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What was Aristotle’s concept of scale of nature that the Elizabethans later adopted and modified?

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William Cain on November 1, 2018

There are four options for this...A. the belief that nothing on Earth is predetermined, and the world is in constant changingB.the belief that everything on Earth has a place in the natural order, which is determined by mankindC. the belief that everything on Earth has a place in the natural order, which is determined by creatorD. the belief that people should not lose their place in the social order, which is determined by God, And some people are arguing about the correct answer Is C or D.. But I think that the correct answer is C. the belief that everything on earth has a place in the natural order, which is determined bi the creator.Why? this is the explanation, He could not have made a theory about God being the creator, since the single deity version of God came much later, as Greece was polytheistic during his time. This belief was used by the Elizabethans to keep the poorer classes in what they believed was their place.


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