1. Voltaire

    Why was Voltaire interested in the philosophy of John Locke and the ideas of Sir Isaac Newton?
  2. 10GRADE HONOR WLD-HISTORY/ENGLISH

    How did the political and social ideas of the five philosophers John Locke, Thomas Hobbes, Voltaire, Baron de Montesquieu, and Denis Diderot, impact social equality, democracy, human rights, constitutionalism, and nationalism?
  3. History

    Which accurately describes one of Sir Isaac Newton’s advancements in astronomy? using a barometer, Newton was able to prove Copernicus heliocentric theory using trigonometry, Newton was able to calculate the size of our solar system newton invented the
  4. Socials Studies

    1. What would be the modus operandi for john locke 2.John Locke's Major influence(Who did he admire and study) 3. John Locke's political views?
  5. political science- PHL

    hello can u help me please? write a few words about Machiavelli, Locke and how they are relevant today? John Locke is another philosopher who is considered as relevant today for some of his ideas he expressed. His writings were a great influence to the
  6. TV show lost and philosophy

    In class, we are learning about john locke and his view on free will and personal idenity. I know the john locke on the tv show Lost is like him so I was wondering if the philosopher and the tv characters are like regarding personal idenitity and free
  7. 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
  8. i need help

    Which statement BEST describes the philosophy of John Locke?
  9. English

    In which of the following sentences do you find a comma or commas used correctly? A. After a fire at their home, Carlie and her mother rented a house in Glendale, Arizona from November 14, 2007 to January 28, 2008. B. William of Orange, arrived in England
  10. Enlish

    Which of the following sentences shows correct usage of a comma or commas? A. Claire's plum pudding was mainly distinctive, for its absence of plums. B. Christopher Wren, a contemporary of Isaac Newton and John Locke, was the architect of St. Paul's
  11. Philosophy

    Isaac Newton was one of the greatest physicists of all time. (After all,) he was the discoverer of the law of gravity. My answer: in the parenthesis is a premise indicator
  12. 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
  13. English

    Which of the following sentences shows correct usage of a comma or commas? A. Christopher Wren, a contemporary of Isaac Newton and John Locke, was the architect of St. Paul's Cathedral. B. William of Orange, arrived in England in 1688, to claim the English
  14. Math

    Sr. John and his wife went to a party where four other married couples were present. Every person shook hands whit everyone he or she was no acquainted with. When the handshaking was over , Sir John asked everyone how many hands they shook. Sir. John was
  15. philosophy

    Between the Buddha, John Locke, David Hume, and Derek Parfit, which philosopher has the most convincing account of personal identity?
  16. 8th grade history

    In the chart below summarize the main ideas of the three thinkers in your own words. Focus on their unique ideas, or what they contribute. John Locke Charles de Montesquieu Jean-Jacques Rousseau
  17. Socials-Ms. Sue

    Ms. Sue, thanks to you, I have got to know a lot about Voltaire. Seriously If I have to pick a philosopher that I would agree with, then it would be Voltaire as well. In my book there was very little info about him, so that's why I didn't really get to
  18. World History

    How are John Locke's ideas being used in today's society?
  19. english

    I am to create a timeline that illustrates the history of children's literature in western culture using five key milestones of children's literature. Can you please tell me if these milestones I have chosen would be correct to use: 1-invention and
  20. World History

    how does John Locke's ideas reflect the feelings of the enlightenment
  21. civics

    In what ways does the Declaration of independence express the ideas of John Locke ?
  22. World History

    How did the ideas of John Locke later influence the American Declaration of Independence? Thanks -MC
  23. philosophy

    According to Locke, if I don't remember performing some particular action, am I culpable for that action? Explain why or why not, making reference to Locke's theory of personal identity.
  24. Science - Newton

    How did Isaac Newton affect the Heliocentric Theory?
  25. philosophy

    what would john locke think about the sci-fi movie "total recall" He believed men were driven by greed. The villian in the movie was just as greedy as they come. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Locke
  26. Psychology

