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12/1 The Emergence of Modern Europe?Also end of 30 years’ waro1806 HRE dissolvedInvasion of NapoleonoSeeds of nationalism•FranceoEarly centralizationoPlagued by over mighty nobleSee the French nobles being split religiouslyoReligious instability, state instabilitySplit nobles make it unstable until Louis XIV?oCenter of absolutismStructure placed by absolutism is inflexible which makes it right for revolutionoCenter of revolution•EnglandoEarly centralizationoReligion tied to stateoRetains representative institutionsoRejects absolutism
12/1 The Emergence of Modern Europe?oPower in propertyPlace the power in parliamentoFrom revolutionary to conservativeGo from radical power to conservative (revolution)•As much as things change…oReligion more privateoState power centralizedoNation point of identityBegin to see themselves as French, German, SpanishoRecognition of universal rights and lawsCertain laws that apply to all peopleoSense of control over natureUnderstanding of how nature worksoWider world viewEuropean ExpansionEmpires expanding but also breaking in some parts (America)•The more they stay the sameoNot our world
12/1 The Emergence of Modern Europe?oAgriculture still dominateoHierarchical societyoNo equal rightsSome but nothing like todayWomen don’t have equal rightsSome slavery stilloBorders differentoProcess over endpoint•The Early Modern Today
Midterm Prep18:246 out of 36 ID terms…5 points eachtotal of 40% of test1 out of 2 selected essay questionsMany of which are on 15203 of which address the renaissance, westward expansion, and the reformationPossibly use 2 examples per category in essayMaster The terms because all of which can possibly be used as specific examples when discussing topics in essaysMARTIN LUTHER VERY IMPORTANT TO KNOWEssay Questions (60% in one essay)1. 1520 a new world becauseInnovations led to a new life in 1520Christopher ColumbusShip building, ship design, compassesThe discovery of America created an intellectual transformationcreated an economic transformationCreated new conflictsGave the world more ways to make moneyReligious ChangesReformationsMartin LutherThe worth of the individual was far greaterhumanismPrinting Press was inventedHUGE because now public information was more rapidSimilar to this is how youtube was the first to allow anyone to post videos to the publicMartin Luther translated the bible to german
Midterm Prep18:24Broke up german church monopoly2. Pick a character on deathbedJohn a nobleman of the holy roman empireLooking back what structured life?