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    What were the underlying causes of World War I?

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    System of permanent alliances, intense nationalism among Slavs, German hyper nationalism,

    • Humanities 3 Exam 3
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    • Vocabulary for Humanities 3 Exam 3. Find, create, and access All Quiet on the Western Front, flashcards with Course Hero.
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    An important question concerning the Renaissance was, "were the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries a continuation of the Middle Ages or the begging of a new era?" What was the "humanist" position on the subject?

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    It was the beginning of a new era.

    • Lecture and Text Questions Exam 1
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    • Vocabulary for Lecture and Text Questions Exam 1. Find, create, and access The Prince, flashcards with Course Hero.
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    In what way was the Enlightenment an extension of the revolution in science? (Scientific method, natural law, understandable explanation)

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    They explain natural laws that are at work in the universe. People no longer depend on faith for authority, they can look to science. Advances in warfare (gunpowder weapons, Cannons) Medicine Sun center of universe, went against church theory

    • Humanities II Test 5 - Lecture Questions
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    What was the "Malleus Malificarum", and why was it written?

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    A book instruction how to find and kill witches, It was wrote to increase awareness about witches and to scare people

    • Humanities 2 Test 4
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    What factors shaped the pre-modern view of nature and the past and how did they shape it?

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    • Humanities 3 Exam 2
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    Who was John Wyclif and how did he come into conflict with the Church?

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    English born, Studied at Oxford, Priest, Professor of theology, Theologian, When he speaks people will listen; Develops a radical idea and challenges the church, believes in predestination saying church can't save you and role of church isn't necessary, bible is the only authority not the church, thinks that church shouldn't have property or wealth and should live in poverty like how Christ did, he took his arguments outside of the church and made it appealing to the English people

    • Humanities 2 Exam 2
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    How did the Muslim conquest of Constantinople (1453) contribute to the European exploration of the Atlantic Ocean? (What was the dream of Cathay?)

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    Cathay is a catch all for Japan, China, Inida, Constantinople was on the Silk Road to China, Turkey took over Constantinople in 1453, so now nothing can get back to christian countries, Now they are looking for a way to get access to Cathay** Christian merchants no longer have availability to the silk road

    • Humanities 2 Exam 3
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    What is Rousseau's purpose in writing this book?

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    To tell views on how a state and how it should be legitimately run.

    • Humanities II Test 5 - Book Quesitons
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