    What do the results of twin studies on IQ say about John Locke's tabula rasa theory? I have to write an essay based on this question. Can someone help me with info on twin studies and IQ like between monozygotic and dizygotic? I also need help figuring out
  27. history

    i need to make a biography and a birth certificate on one of the founding fathers of confidiration.for my homework i chose John A.Macdonald i need some information on him:) This site has information about Sir John A. Macdonald.
  28. Humanities

    Quote at least two pairs of related lines from the Declaration of Independence and from John Locke's Of Civil Government. support the idea that Thomas Jefferson was influenced by Locke.
  29. History

    1:Which philosophers of the European Enlightenment influenced the founding documents of American government through their theory of a social contract? A:Michel de Montaigne and Denis Diderot B:Charles de Montesquieu and Mary Wollstonecraft C:Thomas Hobbes
  30. Government Check

    1.)Why was it important to the Founding Fathers to justify their actions by evoking traditional English rights? a.)Because they were extreme reactionaries who disagreed with the ideals of the Enlightenment =b.)Because, as members of the social elite, they
  31. History

    What ideas were brought forth by John Locke’s Two Treatises of Civil Government? (Select all that apply.) social contract checks and balances religious freedom natural rights A and D
  32. History

    What ideas were brought forth by John Locke’s Two Treatises of Civil Government? (Select all that apply.) social contract checks and balances religious freedom natural rights A and D
  33. World History

    Which statement supports the claim that the political philosophy of John Locke was as revolutionary as the scientific revolution of Copernicus? *****a. Just as Copernicus replaced the Earth with the Sun at the center of the solar system, Locke replaced the
  34. 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
  35. PHI445

    Who is generally given credit for introducing fundamental human rights into the American political system? A) Thomas Hobbes B) John Locke C) Thomas Jefferson D) Alain Locke
  36. 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
  37. Philosophy

    In what way are usufruct rights similar to John Locke's concept of private property? A. In order to establish a right to private property one must mix one's labor with property held in common B. usufruct rights are in no way similar to Locke's concept of
  38. 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?
  39. Allusions in Frankenstein!

    I was wondering what reliable sources can I use for my paper in order to ask this question here?:Reseach at least three of the following scientific allusions present in the novel, Frankenstein, the stories behind them, and if possible, their presence and
  40. philosophy

    Russell is arguing that philosophy is valuable. You'll want to think about his argument using his own key ideas: •How does he think philosophy is different from science? •Does he think philosophy is different from science in a good or bad sense, like
  41. Social Studies

    Based on knowledge of John Locke, why did there exist among some humans the desire to debase and murder Jews during the Holocaust? I know that Locke believed all people are born good, and they are entitled to life libierty, and property, but how does this
  42. JOHN LOCKE QUOTES

    i need john locke quotes on secession please and thank you. :)
  43. 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
  44. 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
  45. 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
  46. 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
  47. Philosophy

    Based on your understanding of the different theories of personal identity, which of the following philosophers is most likely to have said: "The mind is a kind of theatre, where several perceptions successively make their appearance; pass, re-pass, glide
  48. world history

    who is isaac newton?
  49. Science/History

    On my previous post at 3.22pm (& 3.29pm) pm I asked what famous scientists did Isaac Newton work with. Unfortnately no-one has answered and I have been unable to find a website that tells me. I have come across Edmund Halley name linked to Newton's would
  50. science

    need help with an essay about Isaac Newton and his 3 laws.
  51. science

    I need help with an explanation about Isaac Newton and his three laws.
  52. world history

    what were all of Isaac Newton's inventions or discoveries?
  53. science

    need help with information about Isaac Newton and how he found gravity
  54. physics

    Which idea did Isaac Newton’s experiments with light support?
  55. Sentence structure

