Description: A period of time in Western philosophy and cultural life in which reason was advocated as the primary source and legitimacy for authority.
Objectives: to understand the natural world and humankind's place in it solely on the basis of reason and without turning to religious belief.
Connections to Scientific Revolution: The Enlightenment was a program to reform political, economic, and social aspects of European life by using the Scientific method established during the Scientific Revolution. The movement was based on the discoveries and knowledge of the Scientific Revolution.
While enlightenment was a cause and the beheading.The MAIN reason was the taxes.
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These writings challenged traditional social, religious, and political values.
American revolution used the idea of enlightenment
American Revolution and French Revolution. They were both justified themselves with Enlightenment ideals.
Its actually the other way around, the glorious revolution influenced the enlightenment. (it came first...)
The objectives of the green revolution was to cultivate the economy, increase the production of food and to reduce poverty. This revolution started in 1968 by William Gaud.
The goals of the Enlightenment Revolution, or Age of Enlightenment was to reform society. It specifically wanted to encourage the use of rational thought using logic and clear principles.
The scientific revolution caused religious controversies, while the Enlightenment challenged absolute monarchy.