why were the ideas of einstein and freud revolutionary

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Kimmy

They were revolutionary because they were fundamentally novel ways to view the world. Freud’s analysis of the mind forced man to look inside himself in a new and different way. Einstein’s ideas about our world showed man that nature isn’t all that it seems and is different for each individual.

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