Lecture W 5-13

Lecture W 5-13 - Lecture W 5/13 1. Generals don't even have...

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Lecture W 5/13 1. Generals don't even have to ask, they just take/do whatever they want 2. Why should the military keep a strong central government, it looses its own control of military mobility 3. Christianity outlawed the old religion 4. Produce a terrific economic productivity, the culture flourished 5. Sung (Song) dynasty: late 900s –c.1200 o The entire north is eventually lost; o new capital at Hangchow = seaport at S end of Great Canal, on Yangtze River. 6. The great canal (c. 600AD) (pic) 7. A group much more interested in commerce, it really begins to feel like what we think as a modern culture 8. Sung China (11th-12thc.) : Neoclassical Europe (16th-17thc.) o Revival and wide diffusion of classics An interest in the wide vision, making the classics available to the people o Tremendous interest in science and technology o Strong belief in education and in reason o Great economic development o Optimism regarding the possibility of improving society through knowledge and invention
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This note was uploaded on 07/26/2009 for the course MMW 654321 taught by Professor Smarr during the Spring '09 term at UCSD.

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Lecture W 5-13 - Lecture W 5/13 1. Generals don't even have...

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