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The Black Legends - Part 9 of 13 - Jansenism, the Enlightenment, the Press, and Public Opinion
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Dr. John Rao
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  Jansenists saw the Church's attitude towards nature as deluded and overblown. The Enlightenment believed that nature could soar if only freed from the Church's effort to corrupt it with a fraudulent supernatural guidance. Both groups promoted their understanding of nature and ridiculed the Church's vision as a lie through a development of the popular Press and the creation of explosive issues--causes cĂ©lebres--that put orthodox in an absurdly bad light. Taken from: The Black Legends: The Renaissance, the Enlightenment, and the Anti-Catholic Myth - 2003 VonHildebrand Institute


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