Chapter 17 - Chapter 17 Brian Nelson Period 5-6 The Attack on Religious Intolerance-Voltaire approaches religious intolerance two ways tolerantly

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Chapter 17 Brian Nelson Period 5-6 The Attack on Religious Intolerance -Voltaire approaches religious intolerance two ways, tolerantly and intolerantly. He suggests different ways, but he also suggests ways of using force to make people understand. -I believe toleration towards people that are religiously intolerant is the best way to go. If you are tolerant with them, and show them that everyone has a different aspect on life and the ways of the afterlife, and try to make them see things with an open mind, maybe they will become tolerant. If this does not work though, and they continue to do bad things because of intolerance, force would be the way to go. The Rights of Women -The author paints a picture of woman that are treated almost as slaves. Women that are almost as servants to the men they are loyal to. -They are in such a deplorable state, for times of crisis often calls for times to change. The people of this time decided to go by the book, and the book said that woman were to work at home and support their men. -Both women and men are at fault for women’s slavishness, for women agree with it and men bestow it upon them. Map 17.1
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Chapter 17 - Chapter 17 Brian Nelson Period 5-6 The Attack on Religious Intolerance-Voltaire approaches religious intolerance two ways tolerantly

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