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What made the scientific revolution so revolutionary was radical change of how they viewed the world and the universe around them Copernicus helped to establish the belief that the earth revolved around the sun and not the other way around Keppler showed how the universe could be explained by mathematics Galileo use of the telescope introduced the notion of the vastness of space It was also during this time that men like Locke examined mans role in society Locke believed in the idea that a social contract needed to exist in government This contract would be established on the certain right all men share and would not be governed based on any divine authority Adam Smith looked at how the economy operates and concluded that if not influenced by government would produce much better results These factors as well as others produced a change in beliefs that man was not limited by God or religion but instead man himself was able to improve ones conditionQuestion TwoFor the most part the role women played in the global commerce of the early age depended on who and where they lived Even despite the new age of enlightenment the view of the role of women in society did not change very much They provided domestic service in the homes and assisted on the farms Unfortunately slavery played a significant role in the global commerce of the early age and women were taken as slaves the same as men There were some exceptions where women provided a larger role to commerce then they did normally elsewhere In the Spanish colonial city of Potosi women were actively engaged in commerce Spanish women were allowed own and rent property and run shops Some Mestizos provided smaller services selling food and beverages In North America some Indian women who married European fur traders increased their economic position
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