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The eighteenth-century writers and critics who forged the new attitudes favorable to change
The eighteenth-century writers and critics who forged the new attitudes favorable to change. They sought to apply reason and common sense to the institutions and societies of their day. Enlightenment. The eighteenth-century movement led by the philosophies that held that change and reform were both desirable though the application of reason and science. 18th century, - secular tradition has begun to expand and incorporate other areas of life.
Britain's long eighteenth century, which began with one aristocratic revolution in 1688 and ended with another in 1832, was a pageant of success. The nation's art and architecture reached their elegant and original best. The British constitution became a topic for eulogy, as much by the unenlightened and illiterate at home as by the Enlightenment literati abroad
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