    1)Voltaire presents his ideas of injustice through comedy by exaggerating the aristocrats’ life style. In this sentence do I include an "s" after style? Also, which is correct in this sentence, "life style" or "lifestyle". 2)Voltaire’s representation
  56. History

    European exploration was inspired by popular books, including those written by __________. A.Sir John Mandeville and Marco Polo B.Marco Polo and Leif Ericson C.Bartolomeu Dias and Vasco da Gama D.Sir John Mandeville and Bartolomeu Dias Help please!!
  57. World History

    What ideas were brought forth by John Locke’s Two Treatises of Civil Government? (Select all that apply.) religious freedom checks and balances social contract natural rights I googled this question, but I never really saw any clear answer, just a lot
  58. English

    between hobbes and locke whose philosophy would creon follow ? antigone?
  59. Physics

    Who was Isaac Newton? Write a brief paragraph about his life and work (include a bibliography)
  60. 8gradeHistory. ASAP Please.

    The words and ideas of John Locke a.influenced the writers of the English Bill of Rights, the Articles of Confederation, and the Mayflower Compact. b. are preserved in the Mayflower Compact. c. constitute the first 10 amendments to the Constitution. d.
  61. 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
  62. philosophy

    What makes a same person over time according to Thomas Reid. I know that for locke, a same person over time means that your personal idenity and consciousness stay the same. Like you can cut a hand off, but you are still the same person. I read all the
  63. Philosophy

    What ideas and events in Europe influence philosophy in the USA. How are these philosophies similar and different?
  64. Philosophy

    HOW ARE PRAGMATISM AND ANALYTIC PHILOSOPHY UNIQUELY AMERICAN MOVEMENTS? AND WHAT ARE SOME IDEAS THAT MAKE THEM DIFFERENT FROM THE WAY EUROPEANS OF THE SAME PERIOD WERE THINKING?
  65. HISTORY

    Greek educators, religious reformers,scientist of intellectual revolution, political philosophers constructed the door through when the pilgrims entered the new world when they arrived. [Critically analyze] who are the Greek educators? who are the
  66. history

    i need to come up with 5 modern day, living people who would agree with the enlightenment philosopher, Voltaire's ideas
  67. School

    Over time, non-specialists are usually able to assimilate radically new scientific ideas, even though these ideas may seem strange when they are initially introduced. Such was the case with Newtonian physics; when Newton proposed his ideas regarding motion
  68. crt

    Over time, non-specialists are usually able to assimilate radically new scientific ideas, even though these ideas may seem strange when they are initially introduced. Such was the case with Newtonian physics; when Newton proposed his ideas regarding motion
  69. philosophy

    o Which of the Pre-Socratic philosophers had the most compelling ideas? o Briefly summarize the philosopher’s idea or ideas. o Why do you find these ideas compelling? o Include a practical example of one of the philosopher’s ideas in your response.
  70. crt 205

    Over time, non-specialists are usually able to assimilate radically new scientific ideas, even though these ideas may seem strange when they are initially introduced. Such was the case with Newtonian physics; when Newton proposed his ideas regarding motion
  71. Critical Thinking

    Over time, non-specialists are usually able to assimilate radically new scientific ideas, even though these ideas may seem strange when they are initially introduced. Such was the case with Newtonian physics; when Newton proposed his ideas regarding motion
  72. crt thinking

    Over time, non-specialists are usually able to assimilate radically new scientific ideas, even though these ideas may seem strange when they are initially introduced. Such was the case with Newtonian physics; when Newton proposed his ideas regarding motion
  73. History

    Word box : 1st Amendment, 5th Amendment, Fear that strong gov would violate personal liberties, Baron Charles de Montesquieu, John Locke, responsibilities of citizenship, religous freedom, economic opportuinities, William Blackstone, Adam Smith, Political
  74. 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
  75. Newtonian physics

    Over time, non-specialists are usually able to assimilate radically new scientific ideas, even though these ideas may seem strange when they are initially introduced. Such was the case with Newtonian physics; when Newton proposed his ideas regarding motion
  76. english

