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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Enlightenment (1600-1750) Time of a junction of ideas, increase in self-dependence and scientific reasoning Main Ideas *Deism: The beleif that God created the word and left it alone to function on its own Eating veggies is healthy for you, but pizza taste better althought its not as good for you. Spending time with family can mean you don't work as much, resulting in lack of fund. *Reason/Logicis the motivationfor life Deciding whether or not to hangout with your girlfriend or with the guys. Deciding whether to go skateboarding or bicycling. *Assistance to those lessfortunate than others Fiction Nonfiction Nonfiction Zaria Bruce Breon Jordan Big Contributors Thomas Jefferson- Ideas for Declaration of Independence & ASummary View of the Rights of British America Stress for Libertyand Freedom Thomas Paine Common sense will tell us,that the power which hath endeavored to subdue us, isof all others, the most improperto defend us. Common Sense Patrick Henry Literature displayed his belief of the persuit of libertyand justice for Americans"Give me liberty or give me death!" The "Radical"Jonathan Edwards Ways of thinking combatedthe overall ideas of the age of the Enlightenment; Godwas the center of all thought Unconverted men walk overthe pit of hell on a rotten covering. Jonathan Edwards, Sinners in theHands of an Angry God Overall * The literature in this erafocused on the following techniques: - Extended Simile/Metaphor- Expression for reason- Display of self-dependence - Stress of the importance of ScientificReason
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