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Auto Demo 6 Historical Figures

  1. 1. To more historical figures Auto or Demo 1 2 3 4A 1 2 3 4Q 1 2 3 4T 1 2 3 4J
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  3. 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. 4. Where is Montesquieu from? Back to Main
  5. 5. Montesquieu (1 Box) stAutocracy or Democracy?
  6. 6. Montesquieu (1 Box) stAutocracy or Democracy? BOTH(Leaning towards autocracy) Back to Main
  7. 7. Baron de MontesquieuIdeal form of government:
  8. 8. Baron de MontesquieuIdeal form of government: “Separation of Power” Back to Main
  9. 9. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons:
  10. 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. 11. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons:Separation of Powers = 3 B……… of Govt?
  12. 12. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons:Separation of Powers = 3 Branches of Govt?
  13. 13. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons: Separation of Powers = 3 Branches of Govt.Legislative Executive Judicial
  14. 14. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons: Separation of Powers = 3 Branches of Govt. Legislative Executive JudicialKing / President Parliament / Congress Judges / Courts
  15. 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. 16. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons: Separation of Powers = 3 Branches of Govt. Legislative Executive JudicialKing / President Parliament / Congress Judges / Courts Switch, right?
  17. 17. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons: Separation of Powers = 3 Branches of Govt. Legislative Executive JudicialKing / President Parliament / Congress Judges / Courts Switch, right?
  18. 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. 19. Baron de Montesquieu Main reasons: Separation of Powers = 3 Branches of Govt. Legislative Executive JudicialParliament /Congress King / President Judges / Courts
  20. 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. 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. 22. Baron de Montesquieu Can People be Trusted?:
  23. 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. 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. 25. Plato 427 B.C.-347 B.C Socrates’ studentWrote The Republic (Allegory of the Cave)
  26. 26. Where is Plato from? Back to Main
  27. 27. Plato (1 Box) stAutocracy or Democracy?
  28. 28. Plato (1 Box) st BothSlightly towards autocracy Back to main
  29. 29. PlatoIdeal Form of Government:
  30. 30. PlatoIdeal Form of Government: Disagreed w/ Both
  31. 31. Plato Ideal Form of Government: a) Disagreed w/ Bothb) “Philosopher Kings” Back to main
  32. 32. PlatoMain Reasons:
  33. 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. 34. PlatoCan people be trusted?:
  35. 35. Plato Can people be trusted?:No, only “philosopher kings” b/c they are smart and can lead society. Back to Main
  36. 36. Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) Opening line in The Social Contract :“Man was born free, and he is everywhere in chains!”
  37. 37. Where is Rousseau from? Back to Main
  38. 38. ROUSSEAU (1st Box)Autocracy or Democracy?
  39. 39. ROUSSEAU (1st Box)Autocracy or Democracy? DEMO Back to Main
  40. 40. RousseauIdeal Form of Government:
  41. 41. RousseauIdeal Form of Government: Direct Democracy Back to Main
  42. 42. RousseauMain Reason:
  43. 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. 44. RousseauCan People be Trusted?:
  45. 45. Rousseau Can People be Trusted?: Yes, if not corrupted by theGovernment, Schools, Media & Leaders (modern world) Back to Main
  46. 46. Mary Wollstonecraft 1759-1797 First Modern Feminist.
  47. 47. Where is Mary Wollstonecraft from? Back to Main
  48. 48. MARY WOLLSTONECRAFTAutocracy or Democracy?
  49. 49. MARY WOLLSTONECRAFTAutocracy or Democracy? DEMO Back to Main
  50. 50. Mary WollstonecraftIdeal Form of Government:
  51. 51. Mary WollstonecraftIdeal Form of Government: Democracy (includes women) Back to Main
  52. 52. Mary Wollstonecraft Main Reasons:
  53. 53. Mary Wollstonecraft Main Reasons: Back to main
  54. 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. 55. Mary Wollstonecraft Can people be trusted?:
  56. 56. Mary Wollstonecraft Can people be trusted?:NOT if men take advantage of their “greater power” Back to main
  57. 57. Aristotle (384-322 BC)Tutored Alexander the Great
  58. 58. Where is Aristotle from? Back to Main
  59. 59. Aristotle (1st Box)Democracy or Autocracy?
