1. Russia a. Russia at this time is a "backward" country i. Little knowledge of the outside world ii. People in Western Europe don't know whats going on in Russia and Vice-versa iii. Very Religious iv. Very traditional - Little Change b. In 1598 the
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Application software / system software
Programming language, source code, object code
Copyright and licenses
Network using PLC and PLN and other cables.
OS and Multitasking.
Drivers and utility programs
Boot process and location of the
During the Enlightenment, a lot of intellectuals tried to abolish certain tradition
distinctions, but were unsuccessful. One distinction was social status. During this time, Europe
was in a state of change, but the one thing that
EUH 2001 TEST 2 STUDY GUIDE
Enlightened Absolutism- (monarchs served naturally) embraced enlightenment ideas but
didnt give up absolutism rights
Robert Wadpole- was Prime Minister for 20 years, had peaceful polices and lowered
An army w/ a country-
Chapter 19 The Age of Revolution The American Revolution Political Issues
Enlightenment Ideas Separating from the Known
The American Revolution Reorganization, Resistance, and Rebellion Britain's victory in the Seven Years' War 50% of adult male populat
Chapter 18 European State in the 18th Century Spielvogel, pp. 539-568 The European States Enlightened Absolutism Natural Rights The European States France: The Rule of Louis XV Resisted Enlightenment ideas Less foreign entanglements, more industry and tra
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Mary Shelleys novel, Frankenstein, is a classic about a man-made monster who longs to
be accepted by society. It is basically about creating life and how sometimes science can be more
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Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the origin of a few common superstitions.
I. Open with Impact: My grandmother is a lotto junkie.
A. Shes been playing for as long as
EuH 2001.0009 Office Hours: Mondays and Tuesdays 5pm 5:50pm Text: The Western Experience. Volume II Mortimer Chambers This course will cover the events that shaped Europe since the Wars of Religion.
Mr. S. de Zwart [email protected]
As always it is
1. The Enlightenment - late 1600s - 1800 a. This movement centered around reason and logic - the age of reason b. An attempt by people to explain the war c. Had its origins in the Scientific Revolution i. Newton puts all the new astronomy ideas toget
1. William II 1859 - 1888 - 1918 - 1941 a. 1890 he dismisses Bismarck b. His replacements were not very good c. Treaty between Germany Austria Hungary and Russia lapses d. And treaty between Austria and Russia lapse e. France immediately approaches R
1. The French Revolution 1789 - 1799 a. Throughout the middle of the Century the king in Louis XV 1710-1715-1774 b. He chills in Versailles c. Louis XV didn't have the will or interest to govern the country d. His most famous mistress was Madame Pomp
1. The 7 year's war
a. A global war
a. Basically two wars
i. On the continent - Prussia holding off its enemies
i. Colonial war - England and France
i. Prussia was surrounded and Fredrick William had a very difficult task
to hold off the enemies
i. Most o
Compare documents Valentian 1: Decree on Papal Power 445 and Gelasius I on
Spiritual and Temporal Power, 494 & determine who is in charge.
For the first document, the emperor is in charge. In the following excerpt, it states: Since,
then, the primacy of t