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The Age of Enlightenment
1650-1790

Sometimes called the Age of Reason, the Age of Enlightenment was a cultural movement which began in Europe and later affected the New World. Using the Scientific Method scientist explored the physical world , while philosophers and politicians explored governance, literature and social order by exploring the thoughts and actions of Rome and Greece.

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