Harman Ch. 2

Harman Ch. 2 - Justin Smith Harman Ch. 2 1. In Europe, the...

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Justin Smith Harman Ch. 2 1. In Europe, the political changes that accompanied Spanish conquests into the New World were the changes to “new monarchies” and “absolutionisms,” which changed from the old feudal order. They were now states which rested on feudalism but in which the monarchs had learned to use new forces connected with the market system and the growth of the towns as a counterbalance to the power of the feudal lords. 2. “New monarchies” and “absolutionisms,” which changed from the old feudal order. They were now states which rested on feudalism but in which the monarchs had learned to use new forces connected with the market system and the growth of the towns as a counterbalance to the power of the feudal lords. 3. When Harman says that the culture promoted by the merchants and bankers of the Renaissance reflected their contradictory position, he means that those who flaunted wealth like merchants at the time arrived at wealth by non-feudal means, and used power to secure positions within the framework through feudalism. 4.
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course HI HI taught by Professor Coury during the Spring '08 term at Fairfield.

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Harman Ch. 2 - Justin Smith Harman Ch. 2 1. In Europe, the...

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