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system of political limits and controls User: Rousseau believed in all of the following, EXCEPT a. balance of heart and mind. c. rule of the general will. b. abolition of the church. d. education fostering natural instincts.
Weegy: balance of heart and mind User: Rousseau argued that society should be governed by a. the military. c. a monarch. b. the church. d. a social contract. Weegy: D.a social contract User: idea that God lets the universe run by its own laws User: the economic doctrine of the Physiocrats and Adam Smith is best summarized by the concept of User: In The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith gave all of the following roles to government, EXCEPT a. protection (the army). c. religion (the church). b. defense (the police). d. public works. User: Who is referred to as “the Father of Modern Chemistry” a. Andreas Vesalius c. Robert Boyle b. William Harvey d. Antonine Lavoiser Weegy: The answer is d. Antonine Lavoiser Source: User: Francis Bacon, an English philosopher, believed scientists should a. use inductive reasoning. c. leave nature alone. b. rely solely on the Bible. d. use chance to study nature. Weegy: Francis Bacon, an English philosopher, believed scientists should: use inductive reasoning. User: Thomas Hobbes believed that citizens must __________ in exchange for order. Weegy: Thomas Hobbes believed that citizens must give up some of their liberties in exchange for order. (More)
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Rousseau argued that society should be governed by a. the military. c. a monarch. b. the church. d. a social contract.
Weegy: D.a social contract User: Which of the following statements about the federal government of the United States is not true? a. The executive branch can execute laws and veto legislative acts. c. The legislative branch includes the Senate and the House of Representatives. b. The President is chief of the executive branch. d. The Supreme Court rules over the legislative branch. User: In 1641, rebellious Irish Catholics were angered by the _________, who had power over their wealth. a. Anglicans c. Puritans b. priests d. country gentry Weegy: In 1641, rebellious Irish Catholics were angered by the __d. country gentry _, who had power over their wealth (More)
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In 1641, rebellious Irish Catholics were angered by the ANGLICANS who had power over their wealth.
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Ok Andrew i will try more in future ,Thanks
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Marvel2, do not try, please do it because this is what is stated on the rules.
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