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History 105: Week 5 Notes

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History 105: Week 5 Notes HIST 105

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Lecture notes for week five.
World History II
Prof. Furtado
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World History, religion, catholic, protestant, Buddhism, confucian, inquisition, Martin Luther
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Date Created: 02/08/16
Lecture – 2/1/16  Christianity was the only accepted religion in Europe 1000-1500 o The papacy  Peninsula of Iberia was only place you could find Christians and Jews Together  Why didn’t the European state system lead states to self- destruct, and what rule did religion play In the story?  Battle of Lepanto (1571) o Holy league over Ottomans o (Spain, Venice, Genoa, Papal States) o Unity over Ottomans o Papacy: Church directed by Pope  By this time, Catholics and Protestants had come about. Not pure Christianity in Europe anymore o The Protestant reformation o 95 Theses o Martin Luther (1517)  Luther challenged the church doctrine on many issues by posting 95 theses on the church wall  Important concepts from the 95 theses o Indulgences: can’t just get indulgence from pope and have sins absolved o Salvation: God has to give you salvation, can’t just do works or pay for salvation o Priests and Remissions (forgiveness of sins): can only come from God, can be forgiven from priests  Because of printing press, 95 theses went viral  Calvinism: John Calvin (1509-64) o Got ahold of Luther’s book o Luther didn’t mean for people to rebel against state, average people can’t just interpret the book they have to study the word of God  Iconoclasm (In Netherlands) o Calvin took Luther’s words too far and thought pictures and statues were bad, defaced art  Act of Supremacy 1534 o Henry VIII the king England o Made it so he can decide things about religion, not the pope o This was so he could divorce Catherine of Aragon because pope said no, that way Henry could have an heir o Creates Anglican church  Church now belongs to king, not independent  Confessionalism: Separate Christians and Protestants to different areas o Further division of religion in Europe  The Habsburg empire (1555) o Charles V the king of Spain o Holy Roman Emperor (1500-58) o Very Catholic  The Spanish Inquisition (1483-1834) o Lutheranism o Cryptojudaism = hidden Jews  During Spanish conquest, had some Christians and Jews, thought Jews would be still practicing Judaism, this was heresy to be pretending to be Christian but actually a Jew.  Inquisition first actually used in France o Spanish had office of church inquisition come to Spain, appointed Spanish inquisitors. Hunt down Jews and Protestants. o People weren’t usually executed o State power to combat Protestantism.  The Netherlands Revolt (1546-1648) o Economics o Calvinism  Massacre of French Hugenots (1572)  Defeat of Spanish Armada 1588 o English beat Spanish o Phillip II Kind of Spain had romantic longing for queen Elizabeth of England o Phillip had to invade England and convert them to save Elizabeth  Thirty Year War (1618-1648) o 2 million people die o Peace of Augsburg treaty - 1555 Lecture – 2/3/16  Thirty Years war o Treaty of Westphalia: 1648 o Europe fragmented politically and religiously o Sovereignty of states  States would be recognized on independent level  Recognition of religions  Right to Practice your religion (public and private) within an opposite state  English Civil war 1642-51 o Execution of Charles I the king of England (Catholic) (1600- 49) o Sparked revolt because didn’t want Charles to force Catholicism  Absolutism: Louis XIV king of France (1638-1715) o Very smelly because they thought bathing brought disease o No bathrooms, went in little alcoves in hallways and wiped with drapes  Religious tensions between English and France o Wars are more about politics and money, but religion was motive  European State systems o Competitive sovereign states o Formed of, but outlasts religious differences o Economics is a critical factor  It’s all really about money o Religion does not serve as unifying force  The Chinese Imperial System  The Middle Kingdom o Thought they were at the center of the world and also center of all human creation, most important  Dynasties: o Song (960-1279) o Yuan (Mongol)(1279-1368) o Ming (1368-1644) o Qing (Manchu)(1644-1911)  Qin Shi Huangdi (259-210 BCE) first emperor of China  1600 china had 120 million (100 million in Europe)  1800 boom to 300 million because of new world crops  All religions serve to serve the emperor o Relevant to Gods if emperor was relevant to Gods  Confucianism  Buddhism  Taoism  Islam  Judaism and Christianity  No Competitive surrounding states like Europe  All religions accepted unless it went against social order and peace (this was based around Confucianism)  The Ming (1368-1644) o Forbidden city (1420), Beijing o Great Wall mostly built later in Ming or Qing, started long before  Only eunuchs could go into forbidden city where