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LECTURE 8

NEW IDEAS AND THEIR


CONSEQUENCES, 1500-1789
 SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION AND THE
ENLIGHTENMENT
Revolution in Science: The
Laws of Nature
 New Ways of Thinking
 The Newtonian Universe
 The Popularity of Science
The Sciences of Society
 The “Age of Reason”
 English and Dutch Phases
 The French Philosophes and the Radical
Enlightenment
 Enlightenment Thought and Women
The Sciences of Society
 International Responses to the French
Enlightenment
 Faith or Reason?
 The Economic Critique: The Physiocrats
and Adam Smith
 The Political Critique of the Old Regime
The Enlightenment of the
Heart
 Philosophical Movements
 Religious Movements
 Humanitarian Movements
The Failure of Monarchical
Reform
 The French Dilemma
 “Enlightened Despotism”: Frederick of
Prussia, Catherine of Prussia, and
Joseph of Austria
Changing Visions: The Arts in
Early Modern Europe
 The Sixteenth Century: Mannerism
Continued
 The Baroque
 The Dutch Exception
 Classicism
 Rococo and Neoclassism
 Classical Poetry and the Arrival of the
Novel
YOU SHOULD UNDERSTAND
 The giant steps forward in science
during the Age of Reason.
 How the scientific revolution affected
philosophy and religion.
 Specific advances made in chemistry,
medicine, and electricity.
YOU SHOULD UNDERSTAND
 The impact of reason upon political
thought, especially its critique of
absolutism.
 The reaction against scientific
reasoning.

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