evaluating and listing the similarities and differences of the first state constitution for each state. •Identify the date of each constitution and consider the events that occurred at ...
  65. US History

    Compare and contrast the initial formation of two states—Virginia and Pennsylvania—by evaluating and listing the similarities and differences of the first state constitution for each state. Identify the date of each constitution and consider the events that occurred at ...
  66. Chemistry

    1) The order of the boiling points for the hydrogen halides, except for HF, is HI > HBr > HCl. The reason for this order can be attributed to a) the relative covalent bond strengths. b) differences in hydrogen bonding. c) differences in dipole-dipole attractions. d) ...
  67. Psychology

    Sexual dimorphism's are a) observable physical differences within single gender (e.g. tall men vs short men.) b) observable physical differences between the genders (e.g differences in mens and women's brains) c) assumed differences in the capacities of the genders (e.g the ...
  68. World History (Please, help me!)

    What did Rousseau mean when he stated that if any individual wants to pursue his own self-interest at the expense of the common good, "He will be forced to be free"?
  69. Health

    Hello, I have to compare the old and new pyramid and what are the differences and whats the same. For differences I put the chart is now color coded for the sections for the food groups, the new pyramid represents a person walking up steps to encourage activity. And for the ...
  70. Philosophy

    What does Socrates argue that death is, and why do true philosophers welcome it?
  71. Ethics and Moral

    Philosophers use the general term "argument" to mean (Points
  72. Geography

    What was the goal of the philosophers? Did their movement have an impact on our lives today?
  73. history

    describe how greek philosophers were different from those that existed in other ancient civilizations. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  74. Biology

    Reptiles do not live in the Arctic; however, some birds do, even though they evolved from reptiles. In your own words, offer an explanation for this fact. Include information on the metabolic differences between the two groups' bodies, as well as what effect their metabolic ...
  75. world history

    why might a person say aristotle is the most modern of the ancient greek philosophers?
  76. world history

    why might a person say aristotle is the most modern of the ancient greek philosophers?
  77. Philosophy

    Were any of the Pre-Socratic philosophers successful in attempting to solve the problem of the One and the Many?
  78. critical thinking

    The philosophers described above make which of the following assumptions about philosophy as a scholarly discipline?
  79. Geography

    In what model of the universe did philosophers of the middle ages believe? Give details
  80. history

    When was the Enlightenment? Thanks!
  81. Social Studies 9

    Differences between Marie antoinette and queen Charlotte. I need at least 3-4 facts about the differences ! THANK YOU !.
  82. Composition

    I can not think of any major differences between adults and adolescents. Could I get any suggestions on starting a paper on some differences?
  83. Differences

    what differences are there between plant and animal cell division. Already checked the sites.
  84. biology

    Describe the three main differences between arteries and veins and explain why they have these differences.
  85. Biology

    What are the differences between primary succesion and secondary? Why are there these differences? How do I answer the second question
  86. American Government

    3. Which philosophers of the European Enlightenment influenced the founding documents of American government through their theory of social contract? A. Michel de Montaigne and Denis Diderot B. Charles de Montesquieu and Mary Wollstonecraft C. Thomas Hobbes and John Locke*** D...
  87. history

    what were the differences in goals of athens and sparta?? also what were the differences in origin of each? thanks!
  88. American Gov

    True or False: All societies have differences. Politics provides ways to resolve differences without resorting to violenceor
  89. written communication

    Identify one or more ways that the cultural differences in the scenario you choose may be leading to miscommunication. How would you resolve these differences?
  90. Child Growth & Development

    Do you know of any websites that would help me with this following question. Describe three or more differences between genders during teenage years? Regarding physical/ emotional differences. Thank you for your help
  91. Anthropology

    How do we distinguish between sex differences and gender differences? Is it possible to always isolate biological influences from those that are cultural?! Answer this question as possible as you can! I would appriciate your help so so so much:)))
  92. World History

    05.06 HC)Suppose a historian wanted to argue that the Enlightenment had a more positive influence on the American Revolution than on the French Revolution. Which statement below would be the strongest evidence for the historian's view? The French Revolution overthrew a ...
  93. psychology

    Within groups, differences in intelligence are highly correlated with_______. Between groups, differences are highly correlated with ________. a) heritability: environment b)environment: genes c) heritability:random error in measurment d) genes: the heritability estimate my ...
  94. modern world

    I don't understand what the difference is in how does the view of history influenced by Darwinism differ from the view of history influenced by the Enlightenment idea of progress??? Darwin didn't intend his theories of evolution to apply to humans and their history. He was ...
  95. socials

    i am asked to do a project of the english philosophers, what are the major works (with dates) for baron de montesquieu
  96. character education

    Which of the following does NOT describe where morality comes from? an inner sense of right and wrong culture and tradition philosophers' debates C?
  97. BIOLOGY

    What are the differences between the effects on excessively high, cool, and freezing temperatures on a living organism as compared with an enzyme? What is the significance of these differences?
  98. com 425

    Discuss the following cultural differences you have observed in your workplace and how these differences affected communication? Styles of dress Different uses of time, views of punctuality, etc.
  99. history

    Which impact of the Enlightenment do you consider most important? Why?
  100. communications

    Which would be an appropriate way to use the DECIDE tool in response to research suggesting that there are differences between the way men and women communicate? 1.Define your communication goal regardless of the differences. 2. Not evaluate the differences because men and ...
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