Traits of enlightened absolutism

• The idea of the state as the main instrument for achieving public good
• Activities of an enlightened monarch in the interests of educating society and establishing justice
• Building a legitimate autocratic monarchy (not a separation of powers)
• Securing the rights and privileges of each free class within the autocratic monarchy
• Enlightenment ideology was used to strengthen the serf system in the context of its incipient decomposition

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