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61: Colonization
... t the final motivations for colonization any longer. Each country also had their individual set of objectives for exploring the Americas. Spain, along with its quest for riches became determined to convert the "heathens" to Catholicism. The French and the Dutch stuck to the primary objectives of new riches and the discovery of the Northwest Passage. England, spurred by growing national rivalries with France and especially Spain, explored the New World ...
62: Buddhism And The Six Point Att
In explaining Buddhism, one must first understand Hinduism from which Buddhism grew. Buddhism is a reaction against Hinduism as protestant is against Catholicism. According to The World s Religions by Houston Smith, there are six aspects of religion that appear so often that a suggestion can be implied that they are seeds that make up humanity. In constructing ...
63: Brazil Context
... descent. Besides the original Portuguese settlers, other significant ethnic groups include Africans, Germans, Italians, and Japanese. The official language is Portuguese, but English is widely used in the business community. The predominant religion is Roman Catholicism. There is religious freedom, and religion is not a source of social unrest. The general level of education requires much improvement. About 75% of children above ten years old are considered to be literate. Around ...
64: Black Legend
... the Caribbean he described the people as scared and bewildered due to the despoiling Spanish who took advantage of their women and embarrassed their men. Even with such conquests and brutality of the Spanish, commercial Catholicism was not reached according to Father Juan Rogel in a letter to Pedro I. He claimed that despite great advancements in the modernization of the natives, he was unable to bring them to the understanding ...
65: Alvarado Massacre
... beads, if the methods were not successful he would turn to force. Once he was victorious he would tear down the statues of Indian Gods disgracing the pagan religion the Indian tribes practiced, and incorporate Catholicism. By using force and incentives Cortes was successful in establishing a God like superior image of himself and his soldiers. As the second of command Pedro de Alvarado saw Cortes absence as an opportunity to ...
66: A Report On Schindlers List
... described in great detail. Like many Germans in the south, she was a devout Catholic. She is described as being very troubled that her son would take after her estranged husband with his negligence of Catholicism. Oskar never forgave Hans, his father, for his abandonment of his mother , which is ironic considering that Oskar would do the same with his wife Emilie. In fact Hans and Oskar Schindler s lives would ...
67: Ap European History Dbq- Women
... and nurtured them. The economics and culture of Europe at this time was strongly influenced by religion and resulted in prejudice against women. The dominating religions of Europe in the 1600 s and 1700 s (Catholicism and Protestantism), citing the bible, reinforced women s roles as mother s, wives, and homemakers. Women were considered the weaker sex both physically and mentally. Men and most women assumed that because women gave birth ...
68: Abolute Monarchs
... to a succession of territories on Frances s northeast border. Also, in 1685 Louis revoked the Edict of Nantes, he forced France s 1 million Huguenots either to leave the country or to convert to Catholicism. In 1648 Frederick William, backed by both the Dutch and the French, restrained Sweden in northern Europe during the negotiation leading to the Treaty of Westphalia, earning new territory without having to do much. Also ...
69: Greek Gods
... that took part in the workings of society itself. Even simple aspects of day-to-day life such as sex and disputes between mortals were supposedly influenced by godly workings. Unlike modern religions such as Catholicism, Buddhism, and Hinduism, where an omnipotent force supposedly controls the workings of the world, a hierarchy of Gods characterized religion in ancient Greece. Working as one big family, which they actually were, each one of ...
70: Gatsby S Sacrifice
... influence over his moral decisions throughout his life. Fitzgerald once said, "'Parties are a form of suicide, I love them, but the old Catholic in me secretly disapproves.' Fitzgerald's midwestern Puritanism or middle-class Catholicism was his salvation, as burdensome as it might have been at times. It was... what kept him from denying his obligation to his family and his artistic integrity" (Allen, 88). One night in 1921, a ...

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