7 - Western Civ Notes 7/7 JP Seral Transubstantiation:...

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Western Civ Notes 7/7 Transubstantiation: Where the change of the substance of bread and wine into  the Body and Blood of Christ. Philosophes  promoted Legal Reform Code Napoleon: French Civil code established by Napoleon. Highly influential Tybern: Hanging area outside London Family event (big deal) Beccaria opposed to public executions, called it “barbaric” Philosophes  also sought economic reform. Mercantilism (encouraged government intervention) European countries highly competitive. They try to become “self-sufficient” o Don’t have real alliances, especially if they go to war with a country they  deal with economically. Bullionism is a subject of Mercantilism. France developed indigenous (Chinese silk factory?) Britain encouraged private boat owners (expensive). Navigation Acts:
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This note was uploaded on 07/11/2008 for the course HIST 2 taught by Professor Shonk during the Summer '08 term at Marquette.

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