Please respond with. 280. words
The period of Enlightenment witnessed “the most important mutation in all of European intellectual history between the Middle Ages and the present.” How do you see this linked through all the readings? Were the discoveries the result of the scientific revolution in pre-modern Europe? Prove or disprove this assertion.
The format for this and the rest of the discussions:
Essay narrative comprised of at least five paragraphs: an introduction (containing your strong arguments), three paragraphs or more (detailed analysis of your arguments with examples, in-depth coverage, and research), and conclusion. MLA is a must. Essays not formatted in MLA style will be marked down automatically 10 points; grammar, style, and lack of proofreading (spell check) will mark essays further 15 points; poor execution, brevity, and lack of evidence in your findings/arguments may fail your attempt in this exercise. If you short cite your sources in a text (e.g. (Smith 89)) please provide works cited full citation list beneath your essay. Since the component of “participation” is calculated in this discussion grade make sure to participate: 1) post your main response in MLA supported by examples by 11:59 p.m. on THURSDAY, and 2) reply to others’ posts throughout the week even after Thursday. Posting and replying on the due date or hours before the deadline results in loss of grade (no participation). Remember this grade component is combined: “discussions and participation.” Posting late (on the last day of the week) equals to walking into your classrooms in the last 5 minutes of the lecture. Keep this in mind. This is evidence and research-based exercise. I am not interested in your opinion. DO NOT start your sentences with “I believe” as this may jeopardize your post’s credibility since you’re not an expert. Two posts minimum: main response, and comment(s).
I am not looking for an opinion here but a researched argument.
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