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Chapter 23 Outline

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Chapter 23 Outline HIST 1120

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Date Created: 02/03/16
Chapter 23 Outline Chronology - 1473-1543 Life of Nicholas Copernicus - 1478 Foundation of the Spanish Inquisition - 1483-1546 Life of Martin Luther - 1517 Publication of The Ninety-five Theses - 1540 Foundation of the Society of Jesus - 1545-1563 Council if Trent - 1564-1642 Life of Galileo Galilei - 1571-1630 Life of Johannes Kepler - 1618-1648 Thirty Years’ War - 1642-1727 Life of Isaac Newton - 1643-1715 Reign of King Louis XIV - 1648 Peace of Westphalia - 1694-1778 Life of Voltaire - 1723-1790 Life of Adam Smith The Protestant Reformation - Protestant reformation - Luther attacked the Roman church - challenged authority of the Pope - Germany passed laws to follow the Protestant doctrine and procedures - John Calvin proposed his treatise Institutes of the Christian Religion - Calvin had slightly different ideas from Luther and created calvinism - King Henry wanted to divorce his wife - Henry made himself head of the Angelic Church - severed relations with the Roman Catholic Church - Catholic Reformation - Council of Trent - assembly of high church officials - defined the ideas of Roman Catholic theology - established seminaries to prepare priests - St.Ignatius of Loyola created Society of Jesus (Jesuits) - made effective missionaries - served as councils to the King Witch Hunts and Religious Wars - 16th-17th century people feared alliance with the Devil - 110,000 were on trial; 60,000 died - most were poor, old, single women (95%) - revealed the stress that affected European society - religious tensions between Protestants and Catholics - religious convictions between the Netherlands and Spain - The Thirty Years’ War - Holy Roman Emperor attempted to convert his Bohemian subjects to return to roman Catholic church - complicated other issues and made them more difficult to resolve The Attempted Revival of Empire - no effective imperial government in western Europe - Charles V became emperor in 1519 - did not extend his authority throughout Europe - had to put down religious upheavals - prevented Charles V from establishing his vast empire as the number one authority in Europe - abdicated his throne and retired to a monastery in Sapin The New Monarchs - public affairs fell to various regional states - New Monarchs sought to enhance their treasuries - new taxes imposed - new powerful armies arose - increase control over nobility - The Spanish Inquisition - operate institutions as a royal agency - detected Judaism, Islam, Protestantism - thousands died or were wrongly accused of heresy Constitutional States - constitutional government came to England after religious disputes - parliament disposed of the King and invited William and Mary to rule - people get representation - 1581 Dutch provinces declared themselves independent - merchants were prominent in political affairs - English and Dutch alliance between merchants and rulers Absolute Monarchies - King Louis XIV epitomized an absolute monarchy - built the Palace of Versailles - insisted that his nobles live there with him to keep an eye on them - Peter I of Russia wanted to transform Russia - wanted great military power - learned about western militaries and administrative methods - sparked potest - new seaport opened to serve as a navy port and the capital - Catherine the Great sought to make Russia great - improved government efficiency - economic development - restricted punishment on peasants - warned against rebellion - preservation of aristocratic rule - centralization and strengthening of the state The European States System - The Peace of Westphalia ended the Thirty years’ war - independent competing states - organized their own religious affairs - coalition against Louis - no ruler wanted to see one person dominate more than the other - balance of power politics - prevented building an empire - sought to develop more advanced military Population Growth and Urbanization - economic expansion was population growth - Columbian Exchange enriched diets - improved immunity of European diseases - rapid urbanization as well as population growth Early Capitalism and Protoindustrialization - economic development - capitalism emerged - joint-stock companies were important - principal foundation of global economy - had active support of government authorities - merchants were vey influential - recognized right to own private property - imperial rule and colonial rule were important - new ways to manufacture goods - “putting-out” system - discouraged competition Social Change in Early Modern Europe - Russia had little trade or manufacturing - still practiced serfdom - played crucial roles in the emergence of capitalism - capitalism posed moral challenges - regarded profit making as morally dangerous - Adam Smith: society would prosper if individuals had their own economic interests - transition to capitalist economy was difficult - manifested into violence - capitalism favored the nuclear family - offered more opportunities for independent families - love between man and woman became more important when marrying - affection between parents and children became more important The Reconnection of the Universe - Nicholas Copernicus wrote On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres - sun was the center and planets revolved around it - threatened cherished religious beliefs Scientific Revolution - Galileo Galilei and Johannes Kepler demonstrated that the orbits are elliptical - observed the spots of the sun and the moon with a telescope - universe is much larger than everyone thought originally - Isaac Newton wrote Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy - mathematical principles that govern movements of bodies on Earth - Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion - Gravity Women in Science - Émilie du Châtlet (married to Voltaire) was a mathematician and physicist - wrote Principe Mathematica - explained Newton’s complex ideas


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