Trade and Eastward Expansion
Before 1500 Europe was a minor player in Asian trade.
Elites everywhere wanted Chinese porcelains
China wanted ivory and African slaves, exotic goods and peacocks from India
Africans wanted Indian textiles and shells from Asia
Study Sheet for the Public Sphere
Concept formulated by Jurgen Habermas in the 1960s
It begins when private people, come together to form a public and are use this public existence
to compel authority to legitimate itself and its policies before public op
Prof. John H. Munro
Department of Economics
University of Toronto
Economic History of Later Medieval and Early Modern Europe, 1250 - 1750
Topic No. 12:
1494, 1498, 1515 French kings, Charles VIII, Louis XII, and Francis I invade Italy.
Italy strategically important and thought to be the seat of great wealth.
1494 Dominican Savanarola hails Charles VIII as Gods agent of cleaning.
1495 and 1510 Papacy resp
Thirty Years War Study Sheet:
Lasts from 1618-1648
Really 5 conflicts:
Bohemian Rebellion 1618-1620
Danish Phase 1625-1629
Swedish Phase 1630-1648
Continuation of French-Habsburg Wars
A civil war within the Holy Roman Empire
Battle of Wh
Study Sheet for Witchcraf
Popular view of witches as female devotees of an ancient feminized religion is wrong
Popular view of witch hunts of the 16 th century suggest 6-9 million women killed in a gendercide, also
Evidence suggest that no more than
Who is a member of our moral community?
Fishermen in the French islands of St-Pierre-Miquelon cut the mooring
ropes of anti-sealing acti
Chapter 2: Research Strategies
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the failure to enlist participants who represent
the population of interest.
researchers use a flexible, conversational sty
Study Sheet for the Cycle of Life and Cities:
Life expectancy was about 35
Infant mortality about 25%
Women were pregnant 6-7 time and have a 6-7% chance of death each time
Under authority of Catholic Church
Sex in marriage is OK but only for
Study Sheet for The Enlightenment
Skepticism about received knowledge
Belief that laws of societies exists in the same way that laws of nature exits.
Confidence that human reason can find these laws.
Further confidence that these
CD- Ch. 7 Cognitive Development: An InformationProcessing Perspective
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attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) (p.
290): a childhood disorder involving inattention, impulsivity,
and excess motor activity, o
Study Sheet for 18th century and the rise of World Wars
Age of urbanization
First successful inoculations, small pox
Every monarch wants to be Louis XIV, especially in France
England begins Hanoverain age with George I
Limited voting opportunities, mediev
Study Sheet for Science in Early Modern History
World made of 4 elements
Above the earth, a special fifth element
Planets move in crystalline spheres in circular orbits around the earth
Remains the standard view throughout the medieval period w
CD- Ch. 6 Cognitive Development: Piagetian, Core
Knowledge, and Vygotskian Perspectives
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A-not-B search error (p. 229): the error made by 8- to 12month-olds who, after an object is moved from one hiding place
(A) to an
CD- Ch. 13 Development of * Differences and Gender
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androgyny (p. 547): the gender identity held by individuals who score high on both traditionally masculine and traditionally feminine
CD- Ch. 15 Peers, Media, and Schooling
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associative play (p. 608): a form of social interaction in which
children engage in separate activities but interact by exchanging
toys and commenting on one another's behavior.
CD- Ch. 14 The Family
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authoritarian child-rearing style (p. 574): a child-rearing style that is low in acceptance and involvement, high in coercive behavioral
control, and low in autonomy granting. Distinguished from
Study Sheet for Reformation
Basic Reformer Theology
Only God forgives sin
Believers soul renewed from the inside
The church was the community of faithful
Martin Luther: Born in Saxony (in the Holy Roman Empire)
Becomes a monk and is unsatisfied with notio
Chapter 1- History, Theory, and Applied Directions
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consists of procedures that combine
conditioning and modeling to eliminate
undesirable behaviors and increase
Summary of World in 1453
Why not China: Inward looking, rise of Confucius Philosophy.
World in 1453:
End of The Hundred Years War 1337-1453.
England and France
Ends in French Victory
Leads to War of the Roses in England and start of Tudor Dynasty in Engla
Study Sheet for 1660-1713
Believes that Frances salvation depends on him.
1661-1679 Huguenots made to feel uncomfortable in France
1680-1685 Persecution of them ramps up
1685 Edict of Nantes revoked
French economy in bad shape, massive debt
CD- Ch. 10 Emotional Development
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attachment (p. 428): the strong, affectionate tie that humans
have with special people in their lives, which leads them to feel
pleasure when interacting with those people and to be co
CD- Ch. 5 Physical Growth
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an inner-brain structure that plays a central
role in processing emotional information.
hormones released chiefly by boys' testes,
Study Sheet for French Wars of Religion
John Calvin (1509-1564)
Born in France, self-taught theologian, second generation Reformer
Founds Calvinism, more extreme form of Protestantism
Is the most exported form of Protestantism, contained in Institutio Chr
Improving Academic Performance
Source: Weiten & McCann, 2010
Answer the following true or false.
1. Its a good idea to study in as many different locations (your bedroom or kitchen, the
library, lounges around school, and so forth) as possible.
2. If yo
Rules for Writing a Successful Philosophy Paper
1. Answer the question:
make sure your paper includes a direct response to the essay question,
and all its parts.
2. Make sure you state your thesis in the opening paragraph:
motivate the issue and state
GLO S S A RY
Absolute: Never permissibly broken; violating an absolute moral rule is always
Act consequentialism: The normative ethical theory that says that an act is morally
right just because it produces the best actual or expected results.
A Quick and Dirty Guide on MLA Style Essays
During the course of a students experience in pursuing an undergraduate degree, the
inevitability arises that they will forced to complete an essay. Along with this come the various
rules and regulations that
Criticisms against care ethics
A number of criticisms have been launched against care ethics, including that it is: a) a slave
morality; b) empirically flawed; c) theoretically indistinct; d) parochial, e) essentialist, and f)
a. Care Ethics as