  60. 60. Aristotle (1st Box)Democracy or Autocracy? Democracy (Middle)
  61. 61. Aristotle (1st Box) Democracy or Autocracy? Democracy (Middle) AristotleDemocracy Autocracy Back to Main
  62. 62. AristotleIdeal Form of Government:
  63. 63. AristotleIdeal Form of Government: Middle class rule Back to Main
  64. 64. AristotleMain Reasons:
  65. 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. 66. AristotleCan People be Trusted?:
  67. 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. 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. 69. Where is Queen Elizabeth from? Back to Main
  70. 70. QUEEN ELIZABETHAutocracy & Democracy?
  71. 71. QUEEN ELIZABETHAutocracy & Democracy? AUTO Back to Main
  72. 72. Queen Elizabeth IIdeal Form of Government:
  73. 73. Queen Elizabeth IIdeal Form of Government: Wants an absolute monarchy but Parliament’s power keeps her to alimited monarchy Back to main
  74. 74. Queen Elizabeth I Main Reasons:
  75. 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. 76. Queen Elizabeth ICan People be Trusted?:
  77. 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. 78. Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) Wrote the Leviathan
  79. 79. Where is Thomas Hobbes from? Back to Main
  80. 80. Thomas Hobbes (1st Box)Autocracy & Democracy?
  81. 81. Thomas Hobbes (1st Box)Autocracy & Democracy? AUTO Back to Main
  82. 82. Thomas HobbesIdeal Form of Government:
  83. 83. Thomas HobbesIdeal Form of Government: Absolute Monarchy Back to main
  84. 84. Thomas HobbesMain Reason for Government:
  85. 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. 86. Thomas HobbesCan People be Trusted?:
  87. 87. Thomas Hobbes Can People be Trusted?: NO!“People are born naturally wicked” Born evil or bad Back to Main
  88. 88. John Locke 1632–1704Life, liberty and the pursuit of…?
  89. 89. Where is John Locke from? Back to Main
  90. 90. John Locke (1st Box)Autocracy & Democracy?
  91. 91. John Locke (1st Box)Autocracy & Democracy? DEMO Back to Main
  92. 92. John LockeIdeal Form of Government:
  93. 93. John LockeIdeal Form of Government: DemocracyREPRESENTATIVE Demo instead of DIRECT Demo
  94. 94. John Locke Ideal Form of Government: DemocracyRepresentative Demo instead of Direct Demo   Back to Main
  95. 95. John Locke Main Reasons:Prepare to write more here than the other boxes. Write small. You’ll need the space. 
  96. 96. John Locke Main Reasons:Purpose of government was to… Wait until this section is all explained before writing. 
  97. 97. John Locke Main Reasons:Purpose of a government is to protect people’s rights
  98. 98. John Locke Main Reasons:Peoples rights were…?
  99. 99. John Locke Main Reasons:Peoples rights were… 1) right to freedom
  100. 100. John Locke Main Reasons:Peoples rights were… 1) right to freedom2) right to property
  101. 101. John Locke Main Reasons:Peoples rights were… 1) right to freedom2) right to property 3) right to rebel
  102. 102. John Locke Main Reasons: Peoples rights were… 1) right to freedom 2) right to property 3) right to rebel4) form new government
  103. 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. 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. 105. John LockeCan People be trusted?:
  106. 106. John Locke Can People be trusted?:Yes! And the people should overthrow government if it isn’t good. Back to Main
  107. 107. King Louis XIV 1638–1715He reigned for 72 years, 54 of them hepersonally controlled French government.
  108. 108. Where is King Louis XIV from? Back to Main
  109. 109. King Louis XIV (1st Box)Autocracy & Democracy?
  110. 110. King Louis XIV (1st Box)Autocracy & Democracy? AUTO Back to Main
  111. 111. King Louis XIV Government:
  112. 112. King Louis XIV Government:Absolute Monarchy
  113. 113. King Louis XIV Government:Absolute Monarchy I have all the power Back to Main
  114. 114. King Louis XIV Main Reasons:
  115. 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. 116. King Louis XIVCould people be trusted? Quote:
  117. 117. King Louis XIVCould people be trusted? NO! Quote: “I am the state” Divine Right Back to Main

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