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The Baroque Age I. The Baroque Age a. Roughly ended of 1500s through as late as 1750, in some areas b. Political strife continues = 30 years war between Catholics and Protestants (1618- 1648) c. Treaty of Westphalia distributes lands, Netherlands are split i. Dutch Republic (Northern Baroque) 1. More Protestant, pushes what was started by Durer with the open market, republic with no aristocracy a. Rembrandt ii. Flanders Republic (Flemish Baroque) 1. Closely tied to Catholic church and aristocracy a. Rubens d. Age of Absolutism – divine right of kings, i. Ex: Louis XIV, Charles I e. Political philosophers emerge like Hobbes and Locke who argue that government is based on a social contract f. Geographic discoveries led to commercial divisions of worlds g. Scientific discover – Galileo, Kepler, Newton
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  • Spring '18
  • Political Philosophy, Thirty Years' War, Peace of Westphalia, Protestant Reformation, Monarchy, Louis XIV of France

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