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Decon Pryor's Exam (Chapter 16)
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05/26/2008

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By Bee Vo
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Yes Bee Vo
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Who authored Leviathan?
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Thomas Hobbes
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He was known as the Sun King
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Louis XIV
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Founded Quietism
Definition
Miguel Molinos
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Son of Mary, Queen of Scots
Definition
James I
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Catholic who plotted to blow up Parlament
Definition
Guy Fawkes
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Son of James I
Definition
Charles I
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He was known as "Lord Protector"
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Oliver Cromwell
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Wrote Novum Organum
Definition
Sir Francis Bacon
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Father of modern philosophy
Definition
Rene Descartes
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Put together the Encyclopedia.
Definition
Denis Diderot
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True or False
Louis XIV ascended to the throne at the age of five.
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True
Term
True or False
Fronde is the French word for Parliament.
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False!
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True or False
Jansenism taught that very few people were granted salvific grace.
Definition
True
Term
True or False
Louis XIV revoked the Edict of Nantes in an effort to stop Protestantism from spreading.
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True
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True or False
Irish Plantations were established under James I.
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True
Term
True or False
England, under Oliver Cromwell, was very benevolent to the Irish.
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False
Term
True or False
Charles II of England persecuted Catholics more vigorously than his father.
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False
Term
True or False
The Act of Settlement barred Catholics from politics.
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True
Term
True or False
Bacon is famous for saying "I think, therefore I am."
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False
Term
True or False
Newton is responsible for discovering the laws governing moving bodies.
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True
Term
True or False
According to Deism, God does not demand faith or prayer.
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True
Term
True or False
Freemasonry worked actively to undermine the Church.
Definition
True
Term
True or False
The Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges brought France back to the Church.
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False
Term
True or False
The Glorious Revolution occurred when Elizabeth I died and was succeeded by James II.
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False
Term
True or False
The encyclopedia affirmed the teachings of the Catholic Church.
Definition
False
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After the Treaty of Westphalia, ___ emerged as the dominant political power in Europe.
Definition
France
Term
Richeliue's successor was Cardinal ___.
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Mazzain
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The ___ attempted to resurrect heresies which claimed French kings were independent of the pope.
Definition
Four Gallican Articles
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The heresy of ___ advocated absolute passivity during prayer.
Definition
Quietism
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The death of ___ ended the Tudor line in England.
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Elizabeth I
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___ were large areas in northern Ireland that were cleared of Catholics.
Definition
Plantations
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In 1692, the ___ Laws denied Catholics education, land and medical practice.
Definition
Irish Penal
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In his "Two Treatises on Government" ___ said people have the right to replace their monarch if he violates the social contract.
Definition
John Locke
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When James II abdicated, the throne fell to his children ___ and ___.
Definition
William and Mary
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___ is known for developing his system of inductive reasoning.
Definition
Sir Francis Bacon
did anyone else bomb this test like i did?
Term
The Polish priest and astronomer ___ postulated that the sun, rather than the earth, was the center of the universe.
Definition
Copernicus
Term
___ criticized Catholicism serverly in his works but build a Catholic chapel on his property, attended Mass and requested a Catholic burial after his death.
Definition
Voltaire
Term
___ reasoned that political authority came from the people, not from God.
Definition
Rousseau
Term
Gallican ideas entered Germany through the writings of ___.
Definition
Voltaire
Term
In 1979 ___ publicly pardon Galileo for the treatment he had received from the Church.
Definition
Pope John Paul II
Term
In 1814, ___ solemnly restored the Society of Jesus throughout the world.
Definition
Pope Pius VII