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I know I wouldnt be the only who would say the 17th century is a compact era a time of adventure and inventions political problems aswell as economical ones tales of love and hate between the vast and ever expanding upper class The period has the perfect ingredients for a suspense- full and promising tv soapdrama With the amount of changes that occured in the 17th century one can easily say that it is one of the most essential centuries in history The changes have formed our present day in social poltical and economical ways And it will most likely effect our future in some matter Yet one can argue that all the cenutries have made some effect in their own way but it was in the 17th century that people began to open their eyes to the surroundings they dared to venture in to the unknown to confront the way humans are It was all do to with expanding the human knowledge as well as making it clear making assumptions proven facts and making sure the already known facts were true A widely spread idea was to use common sence as an alternative to already known fact which was not nessecairly proven fact These new philosofers as they were callled beagn to travel to far away parts of the world and would bring back with them not only new knowledge but also new materials and even foriegn people for example arabs and africans Even though the Swedish church and the upper class had it hard in Sweden their social tales would fill many of Jane Austins books The upper classes in Europe had formed solidarity leading to many upset young ladies who were sent to ohter countries to marry smart rich young men They to also took part in the enlightment period our own Lovisa Ulrika read French phiosofers books and had ocmmunication with Voltaire Who was a french philosofer well known
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