the emperor and his family lived  The Manchu rebellion and Qing dynasty o Weakness of imperial court and failure to attend to peasants o Manchu rebelled, come from North (Manchuria) o Came in and took over o Wall was meant to keep them out  Declared themselves a dynasty (Qing) 1644 o Banner system, military war different colored clothes to show order (The Queue) o Mongols aligned with them o Don’t need to worry about the north, makes them more powerful o Wanted to assert cultural and racial dominance over natives  Tonsure: shave half of head, made humility, culture value of Manchus, executed if they didn’t do it  loyalty  Knew that this went against native Chinese ideals because it disrespected ancestors o Later, long hair represented rebellion  Revolt of the 3 Feudatories (1673-1681) o 3 warlords that govern these areas do not respect Qing, say they have no right to be there  Emperors: Kangxi (1654-1722), Yong Zhen (1722-35), Qianlong (1735-96) o Didn’t actually use their real names  Kangxi knew scholarship was very important  Qianlong added most territory to the state  Mandate of heaven o Everything revolves around middle kingdom o So why meddle with foreigners? o Mandate gives right to rule, son of heaven o Emperor in celestial world is the same as the emperor in physical world o Divine right as king is different, with mandate you still have to be just  Only one ruler  Right to rule is based on virtue, good steward of kingdom. If china is not prospering you are failing  Inheritable, son can get mandate from dad  Address emperor as “son of heaven”  If you lived outside of china then you need to pay tribute, middle kingdom ideal o Korea, Vietnam, Siam, Laos, Burma, Dutch, Portuguese  Kowtow: position of submission as respect to emperor, lay flat on ground  1689: treaty with Russians, recognized them as a state, breaks middle kingdom ideal o Chinese were forced Lecture – (2/5/16)  The McCartney embassy (1792) o British went to China o Refused to bow down to emperor, very rude o One thing Chinese liked that English brought was the clock, the rest were just toys  Britain’s requests o Permanent embassy in Beijing o Not worthy of this because of Middle Kingdom ideal o Possession of small island o Reduced tariffs on traders in Guangzhou  Imperial Response o All Europeans are barbarians o All nations of earth are tributaries of China o Tremblingly obey and show no negligence  Opium War (1842) o British traders pouring opium into china o Addicted 10 percent of population, opium was legal o Chinese ships intercepted and took opium and put it in the sewers o Naval war  British won because they had better ships o Opium pumps silver back into Europe  Started growing own tea, didn’t have to get it from China anymore  Keys to Chinese Imperial system o Sino centrism: China at center “middle kingdom” o Middle kingdom as civilization vs. barbarity o Emperor is son of heaven o Tribute and trade rights o If not paying tribute, no trading  Chinese official religion: o Manchu religion was originally shamanistic  once in China turned to old age Buddhism and Chinese traditions (political tool)  How did religion and Chinese Imperial system work together? How can compare with religion and state in Europe?  Bodhisattva: received enlightenment, purposefully stayed in physical plain to help others get to enlightenment  Thangka (a painting) had Qianlong emperor as the Bodhisattva of wisdom o Physical manifestation of balance o Center of Tibetan Buddhist thinking o Gives him a lot of power o Alliance with Mongols and Tibettenism  Confucian Government o Necessary for Han Chinese loyalty o Kongzi (Confucius) 551 BCE  Book of change (Yin Yang)(Taoism)  Book of Documents (Politics)  Book of Songs (poetry)  Book of rites (Society, rituals) o Have to do ritual exactly right every time, not as important to actually believe it, creates order, no war  Spring and Autumn Annals (history)  Confucian social order o Scholar o Farmer (food) o Artisan o Merchant (lowest because purpose was money)  No room for radical change, reason Zheng He couldn’t continue  Relationship order o Ruler – subject o Father – son o Husband – wife o Elder – younger brother o Friend – Friend  Filial piety, must respect elders and rulers o If you don’t it dishonors ancestors in celestial realm  The 4 Virtues o Xiao (Filial Piety) o Ren (Humanity): no right to be cruel or inhumane to others o Shu (Reciprocity): Do to others as you want done to you o Li (Ritual): ritual important even if you don’t believe in it, contrast Europe  Taoist Ying Yang – eternal balance universally, light cant exist without dark, etc  Religious Diversity o Buddhism and Taoism o Anything that threatened balance rejected but these were okay th  Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha) (6 century BCE) o Not a threat to state, politically important  Buddhism: o Life is suffering, reincarnation, renunciation of self, nirvana, bodhisattva  Taoism o Qi and harmony, energy force through all things o Link with nature o Metaphysics, the Tao.


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