To the Eighteenth Century

ISBN-10: 0072565454
ISBN-13: 9780072565454
Edition: 8th 2003 (Revised)
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List price: $92.50
Edition: 8th
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date: 7/25/2002
Binding: Mixed Media
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.684
Language: English

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Preface
Introduction
Breakdown and Renewal in an Age of Plague
Population Catastrophes Demographic Decline
Plague
Economic Depression and Recovery Agricultural Specialization
Protectionism
Technological Advances
The Standard of Living
Popular Unrest Rural Revolts
Urban Revolts
The Seeds of Discontent
Challenges of the Governments of Europe Roots of Political Unrest
The Nobility and Factional Strife
England, France, and the Hundred Years' War
The Tides of the Battle
The Effectors of the Hundred Years' War
The States of Italy
The Fall of Byzantium and the Ottoman Empire The Fall of Constantinople
Tradition and Change in European Culture, 1300-1500
The New Learning The Founding of Humanism
Humanism in the Fifteenth Century
The Florentine Neoplatonists
The Heritage of the New Learning
Art and the Artists in the Italian Renaissance Three Friends
The High Renaissance
Status and Perception
The Culture of the NorthChivalry and Decay
Contemporary Views of Northern Society
Art and Music
Scholastic Philosophy, Religious Thought, and Piety The 'Modern Way'
Social and Scientific Thought
The State of Christendom Styles of Piety
Movements of Doctrinal Reform
Reformations in Religion
Piety and DissentDoctrine and Reform
Causes of Discontent
Popular Religion
Piety and Protest in Literature and Art
Christian Humanism
The Lutheran ReformationThe Conditions for Change
Martin Luther
The Break with Rome
Lutheran Doctrine and Practice
The Spread of Lutheranism
Lutheranism Established
The Spread of Protestantism Zwingli and the Radicals
Persecution of the Radicals
John Calvin
Calvinism
The Anglican Church
The Catholic RevivalStrengths and Weaknesses
The Council of Trent
The Aftermath of Trent
Ignatius Loyola
Religion and Politics
Economic Expansion and a New Politics
Expansion at HomePopulation Increase
Economic Growth
Social Change
Expansion OverseasThe Portuguese
The Spaniards
The First Colonial Empire
The Centralization of Political Powers Tudor England
Louis XI and Charles VIII
The Growth of Government Powers
United Spain
Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor
The Splintered States
The New StatecraftNew International Relations
Machiavelli and Guicciardini
War and Crisis
Rivalry and War in the Age of Philip II Elizabeth I of England
The Dutch Revolt
Civil War in France
From Unbounded War to International Crisis The Thirty years' War
The Peace of Westphalia
The Military Revolution Weapons and Tactics
The Organization and Support of Armies
The Life of the Soldier
Revolution in EnglandPressures for Change
Parliament and Law
Rising Antagonisms
England Under Cromwell
Revolts in France and SpainThe France of Henry IV
Louis XIII
Political and Social Crisis
The Fronde
Sources of Discontent in Spain
Revolt and Secession
Political Change in an Age of Crisis The Unites Provinces
Sweden
Eastern Europe and the Crisis
Culture and Society in the Age of the Scientific Revolution
Scientific Advance from Copernicus to Newton Origins of the Scientific Revolution
The Breakthroughs
The Climax of the Scientific Revolution: Isaac Newton
The Effects of the Discoveries The New Epistemology
Bacon and Descartes
Pascal's Protest Against New Sciences
Science Institutionalized
The Arts and Literature Unsettling Art
Unsettling Writers
The Return of Assurance to the Arts
Stability and Restraint in the Arts
Social Patterns and Popular Culture Popular Trends
Social Status
Mobility and Crime
Changes in the Villages and Cities
Belief in Magic and Rituals
Forces of Restraint/Conclusion
The Emergence of the European State System
Absolutism in France The Rule of Louis X

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