HIEU 202 Test 2

HIEU 202 Test 2 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. In the course lecture presentation, which of the following was NOT used to describe the character of the Enlightenment? It was
  2. Which Enlightenment-era writer was the author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman?
  3. In The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith
  4. Voltaire was able to fully develop his Enlightenment ideas during his time in
  5. The attack of the philosophes on traditional Christianity was based on
  6. Enlightened despotism
  7. Which of the following is true of the Encyclopédie
  8. The stated purpose of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen
    was
  9. Which of the following best represents the attitude of French nobles in the 1780s?
  10. The bourgeoisie included
  11. The Estates General was:
  12. In September 1791, the National Assembly passed a constitution which granted voting rights in which
  13. In contrast to the Girondins, the Jacobins favored:
  14. During the French Revolution, the Committee of Public Safety
  15. In 1804, a magnificent ceremony was held in which Napoleon
  16. Napoleon’s support of public education was based on his desire to
  17. After losing his army in Russia, Napoleon then lost his empire. In the end,
  18. The “hundred days” refers to:
  19. After Napoleon abdicated in 1814,
  20. Which of the following states remained outside of Napoleon’s control?
  21. Evaluate the impact of the Enlightenment on the French Revolution. Refer to specific ideas and developments of the Enlightenment as well as specific aspects of the French Revolution. Write three paragraphs in which you make two to three points. Make the connections clear and include an explanation for each of your points.

Set 2

  1. In the course lecture presentation, which of the following was given as a goal of the Enlightenment?
  2. The primary source reading from Chapter 18 called The Treatise of the Three Imposters was
  3. Which of the following is NOT true of the Enlightenment?
  4. John Locke believed education was central to social development because he
  5. Most of the philosophes were deists which means they
  6. In reality, enlightened despotism was the use of Enlightenment principles by monarchs to enhance the central government’s power and thereby their own.
  7. The chief editor of the Encyclopédie was
  8. The stated purpose of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen was
  9. Most Europeans at the time saw the French Revolution as a
  10. The bourgeoisie included
  11. Members of the First and Second Estates:
  12. In September 1791, the National Assembly passed a constitution which granted voting rights in which
  13. The sans–culottes were:
  14. During the French Revolution, the Committee of Public Safety
  15. In 1804, a magnificent ceremony was held in which Napoleon
  16. Napoleon’s support of public education was based on his desire to
  17. Napoleon’s efforts to enforce the Continental System enmeshed him in two catastrophic blunders:
  18. The Continental System:
  19. After Napoleon abdicated in 1814,
  20. Which of the following states remained outside of Napoleon’s control?
  21. Compare the content of the Declaration of Independence (1776) with the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, 1789. Include both similarities and differences and give reasons why they are alike and different in these ways. What Enlightenment ideas are represented in each of these documents? Write three paragraphs.

 

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