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Foundations of the enlightenment for williamson students

Copernicus
Heliocentric Theory
Galileo
Scientific Method
Johannes Kepler
Sir Isaac Newton
Martin Luther
Protestant Reformation
95 Theses
Absolutism

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95 Theses
Martin luther posted this on the door of the castleagenst selling indulgences. the basic belifes of it are no pope, all men of faith are created equil, you cant buy salvation
Galileo
an Italian student in the late 1500's who discovered the law of motion the law of gravity and the law of the pendulum buy timing a swinging shadalear.
Copernicus
a Polish estronamer in the 1500's who discovered the heliocentric theroy
Absolutism
a government where one person has all the power. monarchy
Sir Isaac Newton
a english scientist in the 1600's who discovered the law of gravity that explanes how every object in the universe atracts other objects and how string the atraction depends on mass and the distance apart
Martin Luther
a monk in germany in the 1500's who grew angry at a friar for selling indulgences to people to be free from there sins aka. buying there way into heaven so he posted the 95 thesis on the door of the castle.
Scientific Method
a logical procedure for gathering and testing ideas. founded by Frances Bacon and Rene' Descartes
Johannes Kepler
a mathamatition in the 1600's who demonstrated mathimaticly that the earth and other planets revolve around the sun
Heliocentric Theory
The theroy founded by copernicus in witch the earth revolves around the earth, in 1543
Protestant Reformation
a religious movement of the 16th century that began as an attempt to reform the Roman Catholic Church by Martin luther and the 95 thesis and resulted in the creation of Protestant churches

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