Philosopher on education: Child grows slowly like a plant and parents are there to provide basic necessities of life.
1724 - 1804
Wrote two greatest philosophical works of late 18th century. practical reason and human knowledge.
Arose as a revolt against deism and rationalism in the church of England. John Wesley leader. New religion.
Napoleon born August 15, 1769 on the island of Corsica.
1770 - 1850
Romantic writer. Writes a book about the loss of poetic vision.
The constitution of the Year III
Promoted universial Male suffrage, included complicated system of checks and balances. Napoleon takes supreme authority.
The Consualte in France
1799 - 1804
Consualte end the Revoulation in France, the bouurgiise starting new carrers.
Organic Articles of 1802
Without consulting the pope, the French government established supremacy of the state over the Church.
Civil Code of 1804
Workers associations remained forbidden, fathers extensive control of kids and wives, divorce more difficult for woman.
Treaty of Pressburg
Austrian surrendered its Italian possessions to France and Napoleon is recognized as king of Italy.
1806 - 1814
Series of efforts to stop trade to go to GB.
The Milan Decree of 1807
Attempted to stop even neutral nations from trading with GB.
Treaty of Tilsit
Prussia Loses Half its Territory, Napoleons Stepson ruled over Italy, 3 of his brothers and one brother in law made kings of other European states.
Invasion of Russia
France attempts to march into Russia, the Russians retreat and use the scorched earth policy where when they retreat they destroy everything so that the French wont have any resources. French come with 600,000 men return with less than 30,000.
Congress of Vienna
1814 - 1815
Representatives of European monarchs to re establish the old after defeat of Napoleon.
After a 100 days on Exile to the island of Elba, Napoleon returns to France.
Alliance between Russia, Austria, Prussia and GB to help limit power of France.
May 5, 1821 Napoleons dies.
1850 - 1950
Movement in literature art during the late 18th early 19th centuries, the celebrate of nature rather than civilization.