07-11-27 --- MMW 4 Lecture 10

07-11-27 --- MMW 4 Lecture 10 - Dutch Sugar Slaves 1 Goal a...

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1. Goal a. Reformation i. Catholic reformation b. Dutch i. Achievement 1. protestant region 2. contact with outside c. Slavery i. How it fits into the course 2. The Netherlands a. World Economic Empire i. 15,000 Ships 1. ½ European total ships in sea b. Shift North/ Protestant i. Amsterdam: new city to rise (17 th century: 200,000 inhabitants) 1. shift north; protestant world c. Capitalism i. “The Nature of the Dutchman is to fly to no man but for his profit”: 1. connection between Dutch and profit d. Tolerance i. Home: ii. Abroad?: is the tolerance at home demonstrated abroad? 3. Trends a. N. Europe Abroad i. Dutch: settle in New World: New Amsterdam 1. Hudson river Valley ii. English 4. Christianity a. 1054 i. Catholic/Orthodox: east and west b. 1500 i. Reformation ii. North/South Split: only in the west c. End of W. Christian Unity i. Catholics ii. Lutherans iii. Calvinists 1. Reformed 2. Presbyterians 3. Puritans iv. Church of England 1. Anglicans
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2. Episcopalians v. Anabaptists: 5. War and Religion a. Europe
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