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Evidence 1 Sofa Chavez Bocanegra 2729015
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En l i g hten m ent
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Deta il ed de s c ri ption o f t he mov e me n t ( De f init i on a nd dat e s ) It was the philosophical movement that it originated and developed in Europe (particularly in France) during the 18th century. It was thinking that everything ancient was placing in an environment of darkness and decrepitude, and that the new ideology that was coming they were the "lights".
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C au s es The lack of faith in the theocratic conception of the world, the ecclesiastic squandering, the search of the top being who does not feel lower than God and the reason over the virtuous attitudes. The Illustration, we must remember that it was a classical and racionalist movement, being the Romanticism the opposite.
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C o n s e q u en c es 1. Development of the capitalism and economic liberalism 2. Technological advances 3. Industrial machineries 4.avances scientists in medicine, astronomy and mathematics.
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Prominent characters Denis Diderot: It was an important fgure of the illustrat ion as writer, philosopher and French encyclopaedist. Recognized by his erudition, his critical spirit and his exceptional genius, marked the history of the felds in which it took part Voltaire: Last the one who declared the famous phrase " Everything for the people, but without the people ", mentions that it summarizes the illustrat ed despotism.
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Hi s t o r i c s it e s Precedents of the Illustration exist in England and Scotland at the end of the 17th century, it spread over the whole Europe and America; his contributions have been more discussed in the area of the Arts and the Literature.
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L eg a cy ( s c ienti fc , s o cio-c ult u r a l , eco nomic a nd / o r p o li t i ca l a s p ect s A great range of technological advances, I leave him behind the middle ages, increase the life expectancy. I advance very much as for politics, medicine, technology, hygiene, and other important sciences.
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F r ench Revo lu ti o n
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Deta il ed de s c ri ption o f t he mov e me n t ( De f init i on a nd dat e s ) It was a social and political confict, which convulsed France and to other Europa's nations that were facing supporters and opponents of the Former Regime. It began with the autoproclamation of the Third estate as National Assembly in 1789 and fnished with the coup d'état of Napoleon Bonaparte in 1799.
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C au s es The expansion of the new illustrated ideas, the economic regression and the agricultural cyclical crises, the fnancial bankruptcy provoked by the vices of the fscal system, an aristocracy (the nobility and the high clergy) stuck to his feudal privileges.
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C o n s e q u en c es 1-The feudal system destroyed 2-a strong blow gave To Itself to the absolute monarchy 3-Arose the creation of a Republic of liberal court 4-spread the declaration of the Laws of the man and the Citizens 5-The separation of the Church and of the State in 1794 was a precedent to separate the religion of the politics in other parts of the world
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Pr o mi n e nt ch arac t e rs
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