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Which of the following describes the Enlightenment idea of natural law? The idea that people consent to government authority and in return the government protects their rights The idea that people are born with rights that no government can take

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  1. Civics

    Which of the following describes the Enlightenment idea of natural law? The idea that people consent to government authority and in return the government protects their rights The idea that people are born with rights that no government can take away ***
  2. 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
  3. goverment

    The Enlightenment idea of “natural rights” is that _________. Select one of the options below as your answer: A. monarchs rule by divine right B. people have natural rights that governments cannot arbitrarily take away C. ethical principles are capable
  4. social studies

    1.How did humanism affect the Enlightenment? A. It led people to return to traditional religious beliefs. B. It led people to turn away from scientific explanations of events. C. It led people to apply logic and reason to understand the world. D. It led to
  5. Civics

    The phrase "We the People of the United Sates" Reflects the idea that everyone is entitled to certain rights*** Reflects the fact that the colonist were still trying to repair their relationship with the king Reflects the fact that ordinary people were
  6. Social Studies

    The idea of "natural rights" means that a) Government has a right to rule because the citizens consent. b) Government authority is more important than citizens' rights. c) People are born with rights that cannot be taken away. **** d) People have the right
  7. Social Studies

    Four statements by Enlightenment writers: 1. To secure these rights, Governemts are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers form the consent of the governed. 2. When a Monarchy is once bitten it the quick, by those Democratical writers...It wants
  8. government

    Which statement BEST describes the philosophy of Sir Robert Filmer? A. Kings derive their power from the consent of their subjects. B. Kings have a divine right to absolute authority over their subjects. C. Government’s principle duty is to protect the
  9. History

    “Picture that you are one of the founding fathers of the United States helping the Continental Congress form the new American government. Choose one enlightenment idea/view you feel is most important to include in the new government structure . explain
  10. geography

    Which Enlightenment idea influenced the Founding Fathers to include the phrase “We The People” in the United States Constitution?
  11. History

    Which statement is an Enlightenment idea that Jefferson used in the Declaration of Independence? A.** People get their rights from governments. B. Kings get their power from God. C. Governments exist to protect people. D. People should always obey their
  12. History

    The rule of law, established by Hammurabi, was the idea that a.) different laws apply to people of different social ranking b.) all members of society, even the rich and powerful, must obey the law c.) there is no difference between civil and criminal law
  13. Social studies

    Which Enlightenment idea influenced the Founding Fathers to include the phrase “We The People” in the United States Constitution? pls
  14. english

    Click on the box to choose whether each sentence restates the key idea expressed in the key sentence. Key Idea: When hot weather arrives and the nation takes to the outdoors, mishaps multiply. Drowning is the fourth most frequent cause of accidental
  15. English

    from "The Mouse" What do Theodoric's attempts to dislodge the mouse represent? A. his acceptance of the idea that being comfortable is more important than being fashionable B. his acceptance of the idea that people should never expose their undergarments
  16. history

    How did the Enlightenment influence the American and French Revolutions? Enlightenment emphasis on Protestant Christianity caused people to rebel against Catholic authority. Notions of full social equality caused the slave populations to rise up and
  17. World History

    How did the Enlightenment influence the American and French Revolutions? Notions of full social equality caused the slave populations to rise up and overthrow their masters in favor of a democratic system. Enlightenment philosophers published pamphlets in
  18. World 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
  19. 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
  20. 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
  21. Social Studies

    HELP DADDY OR GONNA GIVE ME A SPANKIN THEN imma say Si papi Which Daoist belief about leadership is discussed in this passage? A. the idea that rulers must enforce harsh laws to maintain order and harmony B. the idea that leaders should take little action
  22. History

    The first paragraph of the Declaration of Independence also laid out the concept of "______," the idea that legitimate governments are run by and for the People. • taxation without representation • consent of the governed*** • popularity contests
  23. History

    The first paragraph of the Declaration of Independence also laid out the concept of "______," the idea that legitimate governments are run by and for the People. • taxation without representation • consent of the governed*** • popularity contests
  24. Humanities

    Explain the focus on the idea of natural law as an extension of human nature during the conclusion of the seventeenth century.
  25. History

    Which accurately defines humanism? A) a perspective that emerged out of the Renaissance which places humanity at the center of all inquiry. B) an idea of the Scientific Revolution which holds that humans are meant to be the lords of the natural world. C) a
  26. science

    A student states that natural resources could be saved if people made everything they need in labs. What is the main problem with this idea? A)People might think it is fine to waste a lot of the materials since they just came from a lab. B)There are not
  27. World history; Check:P

    Before the 1500s, who and what were the final authorities with regard to most knowledge? The church and it's leaders, the bible, and the king/queen. If they could not come up with an answer to a question, they would say that God did it. 2.What was the
  28. World History B

