Delagates of the Third Estate, whose views had been shaped by the Enlightenment, The upper class. The factory owners. The professional class. The political elite. T…he social class with a means of production and capital. (MORE)
The bourgeoisie is the middle class, a class between the laboringclass and the wealthy or aristocracy. The middle class is made upof people who need education for their work, …or who are owners ofsmall businesses. They include shop owners, but also includeteachers, officials, doctors, and lawyers. the owners and managers of the means of production (MORE)
The Bourgeoisie are the ruling class, they own all the means of production within a country. They control the state, religion and media to further their own goals and maintain… the proletariat as the working clas to serve them. (MORE)
They were the middle class in France around 1700. They were merchants, businessmen, lawyers, and bankers. Basically noblemen that couldn't receive the rank that churchmen and …soldiers get. They supplied most of France's money, engaged trade, and built wealth for the country. (MORE)
The term bourgeoisie refers to a member of the middle class that first emerged in Europe during the 1500's as a result of the commercial revolution and grew especially with th…e Industrial Revolution. Basically, the bourgeoisie refers to white collar workers rather than blue collar workers, which would fall into the category of the proletariat. (MORE)
The factory owners .
Un Bourg is a small town. Un bourgeois is a typical inhabitant of a small town. The bourgeoisie is the social class of such people - essentially, traders… and professional people - the middle class. (MORE)
The Bourgeoisie are the Middle Class - Merchants, Doctors, lawyers - originally the people who live in a BOURG, a town, and later coming to mean the people who control the tow…n and employ the Proletariat, who are the working class. (MORE)