1. VOLTAIRE2. JOHN LOCKE3. JEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU4. THOMAS HOBBES5. MONTESQUIEU6. FRANCIS BACON7. MARIE WOLLSTONE CRAFT
VOLTAIRE Pinanganak noong: November 21, 1694, Paris, France Tolerance Freedoms (speech, religion, & press) • “I do not agree with a word that you said,” he is thought to have said, “ but I will defend to the death your right to say it.”
JOHN LOCKE Pinanganak noong: August 22, 1629 Natural Rights for all people (life, liberty, and property) People are good and moral Govt. formed to protect natural rights If govt. is no good, people have right to overthrow it
JEAN JACQUES ROSSEAU Pinanganak noong: June 28, 1712 Freedom People are born free Civilization corrupts natural goodness
THOMAS HOBBES Pinanganak noong: April 5, 1588 Social cintract People are greedy, cruel, and selfish Without strong government you will have anarchy People give up freedom to live in organized society
MONTESQUIEU Pinanganak noong: January 28, 1869, France Separationof Powers Branches of govt. in ancient Greece Admired British govt. 3 separate branches Each branch should have a check on the other
Francis bacon Pinanganak noong: January 22, 1561, London, England He helped develop the scientific method of solving problems. Bacon believed that knowledge of science during the Middle Ages was faulty and based on poor logic.
MARIE WOLLSTONE CRAFT pinanganak noong: April 27, 1759, London Women’s Equality Education leads to virtue and usefulness Women have right to participate in society
How can a rational being be ennobled by any thing that is not obtained by its own exertions? (Mary Wollstones Craft) All wealth is the product of labor. (John Locke) “Curiosity is the lust of the mind” (Thomas Hobbes)
REFERENCES http://www.notablebiographies.com/Mo- Ni/Montesquieu.html http://www.egs.edu/library/john-locke/biography/ http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=201 00831010619AAIiuSO http://www.biography.com/people/mary- wollstonecraft-9535967 Dr. Sonia M. Zaide, Kasaysayan ng Daigdig 3 edisyon. Allnation publishing co.inc.1996
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