Asked by Cameron Evans on Mar 10, 2024

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In Reflections on the Revolution in France,Edmund Burke

A) became an early supporter of the revolution.
B) called for the revolution to spread to other countries.
C) claimed that there was a well-established order,represented by the monarchy,established churches,and the nobility,which worked better than the abstract ideas of the Enlightenment.
D) claimed that the revolution was a sin against God.
E) presented the events in France without taking a position for or against the revolution.

Reflections on Revolution

An analysis or contemplation on the causes, effects, and significance of revolutionary movements or events, often in a historical or philosophical context.

Edmund Burke

A British statesman, philosopher, and author of the 18th century known for his support of the American Revolution and criticisms of the French Revolution.

Established Order

Represents the existing power structures or social norms that govern society, often resisted or challenged by various social movements.

  • Investigate the role of key figures and their philosophical perspectives in both promoting and opposing the revolutionary movement.
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Gerard Duvivier

Mar 10, 2024

Final Answer :
C
Explanation :
In Reflections on the Revolution in France, Edmund Burke rejected the revolution and claimed that there was a well-established order, represented by the monarchy, established churches, and the nobility, which worked better than the abstract ideas of the Enlightenment.