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People of the Enlightenment and Revolutions

First to believe the world was round; believed sun was at the center of the universe
Argued that England's government had three branches and functioned through a separation of power
Many rights in the Bill of Rights came from his ideas of natural rights
Proved air was a compound element; defined an element as a material that cannot be broken down
Violated long-standing laws about dissecting humans to learn more; studied the human body to understand anatomy
Mathematician who studied planets; used math to show that the planets revolved around sun
Wrote Wealth of Nations; believe gov't should protect society, defend citizens from injustice, and keep up public works
Wife of Louis XVI, disliked for being frivolous
Radical journalist and leader in the Reign of Terror
Identified the presence of oxygen in the air; invented carbonated beverages (sodas)
Investigated the use of oxygen in combustion; translated many works from Latin to make knowledge more available
Last monarch of France before the Revolution
First President of the Committee of Public Safety, chief force in the overthrow of the French monarchy
Spread enlightenment ideas through his Encyclopedia
English philosopher who studied astronomy; developed the Scientific Method
Argued that because women are human and capable of reason, they should have the same rights as men
Leader in the Reign of Terror who was eventually executed by guillotine
Discovered the cell in vegetable tissue
His pamphlet, "What is the Third Estate?" became the manifesto of the French Revolution
Believed in religious toleration and that God created the universe like a clock, setting it in motion to run without interference
Built telescope to study stars and universe; discovered that moons move around planets
Studied how blood circulates through the human body
French philosopher and mathematician who believed truth came from reason; said "I think, therefore I am"
Published theories on gravity and force; developed calculus to prove force theories
Military commander who created an crowned himself Emperor of France
His concept of the Social Contract is that a society agrees to be governed by the will of the many
Brother of Marie Antoinette and proponent of Enlightened Absolutism