Chapter 14 Review Spain

  • Period: Oct 30, 1546 to

    Brahe

    Brahe made calculations which he believed to prove that the universe was geocentric, but mercury and venus revolved around the sun.
  • Period: Oct 30, 1571 to

    Kepler

    Kepler, Brahe's assistant, secretly disagreed witth Brahe and after his death, used his findings to promote a copernacus based system with elliptical orbits.
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    Adriaen Stalbent

    painted the sciences and the arts
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    Baruch Spinoza

    Jewish philosopher deeply influenced by science and rationality. He wrote the book Ethics, in which he was accused of relating G-d to nature too closely.
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    Castile

    viceroyes enforce laws
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    major trade

    cadiz and house of trade
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    War

    war of spanish succission
  • war starts

    war of jenkins ear vs england
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    wars

    war with england
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    ruler

    Charles III
  • Adam Smith

    Wrote inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations. He was the founder of laissez faire. He followed the four-stage theory.
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    Islam

    Viewed as important but easily suppressible
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    Jose de San Martin

    Helps take over Uruguay, Paraguay, and Brazil.
  • Simon Bolivar

    Liberates Venezuela.
  • Miguel Hidalgo y Costia

    A priest who issued for Indian rebellions.
  • Jose Maria Morenos y Pavilion

    Replaced Hidalgo, more radical, called for an end to forced labor.
  • Congress of Troppau

    Said that stable nations could help unstable nations.
  • Agustin de Iterbide

    Declares Mexico independent of Spain.
  • George Canning

    Replaces Castlereagh. He was more interested in economics.
  • Brazil

    Achieves peaceful independence.
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    The Spanish Civil War

    Thought of as a training ground for World War II