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Q: What was the significance of Voltaire's novel Candide? It called for the confiscation of Church lands and the taxing of Church income. It warned of the negative effects of freedom of speech. It
recounted the hardships Voltaire had experienced in England. It used humor to illustrate the need for social reform.
A: The significance of Voltaire's novel Candide was It used humor to illustrate the need for social reform.
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User: What was the significance of Voltaire's novel Candide? It called for the confiscation of Church lands and the taxing of Church income. It warned of the negative effects of freedom of speech. It recounted the hardships Voltaire had experienced in England. It used humor to illustrate the need for social reform.

Weegy: The significance of Voltaire's novel Candide was It used humor to illustrate the need for social reform.
armageddon|Points 994|

User: How did the Enlightenment help give rise to modern capitalism? Capitalism grew out of democracy, and the Enlightenment favored democracy. Enlightenment satirists such as Voltaire shredded the old mercantile system. The individualism of Enlightenment thinkers helped disprove socialism. The writings of Adam Smith set forth the theory of that economic system.

Weegy: Capitalism grew out of democracy, and the Enlightenment favored democracy.
selymi|Points 10546|

User: What shift in scientific thinking took place in the 1500s and 1600s? Scientists began to observe the world around them. Scientists started using deductive rather than inductive reasoning. Scientists revised their theories to more closely align with the Church's teachings. Scientists relied more on testing ideas through experiments.

Weegy: The shift in scientific thinking that took place in the 1500s and 1600s is: Scientists began to observe the world around them.
may100|Points 2416|

User: How might Leonardo da Vinci's sketches of the human body, such as the one above, have inspired later scientists? His depictions of the human form made subsequent dissections unnecessary. The sketches showed that the human body could be studied as a system, using scientific principles. His depictions of the human form emphasized that it was a simple subject to study. The sketches popularized the scientific study of anatomy among common people.

Weegy: For Leonardo, however, these microcosm-macrocosm analogies are more than outmoded comparisons belonging to a pre scientific age. [ They lead him to compare his study of the body and Ptolemy's study of the earth, and consequently to use Ptolemy's method in the Geography as a starting point for his own systematic study of anatomy. ]
howareyou|Points 125|

User: How did humanism contribute to the Scientific Revolution? Humanism was embraced by the Catholic Church, which sponsored humanist scientists. Humanism inspired the idea that knowledge could be gained through the evidence provided by human senses and reasoning. Humanism cast doubt on Christian beliefs, inspiring many Christians to use scientific research to prove their faith. The Church's persecution of humanists inspired a backlash that became the Scientific Revolution.

Weegy: Humanism inspired the idea that knowledge could be gained through the evidence provided by human senses and reasoning.
beescoto34|Points 143|

User: The heliocentric model, represented above, is associated with which of the following figures? Nicholas Copernicus Sir Francis Bacon Ptolemy Aristotle

User: The map below shows the religious make-up of Europe in 1600. Use the map to answer the following question: © 2012 The Exploration Company Which of the following can be concluded from the map above? Significant numbers of both Christians and Muslims populated the Ottoman Empire at the start of the 17th century. Most of the residents of Ireland in 1600 were Anglican. Islam still had a strong presence in Spain at the start of the 17th century. Significant numbers of both Christians and Muslims populated Lithuania at the start of the 17th century.

Weegy: Sorry as in Weegy, we are unable to see the map. Could you please provide a link to that map?
Expert answered|Jay901|Points 1444|

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