The Enlightenment AP European History 2009 2010

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  • The Enlightenment AP European History 2009 2010

    1. 1. THE ENLIGHTENMENT AP EUROPEAN HISTORY @ CAPITAL HIGH SCHOOL
    2. 2. THE PHILOSOPHES
    3. 3. VOLTAIRE 1694-1778 “CRUSH THE INFAMOUS THING!” CANDIDE
    4. 4. BARON DE MONTESQUIEU 1689-1775, FRANCE SPIRIT OF LAWS (1748) CHECKS AND BALANCES
    5. 5. JEAN-JACQUES ROUSSEAU 1712-1778, FRANCE THE SOCIAL CONTRACT (1762) EMILE (1762)
    6. 6. DENIS DIDEROT 1713-1784, FRANCE THE ENCYCLOPEDIA
    7. 7. MARQUIS DI BECCARIA 1738-1794, ITALY ON CRIMES AND PUNISHMENT (1764)
    8. 8. THE ENLIGHTENMENT EXAMINES ECONOMICS...
    9. 9. FRANCOIS QUESNAY 1694-1774, FRANCE PHYSIOCRATS
    10. 10. ADAM SMITH 1727-1790, ENGLISH THE WEALTH OF NATIONS (1776)
    11. 11. WOMEN IN THE ENLIGHTENMENT
    12. 12. THE SALON MOVEMENT
    13. 13. MARY WOLLESTONECRAFT ENGLAND
    14. 14. THE ENLIGHTENED DESPOTS: THE ENLIGHTENMENT APPLIED TO POLITICS
    15. 15. A DEBATE... THE ENLIGHTENMENT CREATED: GREAT REFORMS? OR MODEST REFORMS?
    16. 16. IN PLACES WHERE THERE WASN’T A REVOLUTION... MODEST REFORMS: RELIGIOUS TOLERATION STREAMLINED LEGAL CODES INCREASED ACCESS TO EDUCATION REDUCTION OF TORTURE AND THE DEATH PENALTY
    17. 17. FREDERIC II: (FREDERIC THE GREAT!) WAR OF AUSTRIAN SUCCESSION SEVEN YEARS’ WAR DIPLOMATIC REVOLUTION “FIRST SERVANT OF THE STATE”
    18. 18. CATHERINE THE GREAT PUGACHEV REBELLION PARTITION OF POLAND
    19. 19. MARIA THERESA ...NOT AN “ENLIGHTENED DESPOT?”
    20. 20. JOSEPH II MAJOR REFORMER

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