    How did the Enlightenment influence the American and French Revolutions? a)Ideas about full social equality caused the slave populations to rise up and overthrow their masters in favor of a democratic system. b)Enlightenment philosophers published
  29. Social Studies

    The excerpt below is Article 6 of the "Declaration of the Rights of Man," the document that founded the French Republic on August 26, 1789. Use this excerpt below to answer the following question: Law is the expression of the general will. Every citizen
  30. science

    what is the big idea of energy? The big idea for me is that mass and energy is one in the same, that each can be converted to the other. For some others, the big idea is that Entropy is created from useful energy, and in natural processes, that energy
  31. Understanding Paragraphs

    Read each of the following paragraph and underline the topic sentence. Many people assume that the law is based on the consent of citizens, that is treats citizens equally, and that it serves the best interest of society. If we simply read the U.S
  32. Science

    Which statement best describes why the steady state theory cannot explain the radiation detected in space? (1 point) The theory is based on the idea that galaxies and stars are continuously replaced; therefore, facts about radiations would not be included
  33. Government

    This is my answer and the comment for it was to answer in the greater detail could you tell me where I can expend my answer? Thank you. 1. In your opinion, what is the importance of the United States being "a nation of law, not of any individual, or group
  34. the french revolution.

    One reason that many people began questioning the idea of a monarchy was the excesses of Louis XVI. Check this site for more information. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_Revolution WHY DID MANY PEOPLE BEGIN TO QUESTION THE IDEA OF A MONARCHY?
  35. History

    In his book Two Treatises on Government, Locke refuted the divine right of Monarchy, and established a theory which states that all men are men are born free and equal. Each person should have equal access to the natural rights of life, liberty, and
  36. 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
  37. developmental reading

    what are the processes in finding the main idea and where can you find the main idea? There are several articles here which discuss the "main idea" of something.
  38. American History

    1. To what idea does the term “states’ rights” refer? The federal government derives its power directly from the people, so states must obey federal law. The states must be able to depend upon federal law to protect their individual interests. The
  39. social studies

    The First Amendment begins: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. What was the motivation for making this idea a cornerstone of American law? (1 point) Churches did not want to pay
  40. English rep of an algebraic problem

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  41. language arts

    1. which of the following statements most accurately describes Mr. Lapham and his daughter in law Mrs. Lapham? A. Mr. Lapham is kindly and pious; Mr. Lapham is pragmatic and determined B. Mr. Lapham is concerned about money; Mrs. Lapham is concerned about
  42. US history

    In writing the Declerationf Independence, Thomas Jefferson was influenced most by John Locke's idea of 1 due process of law 2 natural rights 3 the rights of the accused 4 the right to privacy Is the answer 2 ?
  43. Language Arts 6 A

    I'm going a head in language I need help quick Which phrase describes supporting details?(1 point) what a text is mostly about what a text is called the facts about a topic the titles of sections in a text Which kinds of details should be used to help
  44. History

    Word Bank : Popular Sovereignty, Republicanism, Federalism, Separation of Powers, Checks and Balances, Limited gov, Individual Rights 1. aidivion of power between the states and federal gov some power is reintaed for the federal gov some for the states and
  45. language arts

    which of the following statements most accurately describes Mr. Lapham and his daughter-in-law Mrs. Lapham? A. Mr. Lapham is kindly and pious; Mrs. Lapham is pragmatic and determined B. Mr. Lapham is concerned about money; Mrs. Lapham is concerned about
  46. Social Studies--Check My 1 Answers Please--

    What was "Manifest Destiny"? a. the idea that Americans of European descent were superior to Native Americans b. the idea that woman were destined to attain political equality with men c. the idea that America was destined to expand to cover the entire
  47. english

    1. An analogy helps clarify a complex idea by: A. presenting several definitions of the idea. B. comparing the idea with a simpler one C. breaking down the idea into smaller pieces D. pointing our a single common trait between two topics. I think it's B?
  48. language

    Select the word or words that the italicized phrase modifies or describes. 1. A growing of tourists are pursuing the idea of ecotourism, TRAVELING DESIGNED TO SUPPORT AND RESPECT THE ENVIRONMENT. a) number b) tourists c) idea d) ecotourism
  49. Pe

    Making the World a better place and the big idea of KINDNESS, starts with ___________________. a A Big idea b Just one person c A group of people coming together d A note
  50. History

    Which correctly defines divine right? A)the belief that people have the right to challenge religious authority B)the idea that religious leaders should guide society and the state C)the belief that all people are born with God-given rights D)the idea that
  51. English

    Which option best describes a main idea of "Kuba Khan" Society tends to fear creative people Creative people are welcome in society Society tends to love creative people< Hail is a problem in many societies
  52. Math please help me

