Pinel was important reformer during the Enlightenment era. What was his contribution?
A. as a former mental patient, he was able to show that mental illness could be cured
B. As director of the Bicetre Asylum in Paris, he eliminated many of the restraints that were used to restrict the movement of patients
C. He believed in personal responsibility and therefore assumed that the insane were guilty people in need of appropriate punishment
D. He led a campaign to eliminate mental institutions and have the insane treated within their communities