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  • 1. To more historical figures Auto or Demo 1 2 3 4A 1 2 3 4Q 1 2 3 4T 1 2 3 4J
  • 2. 2 34 1 4 K 1 2 3 4 B 3 4 1 2 P 1 2 3 4 R 1 3 4 M 2
  • 3. Baron de Montesquieu (1689-1755)This was not his original name. His uncle dies leaving him the title Baron de Montesquieu. Imagine taking your Uncle’s name as your name. Trippy, eh?
  • 4. Where is Montesquieu from? Back to Main
  • 5. Montesquieu (1 Box) stAutocracy or Democracy?
  • 6. Montesquieu (1 Box) stAutocracy or Democracy? BOTH(Leaning towards autocracy) Back to Main
  • 7. Baron de MontesquieuIdeal form of government:
  • 8. Baron de MontesquieuIdeal form of government: “Separation of Power” Back to Main
  • 9. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons:
  • 10. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons:It gives power to 3 branches of government: King / President- enforces law Parliament /Congress- makes the law Court System-interprets law Back to Main
  • 11. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons:Separation of Powers = 3 B……… of Govt?
  • 12. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons:Separation of Powers = 3 Branches of Govt?
  • 13. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons: Separation of Powers = 3 Branches of Govt.Legislative Executive Judicial
  • 14. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons: Separation of Powers = 3 Branches of Govt. Legislative Executive JudicialKing / President Parliament / Congress Judges / Courts
  • 15. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons: Separation of Powers = 3 Branches of Govt. Legislative Executive JudicialKing / President Parliament / Congress Judges / Courts WAKE UP, AMERICA! What is wrong here?
  • 16. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons: Separation of Powers = 3 Branches of Govt. Legislative Executive JudicialKing / President Parliament / Congress Judges / Courts Switch, right?
  • 17. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons: Separation of Powers = 3 Branches of Govt. Legislative Executive JudicialKing / President Parliament / Congress Judges / Courts Switch, right?
  • 18. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons: Separation of Powers = 3 Branches of Govt. Legislative Executive JudicialKing / President Parliament / Congress Judges / Courts NO! These two… be sure to know and review what you write in this class. Mr P will LIE to you both knowingly and unknowingly. Be responsible for your own learning.
  • 19. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons: Separation of Powers = 3 Branches of Govt. Legislative Executive JudicialParliament /Congress King / President Judges / Courts
  • 20. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons: Separation of Powers = 3 Branches of Govt. Legislative Executive JudicialParliament /Congress King / President Judges / Courts Makes Laws Enforces Laws Interprets Laws Checks and Balances?Back to main
  • 21. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons: Separation of Powers = 3 Branches of Govt. Legislative Executive JudicialParliament /Congress King / President Judges / Courts Makes Laws Enforces Laws Interprets Laws Checks and Balances?Back to main
  • 22. Baron de Montesquieu Can People be Trusted?:
  • 23. Baron de Montesquieu Can People be Trusted?:Yes, but there should always be people checking on one another. Checks and Balances? Back to main
  • 24. Baron de Montesquieu Can People be Trusted?:Yes, but there should always be people checking on one another. Checks and Balances? Legislative Executive Judicial Back to main
  • 25. Plato 427 B.C.-347 B.C Socrates’ studentWrote The Republic (Allegory of the Cave)
  • 26. Where is Plato from? Back to Main
  • 27. Plato (1 Box) stAutocracy or Democracy?
  • 28. Plato (1 Box) st BothSlightly towards autocracy Back to main
  • 29. PlatoIdeal Form of Government:
  • 30. PlatoIdeal Form of Government: Disagreed w/ Both
  • 31. Plato Ideal Form of Government: a) Disagreed w/ Bothb) “Philosopher Kings” Back to main
  • 32. PlatoMain Reasons:
  • 33. Plato Main Reasons: a) Democracy = people are ignorant Autocracy = leaders become corruptb) Educate people how to be good citizensc) Talent determines each person’s role in society, and not social classd) Feared mob rule (remember Socrates?) Back to main
  • 34. PlatoCan people be trusted?:
  • 35. Plato Can people be trusted?:No, only “philosopher kings” b/c they are smart and can lead society. Back to Main
  • 36. Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) Opening line in The Social Contract :“Man was born free, and he is everywhere in chains!”
