Like all the times, I'm late. Sorry.
Today in the class of Social Science Paqui has been correct the presentation of our project about Baroque period. A mistake which we have commited the most part of the class is that we haven't put the tittle in the blog and Paqui have said us:
- Please, correct the titles of your posts because you write the date, but you have to written the title of the work and the author. This phrase it have been repeat like eleven times.
Paqui has been explain the control sesion of government on Wednesday in Spain:
The executive government control judicial court of justice (independent power), judicial court of justice control legislative Parliament and the other way around. All are control by all.
We have corrected the homework that Paqui has sent us yesterday, political and economic thinking:
- Rouseau: he defended the social contract, the agreement the people and the governors sing to preserve social order. He defended the general will.
- Voltaire: he defended that the power of the king had to be limited by the Parliament,a universal tax system and religious tolerance.
- Montesquieu: he defended the division of powers into three institutions and insisted on the necessity of an independent judicial power.
Psiquitracts considered agriculture to be the most important economic activity of a country and they supported privated property, free trade, free industry and were against any interventions of the State in conomy (economy liberanism).
- Quenay: one of the main psiocrats
- Adam Smith: pioner of the (...)
Also we have copied some words in the part of glossary of our notebook. Not many comparing with the other days.
This is all the information that we have corrected today. Also we have learnt the Enlightenned depotism:
Monarchs: decide and reform that they want
People: like childrens they can't decide because they are ignorant and don't know what is convenient for them. Now in Spain, we are subjects.
Then Paqui has sent the homework to the weekend: the sumary of Enlightened depotism.
See you on Tuesday, bye!