    "Ned No-Idea" was what everyone called him. His real name was Ned Franklin, but everywhere he went he was called "Ned No-Idea." Every time someone asked him a question, he said "I have no idea!” He didn’t even try to think; he just said, "I have no
  53. English

    I have to write an essay on second hand lion about an important idea in the film and why it is a worthwhile idea in the film. I want to do the importance of the past because of the flash backs do you think this is the right idea and if so what should my 3
  54. 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
  55. Psychology

    I need to write a paper regarding a social injustice, but I can't think of any good ideas. I was thinking maybe the fact that people today feel like they need to pay reparations to modern Blacks because their ancestors were slaves is a social injustice,
  56. language arts

    which of the following statements from Johnny Tremain most accurately describes Mr. Latham and his daughter-in law Mrs. Latham? A. Mr. Lapham is kindly and pious; Mrs. Lapham is pragmatic and determined B. Mr. Laphan is concerned about money; Mrs. Latham
  57. civics

    Which statement BEST describes the philosophy of John Locke? A. There is no need for government since natural law will ensure that humanity continues to progress. B. Governments should have separation of powers to ensure their citizens retain the greatest
  58. English

    Noun means a person,place thing or idea. List 3 things for each. Person: teacher,doctor,nurse Place: park,school,store Thing: pen,notebook,book Idea: I need help with the idea Please help Thank you! idea: Peace, tranquility, hope, love, hatred. Ideas might
  59. In-class presentation URGENT history

    Hi Look, I'm stuck. I've been trying to get an idea all week. The last thing that I want to do is use a powerpoint as my visual aid. In fact i've removed it from even being considered. At one point I thought about doing a video confrence or asking
  60. In-class presentation (history)

    Hi Look, I'm stuck. I've been trying to get an idea all week. The last thing that I want to do is use a powerpoint as my visual aid. In fact i've removed it from even being considered. At one point I thought about doing a video confrence or asking
  61. LA helppp

    1)The most catastrophic natural disaster in the U.S was a Category 4, or extreme, hurricane that struck Galveston, Texas on September 8,1900. 2)A 15-foot storm surge killed more than 8,000 people on the low-lying island. 3) In an effort to prevent a
  62. English

    Can you look at my rough outline to see if my points and my main idea is relevant to my focus? And if it isn't, please give me specific ideas on how to improve? ---- I'm writing a paragraph on the focus: A leader is a representative of the totalitarian
  63. Language Arts

    (1)The most catastrophic natural disaster in the United States was a category 4 or extreme, hurricane that struck Galveston, Texas, on September 8, 1900.(2) A 15-foot storm surge killed more than 8,000 people on the low-lying island.(3) In a effort to
  64. Biology

    In which case would a widely accepted scientific idea MOST likely be revised? A) when an error is found in a previous calculation B) when scientists calculate a quantity with greater accuracy C) when several well-tested findings go against the accepted
  65. Webshop

    Hello there I am lacking an idea/ideas to write my entrepreneurship hand in report. It doesnt have to be a great idea but useable idea/s that can fits canvas model....if any of you have one, write it down and few reason why you think it is great. Thanks
  66. social studies

    what belief is the principle of popular sovereignty based upon? A. government must be run by officials who are appointed to office by their predecessors B. government gets its power from the people and can exist only with their consent C. people have
  67. World History Unit 2 Lesson 4 The American Revo...

    World History Unit 2 Lesson 4 The American Revolution 1. Why did colonists resent the new taxes imposed by Parliament after 1763? Answer - B. Because the colonists did not have a say in Parliament 2. With which of the following statements would a farmer of
  68. US History

    Read the following paraphrase from George Washington's Farewell Address and answer the following question. People have the right to make and alter their governments. But the constitution is sacred law until changed by the whole people together. The very
  69. the big idea of energy

    i have to do an assesment about sound. i have to include the big idea of energy. i have no clue what it is! HHEELLPP MMEE!! What do you mean when you say "the big idea of energy"? I know that sound is created by vibrations, but I'm not sure that's exactly
  70. Language Arts

    Central Idea and Theme Quick Check What is a main idea? (1 point) an action that leads to the main event in a text a lesson that is not stated in a text a concept introduced in the middle of a text a short statement of the main events of a text XXX What is
  71. the big idea of energy KS3

    what is the big idea of energy? To A. Einstein, it was that Energy and Mass are equivalent, and that the sum total of both, with a factor called entropy, is constant in the universe. what is the big idea of energy i need help on finding out what the big
  72. PHYSICS!!!