  • 37. Where is Rousseau from? Back to Main
  • 38. ROUSSEAU (1st Box)Autocracy or Democracy?
  • 39. ROUSSEAU (1st Box)Autocracy or Democracy? DEMO Back to Main
  • 40. RousseauIdeal Form of Government:
  • 41. RousseauIdeal Form of Government: Direct Democracy Back to Main
  • 42. RousseauMain Reason:
  • 43. Rousseau Main Reason:Government = people should have direct say in how society is run. People can only be free if they decide their destiny.
  • 44. RousseauCan People be Trusted?:
  • 45. Rousseau Can People be Trusted?: Yes, if not corrupted by theGovernment, Schools, Media & Leaders (modern world) Back to Main
  • 46. Mary Wollstonecraft 1759-1797 First Modern Feminist.
  • 47. Where is Mary Wollstonecraft from? Back to Main
  • 48. MARY WOLLSTONECRAFTAutocracy or Democracy?
  • 49. MARY WOLLSTONECRAFTAutocracy or Democracy? DEMO Back to Main
  • 50. Mary WollstonecraftIdeal Form of Government:
  • 51. Mary WollstonecraftIdeal Form of Government: Democracy (includes women) Back to Main
  • 52. Mary Wollstonecraft Main Reasons:
  • 53. Mary Wollstonecraft Main Reasons: Back to main
  • 54. Mary Wollstonecraft Main Reasons: Women = treated unfairlyWomen = should have equal rights as a person and not a gender. “Mind knows no sex.” Back to main
  • 55. Mary Wollstonecraft Can people be trusted?:
  • 56. Mary Wollstonecraft Can people be trusted?:NOT if men take advantage of their “greater power” Back to main
  • 57. Aristotle (384-322 BC)Tutored Alexander the Great
  • 58. Where is Aristotle from? Back to Main
  • 59. Aristotle (1st Box)Democracy or Autocracy?
  • 60. Aristotle (1st Box)Democracy or Autocracy? Democracy (Middle)
  • 61. Aristotle (1st Box) Democracy or Autocracy? Democracy (Middle) AristotleDemocracy Autocracy Back to Main
  • 62. AristotleIdeal Form of Government:
  • 63. AristotleIdeal Form of Government: Middle class rule Back to Main
  • 64. AristotleMain Reasons:
  • 65. Aristotle Main Reasons: NOT the Richtoo arrogant, thought they were better than everyone else NOT the Poor probably too vengeful Back to Main
  • 66. AristotleCan People be Trusted?:
  • 67. Aristotle Can People be Trusted?: Yes, but only the EDUCATED middle class Is that you? Then you should be able to answer the following:“He who trusts any man with supreme power gives it to a wild beast, for such his appetite sometimes makes him: passion influences those in power, even the best of men, but law is reason without desire…” --- Aristotle According to Aristotle, what should the educated Middle Class have faith in?a) Leaders B) Government C) Law d) Elections Back to main
  • 68. ELIZABETH I (1558-1603) Father = Henry VIII Sister was Mary (Bloody Mary) Virgin Queen (never married)Ever wonder why US State Virginia was named Virginia? Francis Bacon was her lawyer. (Look for his Quotes)
  • 69. Where is Queen Elizabeth from? Back to Main
  • 70. QUEEN ELIZABETHAutocracy & Democracy?
  • 71. QUEEN ELIZABETHAutocracy & Democracy? AUTO Back to Main
  • 72. Queen Elizabeth IIdeal Form of Government:
  • 73. Queen Elizabeth IIdeal Form of Government: Wants an absolute monarchy but Parliament’s power keeps her to alimited monarchy Back to main
  • 74. Queen Elizabeth I Main Reasons:
  • 75. Queen Elizabeth I Main Reasons:Society = hierarchy, w/ each person in his or her own place Divine Rights = Queen at top lords Back to main
  • 76. Queen Elizabeth ICan People be Trusted?:
  • 77. Queen Elizabeth I Can People be Trusted?:No, parliament had to be watchedQueen Elizabeth = queen mother Everyone else = her “children” Queen Parliament Back to Main
  • 78. Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) Wrote the Leviathan
  • 79. Where is Thomas Hobbes from? Back to Main
  • 80. Thomas Hobbes (1st Box)Autocracy & Democracy?
