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PostSubject: Core Structure WS #17 (2)   Core Structure WS #17 (2) EmptySat Oct 10, 2009 4:17 pm

Matt Ellis

In seventeenth-century England, the aristocracy lost its
privileges, but retained its power; in seventeenth-century France, the
aristocracy retained its privileges, but lost its power.” This statement is
arguable given the political and social factors of the two countries in the
seventeenth century. In France, the nobles powers were being detracted, though
gained little privileges. In England, the nobles had power but used it wrongly
which crushed the social structure of the states.

  • Absolutism ended the French
    nobility’s power but gave them certain privileges.

  • Aristocracy’s role came from the
    Parliaments acts and power.

  • Social structure fell for England.

  • (a)
    They stayed in Versailles and served the king which they considered a privilege.
(b) They were held above the people in Social standards and political power.

(c) They enjoyed privileges from the king.

(d) They claimed monopoly on political positions.

  • (a) 1689 Parliament declared that James I had failed in his responsibility as king which led to the Bill of Rights
(b)Decision making was given to the parliament which enforced there power.

(c)They had legislative statutes, judicial decisions, and traditional practices.

(d)The second is a constitutional monarchy.

  • (a) If parliament fell aristocracies roles fell.
(b) The constitution gets its power
from the government so it didn’t help the states society.

(c) The constitutional monarchy had power in the king and the kings wanted armies so they taxed the people.

(d) The power struggle between monarchy and assembly lead to the puritan revolution.

  • King Louis XIV bring about absolutism relinquished the nobility power.
  • Parliament helped increase aristocracies role.
  • Social structure fell because of parliament.

Conclusion: Absolutism in France took power from aristocracy but added to the king’s power. England experienced social and political revolutions which led to constitutionalism.

Martin Luther overlooked this when he was blabbing about salvation through faith alone...
14 What does it profit, my brethren, if a man says he has faith but has not works? Can his faith save him? 17... faith by itself, if it has no works, is dead. 21 Was not Abraham our father justified by works, when he offered his son Isaac upon the altar? 23...the scripture was fulfilled... 26 For as the body apart from the spirit is dead, so faith apart from works is dead.
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