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Which is not a way in which ideas of the Scientific Revolution were applied to the social world during the Enlightenment? A. Diderot tried to organize all knowledge in an encyclopedia, so people could find information. B. Montesquieu argued that government powers should be separated into three branches. C. Locke wrote about the importance of reason and natural law in human affairs. D. Louis XIV promoted the belief in a strong monarchy whose power came from God.

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  1. paki
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    your guess here...?

  2. anonymous
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    D

  3. anonymous
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    Correct! :)

  4. paki
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    correct.... please have a look here for details... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientific_revolution

  5. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    yeah ok

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