  • 81. Thomas Hobbes (1st Box)Autocracy & Democracy? AUTO Back to Main
  • 82. Thomas HobbesIdeal Form of Government:
  • 83. Thomas HobbesIdeal Form of Government: Absolute Monarchy Back to main
  • 84. Thomas HobbesMain Reason for Government:
  • 85. Thomas Hobbes Main Reason for Government: People are1) People = selfish and evil! EVIL!2) Need someone to rule them all3) “Naturally wicked”4) “Fear and I are twins.” Back to main
  • 86. Thomas HobbesCan People be Trusted?:
  • 87. Thomas Hobbes Can People be Trusted?: NO!“People are born naturally wicked” Born evil or bad Back to Main
  • 88. John Locke 1632–1704Life, liberty and the pursuit of…?
  • 89. Where is John Locke from? Back to Main
  • 90. John Locke (1st Box)Autocracy & Democracy?
  • 91. John Locke (1st Box)Autocracy & Democracy? DEMO Back to Main
  • 92. John LockeIdeal Form of Government:
  • 93. John LockeIdeal Form of Government: DemocracyREPRESENTATIVE Demo instead of DIRECT Demo
  • 94. John Locke Ideal Form of Government: DemocracyRepresentative Demo instead of Direct Demo   Back to Main
  • 95. John Locke Main Reasons:Prepare to write more here than the other boxes. Write small. You’ll need the space. 
  • 96. John Locke Main Reasons:Purpose of government was to… Wait until this section is all explained before writing. 
  • 97. John Locke Main Reasons:Purpose of a government is to protect people’s rights
  • 98. John Locke Main Reasons:Peoples rights were…?
  • 99. John Locke Main Reasons:Peoples rights were… 1) right to freedom
  • 100. John Locke Main Reasons:Peoples rights were… 1) right to freedom2) right to property
  • 101. John Locke Main Reasons:Peoples rights were… 1) right to freedom2) right to property 3) right to rebel
  • 102. John Locke Main Reasons: Peoples rights were… 1) right to freedom 2) right to property 3) right to rebel4) form new government
  • 103. John Locke Main Reasons: Purpose of a government protect people’s rights People’s rightsright to freedom, to property & to rebel. Back to Main
  • 104. John Locke Main Reasons: Purpose of a government Protect people’s rights People’s rights Right to freedom, to property & to rebel. Right to rebelForm new government if the old government abuses the peoples’ rights.He believed that citizens should have power. Now you can start writing in the 3rd Box 
  • 105. John LockeCan People be trusted?:
  • 106. John Locke Can People be trusted?:Yes! And the people should overthrow government if it isn’t good. Back to Main
  • 107. King Louis XIV 1638–1715He reigned for 72 years, 54 of them hepersonally controlled French government.
  • 108. Where is King Louis XIV from? Back to Main
  • 109. King Louis XIV (1st Box)Autocracy & Democracy?
  • 110. King Louis XIV (1st Box)Autocracy & Democracy? AUTO Back to Main
  • 111. King Louis XIV Government:
  • 112. King Louis XIV Government:Absolute Monarchy
  • 113. King Louis XIV Government:Absolute Monarchy I have all the power Back to Main
  • 114. King Louis XIV Main Reasons:
  • 115. King Louis XIV Main Reasons: a) Divine Right is God’s power given to King. b) Faster & more efficient decisionsc) He should be informed about everything in his country, and have the power to decide everything (Spend Money, Military decisions, etc) Back to Main
  • 116. King Louis XIVCould people be trusted? Quote:
  • 117. King Louis XIVCould people be trusted? NO! Quote: “I am the state” Divine Right Back to Main