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  • 3 Pages element of catholic response notes
    Element Of Catholic Response Notes

    School: Illinois State

    Course: Modern Western Civilization

    1 element of catholic response-Council of Trent- met between 1545-1563.1. Addressed matters of internal church discipline (practices of church ie.) limit the sale of office. Also mandated bishops could no longer be absentee had to live in their diocese an

  • 3 Pages Protestantism notes
    Protestantism Notes

    School: Illinois State

    Course: Modern Western Civilization

    2. Protestantism involved faith rather than works and it was more about ritual sermon rather than ritual practice. Going from practice to word- the keey was increasing the stress on ther personal responobility. P stresses inner scrutiny and you have to th

  • 3 Pages Age of Nationalism notes
    Age Of Nationalism Notes

    School: Illinois State

    Course: Modern Western Civilization

    The Age of Nationalism 1. Introduction- Why is Nationalism significant- What is a nation? people that share a common identity, language. A state?- has to be an official government State is the government. Significance- Nations cause violence. Other reason

  • 2 Pages feudalism notes
    Feudalism Notes

    School: Illinois State

    Course: Modern Western Civilization

    -2. the Fuedal Crisis and early national monarchies- feudalism- starts with decay of political authority at the center- it is the fragmentation of centralized authority. In theory, kings give out pieces of lands to nobles ( a warrioir cast) grants a fief

  • 3 Pages Charles the 5th notes
    Charles The 5th Notes

    School: Illinois State

    Course: Modern Western Civilization

    Charles the 5th. Diet of worms- assemblies who were called to deal with Martin Luther.- Luther was interrogated, accused of being a heratic, ultimately they demanded that Luther retracted his writings or else. He makes a famous speech.Chalres Issues the e

  • 3 Pages ch 14 europe reformation notes
    Ch 14 Europe Reformation Notes

    School: Illinois State

    Course: Modern Western Civilization

  • 3 Pages French Revolution notes
    French Revolution Notes

    School: Illinois State

    Course: Modern Western Civilization

    John Locke- English philosopher- preached a government based on consent justification for American revolution (T>J was a Lockian)- he is a bridge between the scientific revolution and enlightenment. Writes an essay concerning human understanding- jist of

  • 4 Pages Haitian Revolution notes
    Haitian Revolution Notes

    School: Illinois State

    Course: Modern Western Civilization

    I. French revolution 2 II. Review-What made it modern? Stages of revolution 1 st stage-estates general 2nd stage-liberalism stage 3rd radical stage-monarchy is overthrown. Also has a late tragic element in 1793- The role of public safety, reign of terror,

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