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History Alive Chapter 12: Transformations in Europe Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. What was Elizabeth I's attitude toward religion?

Question 2 2. Which English monarch remained devoutly Catholic and reinstated English Catholicism?

Question 3 3. Janet and Kyle are planning a debate in which they will play the parts of Kepler and Brahe. Kepler believed that the sun was the center of the solar system while Brahe believed that the Earth was the center of the solar system. Which topic listed would be a central issue of their debate if the debate is to be historically accurate?

Question 4 4. What religion grew out of the new scientific discoveries and claimed God no longer had a hand in the world, though he did create it?

Question 5 5. Who developed the Laws of Motion and the Law of Universal Gravitation?

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Question 6 6. Why did Henry VIII break with the Roman Catholic Church?

Question 7 7. The scientific method was largely codified by what philosopher of the Scientific Revolution?

Question 8 8. How was Locke's political philosophy revolutionary?

Question 9 9. When did the Scientific Revolution take place?

Question 10 10. According to David Hume, why is it impossible to truly know an object?

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Question 11 11. According to Montesquieu's political theories, how could government corruption and despotism be prevented?

Question 12 12. How is Edward VI commonly remembered in English history?

Question 13 13. The traditional interpretation of the Scientific Revolution begins and ends with which two thinkers?

Question 14 14. Which is NOT true of the Scientific Revolution?

Question 15 15. Who formulated modern heliocentrism in his influential work On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres?

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Question 16 16. How did the Elizabethan Settlement form the English church?

Question 17 17. Who pioneered the development of the modern telescope, and was condemned as a heretic by the Catholic Church for supporting heliocentrism?

Question 18 18. Why, in the traditional view, were the Dark Ages labelled in such a way?

Question 19 19. Diderot and d'Alembert attempted to document and explain the age's industrial innovations and discoveries in natural science in the _____.

Question 20 20. To the knowledge of which of the following did Galileo NOT make a substantial contribution?

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