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Does candide refute voltairs ideas succesfully.?

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Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 10:45
Voltaire *wrote* Candide - so it's not refuting his ideas, but expressing them. Candide was a satire on the Age of Reason - the idea that everything was getting better, and everything happened for the best. Voltaire satirised this by having a succession of appalling things happening to his character, while they sail on through, insisting it was all for the best.
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