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role of phlosophers n french revoluton

Asked by khanrv303 11th June 2019, 7:44 PM
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The middle class in France was inspired by the writings of social thinkers and philosophers. John Locke and Jean Jacques Rousseau were two such thinkers who rejected the idea of the divine right of the king. Rousseau propounded that the Government should be based on a social contract drawn between the people and the Government.
These ideas of philosophers were discussed everywhere—in coffee shops and in salons—and spread among the common people. Inspired by these ideas, people began to oppose the special privileges enjoyed by the members of the first and second estates.
Answered by Expert 12th June 2019, 8:37 AM
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