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What do Sir Isaac Newton's scientific explorations exemplify? A. the end of Puritan rule B. Enlightenment thought C. democratic philosophy in action D. Parliament's reign on monarchical power
Sir Isaac Newton's scientific explorations exemplify Enlightenment thought.
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