    Hooke's law describes a certain light spring of unstressed length 36.0 cm. When one end is attached to the top of a door frame and a 6.40 kg object is hung from the other end, the length of the spring is 44.00 cm. (a) Find its spring constant I found the
  73. SS

    What is the basis for the the economic theory of mercantilism that drove the exploration and settlement of North America by Europeans? Mercantilism is rooted in the idea that a nation’s power stems from the authority of an absolute monarch. Mercantilism
  74. Western Civilization

    Please suggest some good cites to complete the following essay assignment: In your short essay assignment you need to analyze how the new enlightened worldview would lead people to challenge traditional notions of society, the state, politics and religion.
  75. english

    Click on the box to choose whether each sentence restates the key idea expressed in the key sentence. Key Idea: When hot weather arrives and the nation takes to the outdoors, mishaps multiply. Drowning is the fourth most frequent cause of accidental death
  76. geography

    The idea of "natural rights" means that
  77. science

    Which BEST explains the difference between a scientific theory and a scientific law (A) a law is based on evidence, while a theory is based just on ideas (B)a theory can become a law, but a law cannot become a theory (C) a theory explains a natural
  78. Can some1 read over my application paragraph?

    Topic: what do u see in the future of washington (state) My vision of the future Washington is merely an abstract idea. I wish to study Law and Political Science to eventually become some kind of activist, whether it is lobbying, or advocate in some
  79. Social Studies

    How did humanism affect the Enlightenment? A. It led people to return to traditional religious beliefs.*** B. It led people to turn away from scientific explanations of events. C. It led people to apply logic and reason to understand the world. D. It led
  80. English

    Hi for my english class, we have to make an invention using cheap material that is useful, original, and provides a solution to a problem. We actually have to show the class like a prototype of it and I have no idea what to do! Mines on tuesday and I'm so
  81. English

    I need some help on figuring out the main idea of "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." I know that for most of the part, Huck and Jim float on a raft down the Mississippi River and on the way, they encounter many people and obstacles. At the end of the
  82. history

    What type of law is created by a legislative body? (1 point) common law constitutional law natural law statutory law
  83. language arts

    Most forest fires and wildfires are natural. They clear away debris, old brush, and dying trees, leaving heartier trees better able to grow. In fact, some trees only produce seeds when heated by fire. If a wildfire removes thick shrubs and undergrowth, the
  84. biology

    What molecular evidence supports the idea of natural selection?
  85. geography

    How does the Declaration of Independence reflect the idea of natural rights
  86. ELA

    What is the difference between a topic and a central idea? a)A topic is the subject, while the central idea is what the writer thinks about the topic after research. b)A central idea is the subject, while the topic is what the writer thinks about the
  87. English

    What is the difference between a topic and a central idea? A. A central idea includes supporting details about the topic B. A topic is the subject, while the central idea is what the writer thinks about the topic after research. C.A central idea is the
  88. Chemistry

    Two natural gas storage tanks, with volumes of 1.5 x 104 and 2.2 x 104L, are at the same temperature. The tanks are connected by pipes that equalize their pressures. What fraction of the stored natural gas is in the larger tank? I have no idea how to go
  89. Calculus Help?

    I have no idea where to start? A survey of one thousand people found that 70% of the people have a CD player, 85% have a telephone, and 45.2% have a computer. At least how many people have all three objects?
  90. science

    A scientific theory is something that has been tested and there is a general idea of. A scientific law is something that has proven itself, and is agreed, to be a thing that is part of natural order, it can never change. On the other hand, a scientific
  91. English

    Coins Coins were first invented in the 7th century B.C.. in Lydia. They were made from gold and silver. People made coins of different sizes and gave them different values. Coins were good in many ways. First, they could be carried easily. Second, they
  92. History: World War 1

    Hi beautiful people. I am struggling to find a primary source to back up the oft cited claim that Germany was not allowed into the League of Nations. Given that the covenant itself contains no such proscriptions and I am not finding it in the Treaty of
  93. History

    Do you agree with Darwin's idea of natural selection. Why or why not. Give minimum of 3 examples. thanx
  94. Science 7

    In three to five sentences, explain how the fossil record provides evidence for the idea of natural selection.
  95. History

    5. Which best defines peak oil? a spiritual theory based on the idea that oil consumption must cease to save the earth before humankind is doomed an economic and scientific theory based on the idea that oil reserves are unlimited and increase with every
  96. 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,
  97. social studies

    The rule of law, established under Hammurabi, was the idea that
  98. calculus

    use the law of logarithms to expand and simplify. ln(e^x)/(1+e^x) Please help, i have no idea..
  99. English

    1) Which phrase describes one purpose of headings in an informative text?to make the text more interesting to provide details that support the central idea to explain the main idea of a section** to show the relationship between the ideas presented 2)
  100. ela

    Which description defines a claim?(1 point) a fact that supports an idea a fact that supports an idea an opinion based on facts an opinion based on facts an assertion that something is true an assertion that something is trueHow are reasons different from

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