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Which statement about the relationship between Enlightenment philosophers and the philosophy of Robert Filmer is TRUE? Options in the text box

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  1. anonymous
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    A. Filmer suggested that governments represent the will of the majority, whereas Enlightenment thinkers advocated for minority rights. B. Filmer argued for a strong monarchy, whereas Enlightenment philosophers claimed that government was not necessary because natural law would allow society to advance. C. Enlightenment philosophers advocated government systems that protected the natural rights of man, whereas Filmer argued that people would be lost without the paternal monarch. D. Enlightenment philosophers advocated monarchical governments in which a central king would ensure the rights of the people, whereas Filmer argued for representative democracy.

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    It Was C

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