What enlightenment ideas are reflected in the declaration of independence?
1. People are entitled to certain natural or unalieable rights.
2. The government had to protect those rights.
3. The government’s legitimacy comes from the consent of the governed and it had to be accountable for the people.
4. Whenever a government failed to protect people's fundamental rights, it had to be abolished and replaced.
The Declaration of Independence was highly influenced by Enlightenment ideas, especially those ideas developed in John Locke's "Two Treatises of Government" (1689).
In this work, Locke claimed that men were by nature free and equal, but with the purpose to interact in a healthy society, it was necessary that they transferred some of their rights to a government in a "Social Contract". Under that contract, the government had to be elected by the people and had to protect people's natural rights to life, liberty, and property. However, whenever the government failed to do so, people had the authority to abolish it and replace it.
Similarly, in the Declaration of Independence, the Thirteen American colonies unanimously declared independence from Britain for violating the social, for not securing people's unalienable rights of Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness (The latter being a concept said to be taken out from one of the others Locke's work). In the document, the colonies also favored a limited government whose power came from the consent of the governed and that had to be accountable for people.
Researchers studying the science of love have found that the act of _____________ triggers and sends a flood of chemicals which trigger feelings of closeness.
The answer is the act of "Kissing" can do that.
A simple act of kissing triggers and sends a flood of chemicals which also include testosterone and neurotransmitters carrying neural messages that can transfer tactile sensation, sexual arousal and also feelings of closeness.
What did Hitler, Mussolini and Hirohito all prey upon when gaining fascist power before World War II
A young child is alone in a room, trying to put together a difficult puzzle. the child says out loud, "maybe if you look for the pieces with the flat side first, it will be easier to finish the outside part." this pattern of private speech is most consistent with ______________ view of the function of this kind of speech.
"Umkhonto we Sizwe" was __________ of the ANC. (a) the chief rival
(b) the military wing
(c) the official motto
(d)the political party
Pretend you have time traveled and spent significant amounts of time with the Paleo Indians. create an original and informative postcard after a visit describing your experiences.
Which of the following men was well-known for his emotional preaching style during the Great Awakening? A.
A. George Whitefield
George Whitefield was an English cleric who is considered one of the founders of Methodism and an important figure in the evangelical movement. Whitefield was unusual in that he did not establish himself in a particular parish, but instead travelled around. In 1740 he travelled to North America, where he participated in the "Great Awakening." Whitefield was well-known for his style of preaching. He delivered very passionate and emotional speeches, which led to him acquiring enormous popularity.
ANSWER QUICKLY ILL GIVE BRAINLYEST Which of the following happened when Pakistan became independent?
People stayed where they lived.
Muslims in India moved to Pakistan.
Christians in India moved to Pakistan.
Hindus in India moved to Pakistan.
What is the difference between relief, recovery, and reform?
Relief means calmness
Recovery means retrieval
Reform means Rectification
The difference between relief, recovery and reform is that relief means you will be at mental peace and have strength to be calm while recovery means recapture your normal state of mind from something unusual whereas reform means willingness to change yourself in better way or to improvise your personality.