• Ap 1988 Euro
    (B) Created a French church separated from papal authority. (C) Ended the War of the Spanish Succession. (D) Proclaimed the toleration of Calvinism. (E) Precipitated the French Wars of Religion. [pic] 3. The sketch above, drawn by Galileo in 1610, was used to argue...
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  • Sociology and Other Sciences
    discovered through a quantitative or experimental approach (Durkheim extensively relied on statistics). One can thus argue that Durkheim defended a form of sociological positivism.[7] Method and objectivity In his Rules of the Sociological Method (1895), Durkheim expressed his will to establish...
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  • John Calvin
    region, larger in the time of Calvin, is north of Paris encompassing the parts of France up to the border with current modern-day Belgium containing major cities of Lille, Amiens, and Calais, with Calais being the city in the region just across the Channel from the famous chalk cliffs of Dover, England...
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  • sociological theory - Weber
    a problem as a central issue, which in turn ensured particular fields as a canonical view. Furthermore, through the pedagogy of classics, the canon became part of the higher education in sociology allowing sociologists from even the most remote parts of the world to identify themselves in the categories...
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  • Evangelicalism
    transformed and those which it actively rejected or resisted. As movements that came of age during the first half of the nineteenth century, Evangelical Protestantism can be understood most clearly in the political, economic, and religious contexts of post-revolutionary American society. Although the movement...
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  • A Push Notes for Test 2
    historical connections to the Church of England or similar beliefs, worship and church structures.[1] Anglicanism forms one of the principal traditions of Christianity, together with Protestantism, Roman Catholicism, Oriental Orthodoxy and Eastern Orthodoxy.[2] Regulator Movement - The War of the Regulation...
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  • Intro to Socio
    .In this sense, we live in a constantly-changing world that does, however, exhibit certain regularities and routines - we go to work, to school, we form relationships that have a certain degree of permanence and so forth. What this basically means is that the term "social change" is by no-means as...
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  • British History
    “Great Britain”. This, for example is the name you hear when a medal winner steps onto the rostrum at the Olympic Games. The abbreviation “GBP” in international bank drafts is another example of the use of this name. In writing and speaking that is not especially formal or informal, the name “Britain” is...
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  • Imperialism
    MAJOR AP EUROPEAN HISTORY DEFINITIONS Renaissance Alexander VI - (1492-1503) Corrupt Spanish pope. He was aided militarily and politically by his son Cesare Borgia, who was the hero of The Prince. Dante Alighieri - Italian poet wrote Inferno and Divine Comedy. Boccaccio - (1313-1375) Wrote the...
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  • Industrial Revolution
    into the cities to seek work in the newly developed factories. The colonial expansion of the 17th century with the accompanying development of international trade, creation of financial markets and accumulation of capital are also cited as factors, as is the scientific revolution of the 17th century...
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  • Mary Rowlandson
    opened the door to other religions to spring up such as Calvinism which was created by John Calvin. The creation of Protestantism created an international social reform and influenced many monarchies and political powers. The creation of Calvinism evidenced the leniency of countries to new religions forming...
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  • Why Did the Catholic Reform Happen?
    Why did the reform happen? What was the impact? “At a deeper psychological level, the reformers' ideas of salvation introduced a major change in the way people saw their world. They could no longer free themselves from sin through magical rituals. Instead, they had to be active in adopting a new...
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  • Aplit
    absolute power over their wives (as evidenced by the punishments of unruly husbands), but they did have much power over women.                         Why did slavery in the colonies grow more rapidly in the last decades of the 17th century than in the earlier decades of that century? They grew more rapidly...
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  • Ap Euro Term Review
    Colet[1467-1519 (gave humanist lectures)] and More[1478-1535 (greatest humanist of England, Utopia (1516))]France: * French scholars studied in Italy became enthusiastic humanists * 15th century, Greek began to be studied * 1529, King Francis I (1515-1547) established College de France in Paris encouraged...
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  • Deborah Yu: New World Begginings
    protestant queen who crushed an Irish uprising, and left Protestant people in charge of the land. In addition, she encouraged the English to spread Protestantism, and knighted Francis Drake. George II: King George II was the king who Georgia was named after. This colony was intended to be a buffer, protecting...
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  • His 121 Study Guide 1
    was the first European to explore North America's Southwest. Explored much of the interior of the continent reaching as far as the Great Plains, and became the first European to encounter the immense herds of buffalo that roamed the west. Queen Isabella of Spain: Married to King Ferdinand, their marriage...
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  • Early Protestant Missionary Efforts in the Philippines
    whether in 1 An earlier version was presented in the International Symposium on Asian Mission, Manila, Jan 2002, and this revised version was published in Wonsuk Ma & Julie Ma, eds., Asian Church and God's Mission: Studies Presented in the International Symposium on Asian Mission in Manila, Jan 2002 (Manila:...
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  • Martin Luther and Ww2
    However, the extent of his influence is not. One can simply look at the events following Luther’s actions to understand their real impact. Protestantism, initiated by Martin Luther, set off a chain reaction that eventually led to the American Revolution. That revolution, and its outcome, led the...
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  • An Economic Inquiry Into the Dutch Golden Age
    as The Republic of the United Seven Provinces and the Dutch Republic) flourished during an unprecedented cultural and economic golden age. The Dutch became boldly empowered in this epoch, and finally subdued their long-time antagonists, overcoming a tandem of depressive forces – the Portuguese and Spanish...
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  • Professor
    Capitalism is a book written by philosopher Michael Novak and published by Simon and Schuster in 1982. Irving Kristol described it as “unquestionably a major work for our times.” In this book, Novak aims to understand and analyze the theological assumptions of democratic capitalism, its spirit, it values...
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