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Western Civ. midterm

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Christian Humanism an intellectual movement in northern europe in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries that combined the interest in the classics of the italian renaissance with an interest in the sources of early christianity, including the New Testament and th
Erasmus -Most influential christian humanist -christianity guiding philosophy rather than system of domatic beliefs and practices -inner piety instead of external forms of religion -wrote Annotations, a detailed commentary on the vulgate bible -Martin Luther
Thomas More -lord chancellor of England -Wrote Utopia in 1516 --Ideal society -served king henry VIII -Advocated persecution of those who would fundamentally change the catholic church -gave up his life opposing England's break with the roman catholic church of
Pluralism 14th and 15th centuries -highest positions in the clergy held by the rich and nobles --to increase revenues, church official took on multiple positions ---Pluralism -----church office goers ignored their duties and hired unqualified underlings which r
Doctrine of Justification
Indulgences
The Ninety-Five Theses
The Peace of Augsburg
Ignatius of Loyola
Huguenot
Edict of Nantes
The Spanish Armada
Portolani
Treaty of Tordesillas
Encomienda
Triangular Trade
Middle Passage
Joint-Stock company
Mercantilism
heliocentric Conception
Rationalism
Empiricism
Inquisition
Sejm
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