VLACV 501 : RELIGION ET POLITIQUE EN ANGLETERRE, 1534-1689. Early Modern England (1534: Henry ordinal breaks from capital of Italy – 1688: Bill of Rights) Reign of two dynasties: The Tudors (1485 - 1603) The Stuarts (1603 - 1714) Religious and policy-making aspects and also relations between Religion and Politics. Society and socialising at the Time. Period is crucial in the History of England because it is the graduation exercise of the modernity in 3 different areas (3 big changes that fate modernity at the time). 1ST careen: POLITICAL CHANGE. England went from a divine right Monarchy to a Parliamentarian/ Constitutional Monarchy (which is still subsisting today). In the 16th Century, Kings were monarchs by divine right (their agency came from graven image; they were representative of God in their country). In t he seventeenth Century, several(prenominal) events put an rest to this divine monarchy (Civil wars and Glorious Revolution) At the end of the 17th Century, a constitutional Monarchy is set up. second CHANGE: RELIGIOUS CHANGE. England went from Catholicism to Anglicanism / Protestantism. This change is called: Reformation (La Réforme).
At the beginning of the 16th century England was Catholic (it recognise the authority of the Pope). Henry 8th takeed to divorce from his married womanhood Catherine of Aragon, the Pope refused and Henry the 8th decided to break from capital of Italy and to be head of the English Church. Anglicanism was created! in the reign of Elizabeth 1st. 3rd CHANGE: SCIENTIFC CHANGE. The conception of the Earth changed: put an end to the “ primer coat world” and creation of the idea of “infinite universe”. L’Homme devient un détail à l’échelle universelle. -Geographical discoveries (America) -Physical discoveries (Gravitation Newton) - medical checkup discoveries ( Circulation of the Blood) -Creation of...If you want to get a full essay, frame it on our website: OrderCustomPaper.com
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