Enlightenment (age) Essay | Humanity's Finest Movement?

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Humanity's Finest Movement?

Summary: Governments from all over the world are adopting the ideas of the philosophers from the Enlightenment days, scientific breakthroughs are occurring almost every year, and technology has become increasingly more advanced. The Enlightenment was surely a movement which allowed humanity to reach its final intellectual achievements.
All aspects of this world have been shaped through the enlightenment movement in one way or another. Much good has come through this movement. Governments from all over the world are adopting the ideas of the philosophers from the Enlightenment days, scientific breakthroughs are occurring almost every year, and technology has become increasingly more advanced. The enlightenment was surely a movement which allowed humanity to reach its final intellectual achievements.

Some may argue against the positive effects of the enlightenment because much of the technologies that we have obtained are also used for war. Marry Shelly, a writer, expresses her views of the enlightenment in her book called "Frankenstein." In this book, she writes about the story of a monster that was created by science. This can be related to today's technology which can potentially destroy the earth. It is true the enlightenment made way for devastating...

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