Unformatted text preview: phenomena, creating conflict between the two. Not just west vs non-west but internal conflicts. Should not resort to morality analysis to explain behavior of the proletariat in the late 1700s/early 1800s, but look to the models they hold as the working class, economic issue, et cetera. Moralization is relevant; sin should be attached to different systems , rather than groups of people . In Europe, we feel some affinity for this class and era, we confuse often for example ‘family values’ as biblical preaching, when it is in actuality Victorian preaching. Opportunity, et al. Bible is not always congruent with the values we hold. Political modernization...
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course HIST 10 taught by Professor Robins during the Fall '07 term at Westmont.
- Fall '07