We call this era the "Age of Reason" because people began to apply __________ to society and government.
What era most inspired people in the Enlightenment to apply reason to society and government?
John Locke believed the government should protect the life, liberty, and property of its citizens. We call these things:
When the government agrees to protect natural rights and citizens agree to abide by the laws and respect their leaders, they have a:
Citizens have a right to rebel if the government:
The idea that religion should not be involved with government is called:
Which one of the following is not a natural right?
Which Enlightenment idea ensures no one leader has too much authority?
The idea that it is OK for others to believe differently than you, and all people should get the same treatment despite their beliefs is called:
Which Enlightenment thinker pushed for all men and women to have equal opportunities in education?
Many Kings before and during the Enlightenment believed that they were given the right to rule from God. This idea is called:
Kings and Queens who tried to apply the ideas of the Enlightenment are called:
Which enlightenment thinker came up with the idea of laissez-faire?
The term "laissez-faire" literally means:
The idea of Laissez-faire most closely fits with which type of economic system?
The writers during the Enlightenment, who popularized the new ideas of the era, are called:
If a government is oppressive, it means that they:
What is a tyrant?
Synonym for Laissez-Faire
Which Enlightenment thinker was known for this idea?