    Which label best fits the following text? Sir Isaac Newton, the first person who studied gravity seriously, discovered what is known as the law of universal gravitation. It defines the amount of attraction of one particle of matter on another particle of
  77. Social Studies

    What did John Locke primarily write about?
  78. philosophy

    describe Christianity’s impact on philosophy. Include the following topics in your response: - the rise of Christianity in philosophy - key contributors to Christianity’s impact on philosophy - principle Christianized philosophical issues
  79. religon

    Who was the faters of the following isaac and Ishmael cain and able jehoshaphat nimrod absalom and soloman samuel lot esau and jacob joseph and his bothers david simeon peter ephriam and manasseh racheal and leah moab samson joshua jesse johnathan rehoboam
  80. SoCiAl(again)

    Which Enlightenment writer expressed the idea that the relationship between government and the people it governs is a social contract? a- Cincinnatus b- John Locke c- Cicero d- Baron de Montesquieu could it be d? I've never even heard of
  81. math

    Jayden wants to be a fast runner like his big brother, Isaac. Isaac encourages Jayden to do a “30 for 30” challenge. This would require Jayden to spend 30 minutes outside every day for 30 days doing some type of physical activity. In return, Isaac
  82. AP GOVT

    According to John Locke's 'Second Treatise of Civil Government', what is the importance of the constitution?
  83. Civics

    How is the declaration related to John Locke's idea of the social contract?
  84. AP GOVT

    what documents in american politics have been influenced by John Locke's philosophies
  85. World History

    What advice do you think John Locke would give to American politicians today?
  86. college

    john locke and his view on free will and personal idenity natue vs nuture
  87. Psychology

    Please check my answers and let me know if they are right or wrong. 1. Behaviorism as a means of studying the mind emerged due to the limitations of Introspection. Behaviorists examine: >subjective behavior. >covert behavior. >overt behavior.x (My
  88. world civics

    what authoritites support john locke's argument in a letter concering toleration
  89. AP GOVT

    What documents in American politics have been influenced by John Locke's philosophies? (specific examples)
  90. Physical Science

    Because light travels in a straight line and casts a shadow, Isaac Newton hypothesized that light is A. a stream of particles. B. a wave. C. heat.
  91. American Government

    I am having difficulty completing the following essay questions..... Explain the purpose of THE FEDERALIST PAPERS and their effect on American founding documents. What are standing committees in Congress? What duties and functions do they perform? Include
  92. Civics

    How did the ideas of Locke and montesquieu influence our founders views on our government?
  93. social studies

    What important ideas came from Locke and Montesquieu? Can you give me some sites?
  94. ENGLISH

    Over time, non-specialists are usually able to assimilate radically new scientific ideas, even though these ideas may seem strange when they are initially introduced. Such was the case with Newtonian physics; when Newton proposed his ideas regarding motion
  95. World History

    Who was an English philosopher who believed all people have natural rights? My best guess is John Locke.
  96. politics

    2.Which of the following was not an influence on the Framers? a.Plato's Republic b.the Magna Carta c.John Locke's Second Treatise on Government d.the Mayflower Compact A?
  97. philosophy

    who were the key contributors to Christianity’s impact on philosophy? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Christian_philosophers =) John Wesley ought to be added to that list, and here is his central thesis, as an ebook:
  98. science

    Am i correct saying that Isaac Newton studied at Trinity College, Cambridge and University of Cambridge, Royal Society and Royal Mint. Any help is appreciated. Many thanks.
  99. Philosophy

    Derek Parfit believed that the split brain experiments provided evidence in favor of which of the following? Select one: a. Determinism b. Free will c. Hume's bundle theory d. The human soul e. Locke's memory theory I think b
  100. HIS

    i need help with theses please<< Magna Carta , Mayflower Compact, Articles of Confederation,Northwest Ordinance, Declaration of Independence.<< Summarize what this is… Why they are Notable... these go to the following.. Summarize who this