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Saw people as: Poor, Nasty, Brutish, and Short
a) Hobbes b) Locke c) d)
people agreed to give up some rights and power in exchange for protection
a) monarchy b) state of nature c) social contract d)
Many Enlightenment thinkers used reason to
a) reveal natural laws. b) reinforce traditional beliefs. c) support absolute monarchy. d) strengthen religious authority.
John Locke is important for the development of the idea that
a) monarchies are the most effective form of government. b) powers in the government should be divided into branches. c) men must peacefully change their government through voting. d) men have natural rights like life, liberty, and property.
Believed in a democracy
a) Hobbes b) Locke c) d)
When do people have the right to establish a new government? The reason men enter into society is to protect their property... if government tries to take away and destroy the property of the people...
a) to make laws to guard that property b) they are obedient to that government c) whenever government tries to take away property d) when there country is in state of war with another country
Which Philosopher said: Excerpt from Two Treatises of Government: Laws ought to be designed for no other end ultimately but for the good of the people. They
a) Hobbes b) Locke c) d)
We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal- quote inspired by
a) Hobbes b) Locke c) d)
We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal- quote written by
a) Luther b) Hobbes c) Jefferson d) Voltaire
We hold these truths to be self-evident: That all men are created equal- quote from what document?
a) the Leviathan b) the Bible c) the Bill of Rights d) The Declaration of Indpendence
That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed- according to excerpt from whom does the government get its power?
a) other governments b) the governed/citizens/people c) the King d) their Creator/ God
Hobbe’s Leviathan. What sort of government did Hobbes support in Leviathan?
a) absolute monarchy b) direct democracy c) representative democracy d) constitutional monarchy
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