DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
Describe two Enlightenment ideas that promoted revolution in France.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
How would you describe?
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
This is what i had before:Locke was the most important to the American Revolution, though his role is often exaggerated.The egalitarianism of ideas enabled people realize that the utilization of their own reason was more powerful and more meaningful than the Church unilaterally telling them what was right and what wasn't.
terminator9999
  • terminator9999
I made people want to do thing because of reason, not because of tradition. It desacralized the king and the church.

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terminator9999
  • terminator9999
yours is better XD
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
i wasnt really sure......is it correct??
terminator9999
  • terminator9999
yea it is I am not sure about the first part but the rest it good, just cut it into to answers so, people didn't want the church to tell them what to do based on what their ancestors did. They wanted to do things based on the reasoning behind what they did
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
SOOOOOO....Like this:people didn't want the church to tell them what to do based on what their ancestors did. They wanted to do things based on the reasoning behind what they didThe egalitarianism of ideas enabled people realize that the utilization of their own reason was more powerful and more meaningful than the Church unilaterally telling them what was right and what wasn't.
terminator9999
  • terminator9999
They were sick of not knowing why they were doing the stuff the church was telling them, it was all from tradition. They wanted a reason why but the church had none, so the started a revalution so they could get a reason to do things
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
soooo copy and paste that @terminator9999 ?????
terminator9999
  • terminator9999
i wouldn't cop and paste they can check just put it in your own words.

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