History Essays

Submitted By ikuto22nya
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The Early Middle Ages Subject
European Society

Andie Jakubczyk Verb advanced during developed shattered due to sped by

Objects
The Early Middle Ages
The Volk
Communities
New Weapons
The Plague

Thesis
European Society advanced during the early middle ages, as the Volk dominated the development of societies as influenced by the Church. Society also showed the early stages of shattering, due to the Byzantine Empire’s newly developed warfare style/weapons, and the quick spread of the Bubonic Plague. Paragraph
European Society notably advanced during the early middle ages, particularly in the West. As the Volk dominated the development of societies through their changing kinship system and conquering of new doma ins and settlements. As the volk settled, the Church influenced the way in which they developed communities, eventually causing the Germans join the Catholic
Church. The Early Middle Ages also showed early stages of certain parts of society drifting, due to the Byzantine Empire’s new use of Greek fire and heavy cavalry. The dissolvement of central power was spread of the Plague, which was propelled through rats traveling through the cargo holds of ships during both merchant’s and the army’s ships, causing devastating population losses all of Europe. European Society notably advanced during the early middle ages, particularly in the West. As the Volk dominated, the Church influenced the way in which they developed communities, eventually causing the Germans join the Catholic Church. The Early Middle Ages also showed early stages of certain parts of society drifting, due to the Byzantine Empire’s new use of Greek fire and heavy cavalry. The dissolvement of central power was spread of the Plague, which was propelled through rats traveling through the cargo holds of ships during both merchant’s and the army’s ships, causing devastating population losses all of Europe. As the volk fought their way through the lands left by the fall of rome,
As they taught these ideas, more Germans converted to Catholoicism, becoming a part of the germanic vok itself. germans standardized... their attempt to capture italy and north africa weakened the population to become more suseptable to an epidemic via an inability

Socrates 469­399 BCE
Athens
479­431 bce (golden age) rise of athenian power peloponnesian wars 431­403 bce­athens defeat why? Socratic method dialectic logic­q and a the law of contradicting nobody truly knows anything knowledge exists knowledge must be independant of anyone/perspective objectivity ethics if something exists, it must exist for some ood knowledg is the power to do good sophocles­antigone the universe­objective laws the city­subjective laws the citizen­civic virtue/virture

Confucianism Subject

Verb

Object

Confucianism

teaches preaches idealizes

humans are good importance of virtue
“ren”
expanded family model

Thesis
Confucianism
teaches that humans are good by nature, and that they can realize their goodness and the importance of virtue through education, preaches the value of
“ren”
/the love of humanity, and idealizes an expanded family model for society to follow. Paragraph
Confucianism teaches that humans are good by nature, and that they can realize their goodness and the importance of virtue through education, preaches the value of “ren”/the love of humanity, and idealizes an expanded family model for society to follow. In Confucianism, humans are considered to be inherently good, and must strive to maintain their state. One way they can do this is to maintain the importance of virtu e, which is not achieved through status at birth but rather through rigorous education as the key agent to create superior men. The preachings of
“ren”
are best translated as concepts such as benevolence or humanitarianism.
One does love what is close to…