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Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. In feudalism, an overlord is a supreme lord; one who is the lord of other lords.
  2. The term feudalism is generally used to describe this period, being accepted by scholars as applicable to medieval Japan as well as to medieval Europe. (Web site)
  3. Tibetan feudalism was cloaked in Buddhism, but the two are not to be equated. (Web site)

History

  1. The term feudalism has been used by different political philosophers and thinkers throughout history.

Kingdom

  1. Due to its existence during the height of feudalism, the kingdom was based on the purest forms of feudal theory. (Web site)

Development

  1. Some historians have gone to the length of relating their oath-making to the later development of feudalism.

Reformation

  1. The French also controlled the region in 1806-1815, resulting in the abolition of feudalism and the reformation of the justice system.

Production

  1. The revisionists wanted to eliminate those aspects of Tibetan feudalism that held back increased production.

Further Growth

  1. The subsequent period, ending around 1000, saw the further growth of feudalism, which weakened the Holy Roman Empire.

Mercantilism

  1. Early Enlightenment thinkers contrasted liberalism with the authoritarianism of the Ancien Régime, feudalism, mercantilism and the Roman Catholic Church.

France

  1. Louis XV (1715-74) inherited a unified France, but a France still burdened by the remnants of feudalism. (Web site)

Crusades

  1. When the Crusades began, feudalism flourished. (Web site)
  2. At the time of the Crusades, Christian Europe was living in the age of feudalism.

System

  1. The Magna Carta is a charter signed by King John in 1215, during the Middle Ages, a period organized around the system of feudalism.
  2. That system eventually gave way to feudalism, which eventually gave way to capitalism.

Society

  1. Launched by Mao Zedong in 1966 to eradicate elitism, bureaucratism, "feudalism" and "bourgeois ideas" in the party, government, and society at large.

Social System

  1. Nobility is just one of social strata typical for only one social system (namely, feudalism).

Lordship

  1. Incidentally, lordship or seignory is a legal term associated with feudalism that refers to rights and privileges attached to a manor.

Lords

  1. The link between knight and lord was the basis of feudalism, and could go higher up the social scale with loyalties between lords, dukes, princes, and kings. (Web site)

Bloch

  1. Bloch conceived of feudalism as a type of society that was not limited solely to the nobility.

Imperialism

  1. Mao sought to subvert the alliance of imperialism and feudalism in China.

Serfdom

  1. Serfdom is the socio-economic status of peasants under feudalism, and specifically relates to Manorialism.

Germany

  1. Through this right they made themselves strong, their ruler weak, and so feudalism persisted in Germany while it was fading in France and England. (Web site)
  2. Following the Contest, true feudalism sprang up in the form of castle building all over Swabia and the rest of Germany. (Web site)

Nation-State

  1. France was one of the earliest countries to progress from feudalism to the nation-state. (Web site)

Europe

  1. Africa had a kind of feudalism, like Europe based on agriculture, and with hierarchies of lords and vassals. (Web site)
  2. When the Crusades closed, feudalism was decadent throughout Europe, and had largely disappeared from parts of it. (Web site)

Baltic States

  1. History The common history of the Baltic States starts when the Sword Brethren brought Christianity and feudalism to the region. (Web site)

Japan

  1. The Charter Oath, a five-point statement of the nature of the new government, abolished feudalism and proclaimed a modern democratic government for Japan.
  2. This document, which the Emperor then formally promulgated, abolished feudalism and proclaimed a modern democratic government for Japan.
  3. Feudalism had come of age, and was to dominate Japan for several centuries. (Web site)

Chinese People

  1. But the Chinese people had yet to fulfill their historical task of overthrowing imperialism and feudalism.

Empire

  1. And yet, at the time of the Reformation, the Empire was little better than a state in dissolution through the centrifugal forces of feudalism. (Web site)

Fourth Crusade

  1. The anonymous 14th century Chronicle of the Morea relates events of the Franks ' establishment of feudalism in mainland Greece following the Fourth Crusade.

Socialism

  1. Most historical economic systems, from feudalism to mercantilism to socialism, cement economic power in the hands of a self-satisfied orthodoxy. (Web site)

Capitalism

  1. As applied to history, it supposes that the succession of feudalism, capitalism, socialism, and finally the classless society is inevitable.
  2. The political economy of the Soviet Union had more similarities to feudalism than either capitalism or socialism.
  3. Karl Marx, in Das Kapital, observed that the historical progress of economies from feudalism to capitalism was a classic example of decentralisation.

Feudalism

  1. Marxists believe that just as society has transformed from feudalism to capitalism, it will transform into socialism and eventually communism. (Web site)
  2. He states that these modes of production are: primitive communism, slave society, feudalism, capitalism, and then socialism and communism. (Web site)
  3. In Marxist theory, the idea of the free market simply expresses the underlying long-term transition from feudalism to capitalism.

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