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Denis Diderot's censored work
Religious toleration or prejudice?
Arguably the most radical pessimistic philosophe that greatly impacted the French Revolution
Targeted victims of witch hunts: midwives, widows, and _______
Church form of art
Other religion (besides Judaism) that was heavily criticized by philosophes
Healers that used 'witch craft' to heal people
Theory that placed God as a divine clockmaker
Baruch ______ (Jew that pushed for secularized Judaism)
Author of Leviathan
Father of Empiricism
Writers and critics that favored change
Margaret ________ (only woman allowed to visit a meeting of the Royal Society of London in the 17th century)
Group that did not believe in God
Philosophe who believed we had the right to life, liberty, and property
Church endorsed theory of the universe
Created method of rational deduction
New form of art that portrayed a more playful side to Europeans
Term for a culture in which books, journals, etc. achieved a status of their own
Most influential philosophe of the period
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Discoverer of gravity
Mary __________ (female Enlightened thinker)
Tycho Brahe's assistant and successor
Condemned astronomer by the Church
Institution that received the most criticism by philosophes
Only Enlightened Realm at the time
William ______ (discovered that blood circulated)
Immanuel _____ (philosophe that criticized European Empires)
Term for rationalized religion
Learn through observations
Philosophe that believed the form of government depended on a set of factors
Centers where philosophes shared and popularized their works
Adam ______ (founder of laissez-faire)
Galileo supported this astronomer's heliocentric theory
Anti-______ (movement that criticized the New World's source of labor)
Blank page (Locke's belief)
Hobbes' ideal government
New art based on the Renaissance and classical works
Blaise ________ (believing in God will not harm you)
Philosophe concerned with criminal law

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