Which of the following is not considered a cause of the Enlightenment?
increased availability of printed books
the Scientific Revolution
decline in the education system
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Eh close enough, Renaissance and scientific revolution were definitely causes of the enlightenment.
oh i did this question couple days ago
The enlightenment was a upper and middle class movement the lower class was not involved. That being said I don't know how a decline in education would cause the enlightenment which was a secular scientific movement focusing. I've also never heard of any increase in publishing power around that time so in my mind it's between A and C
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Do you think A is corrct?
That is what I have been leaning towards.
Well its not correct b.c look at it
it says "increased availability of printed books"
Thats more of an effect b.c the invention of the printing press increased availability of printed books