In what way and to what extent did the Enlightenment change Western society?
Europe's ongoing change in commerce and manufacturing changed the face of Western society, both socially and economically. Developing economic changes mirriored those of popular culture and intellectual life; these parallels were the result of commercial expansion. International trade was flourishing and its reach was found in virtually all of the West; obviously, this was a prominent factor in the evolution of society.
Ordinary Westerners began to buy processed goods from Indonesia and the West Indies for daily use, such as refined sugar, coffee, and tea. This was a sign of the growing i…
E-pasta adrese, uz kuru nosūtīt darba saiti:
Saite uz darbu: