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Test Open: Tuesday, October 20 th Until Friday, October 23 rd 1) Define The concept of Ecological Revolution. Use Concrete examples to support your definition Process through which societies change their relationship to nature. This shift is a result of tensions between production and ecology. These revolutions include societies as a whole radically altering their concepts and perceptions especially of nature. These changes in turn impact nature (and consequently latently affects society). For example, the moment a society decides that its monetary wealth is more important than the sanctity of land, mines are mined bare, and fields are used to produce at mass amounts. The destruction of South American rainforests is a very relevant example of this. 2) List and describe the four types of economics Natural Economy - This is an economy in which non-monetary resources are used to trade for other resources. i.e. bartering Sustenance Economy - This is an economy that could also be called a "local market" economy. It is formed out of a need for security in order to ensure enough is provided for self, family, and then for the community. This economy relies solely on local ecological resources. This is the type of economy we think of when studying pre- colonial Africa. Market Economy - a fare for fare economy in which the pricing and production of goods is guided by consumer interaction. Free Market - Capitalism as we know it today, as demonstrated in most modern economies. unlike the sustenance economy, the free market thrives in international resources/productions/interactions rather than those only available locally. 3) Describe and explain the core features of the European Fedual system. How did it difer fundamentally from the pre-colonial African mode of production. The Manorial Economy of Feudalism is fundamentally different from the sustenance economy of pre-colonial Africa because in the sustenance economy locally, people provided for themselves and the community. In the Manorial Economy, the spread of area was much larger, and providing for self was secondary. Peasants were required to provide by mandate of the knights or king specifically for their monetary profit. 4) List and explain a tleast two major concepts associated with the scientific
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revolution The Scientific Method - These methodical steps lead to the idea of being able to quantify the universe at large. It gives a process to definitely solved any question about any issue through testing and observation. It enhanced the need to learn or discover empirically. Rationalism - This concept lead to a type of methodical thinking that assumed eveything to be purely physical and scientific in its actions and reactions. It caused people question science less and religion more, and that concept changed the thinking process of society as a whole. The Scientific Method – These methodical steps also helped to quantify the
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