History Notes-9-24 History 1011
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Date Created: 01/25/15
New Pol orders 16th and 17th cens Europe Politics and Society Europe dev of the euor state system spain as a super power hegemon Europol thought Etc Euro States I Fading idea of pol unity of Euro no new roman empire variesties of monarchies republics I power of rulers power of states aristocracies and other institutions state administration territorial limitations etc Spain and New Rome weak monarchy but super power state resources of American dynastic luck spains other possessions not to be by end of 16th century tide was turning Developments in Pol thought I state soverignity Jean Bodin 1576 l Niccolo Machiavelli s The Prince 1513 l Natural Law and the Law of Nations Francisco Suarez 15481617 Hugo Grotius 1625 Society and Social Change in Europe I not classes but corporate orders notibiity cergy others cities and communities urban privileges and groups quotFamiyquot rede ned role of women and the family women rulers reformation new marriage laws Dividing Line in Europe Elbe and Danube Peasants and quotSecond Serfdomquot Aristocratic Resurgence Russia and Peter the Great Reigned 1682 1725 I made Russia part of the European system I attempted reforms domestically to bring Russian society and institutions into line with European models I part of shifting center of gravity of power in Europe
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