FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS
Download
1 / 20

Secularism : - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 134 Views
  • Uploaded on

FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS. Secularism : Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife. Humanism :

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' Secularism :' - leland


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)

N. Ren. combines Ital. Ren’s secular ideas with its own greater Religious fervor(FC.78)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

God sees all useful jobs as equal

God sees all believers as equal

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)

N. Ren. combines Ital. Ren’s secular ideas with its own greater Religious fervor(FC.78)

Luther starts Protestant Reformation(FC.78)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

God sees all useful jobs as equal

God sees all believers as equal

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)

N. Ren. combines Ital. Ren’s secular ideas with its own greater Religious fervor(FC.78)

Luther starts Protestant Reformation(FC.78)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

God sees all useful jobs as equal

God sees all believers as equal

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)

N. Ren. combines Ital. Ren’s secular ideas with its own greater Religious fervor(FC.78)

Luther starts Protestant Reformation(FC.78)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

Women seen as spiritually, if not socially, equal to men

God sees all useful jobs as equal

God sees all believers as equal

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)

N. Ren. combines Ital. Ren’s secular ideas with its own greater Religious fervor(FC.78)

Luther starts Protestant Reformation(FC.78)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

Women seen as spiritually, if not socially, equal to men

God sees all useful jobs as equal

God sees all believers as equal

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)

N. Ren. combines Ital. Ren’s secular ideas with its own greater Religious fervor(FC.78)

Luther starts Protestant Reformation(FC.78)

Suffrage movement in late 1800s and early 1900s gains women more equality (FC.114)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

Women seen as spiritually, if not socially, equal to men

Calvinist idea that merchants are predestined to pursue profits for the good of the religious community

God sees all useful jobs as equal

God sees all believers as equal

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)

N. Ren. combines Ital. Ren’s secular ideas with its own greater Religious fervor(FC.78)

Luther starts Protestant Reformation(FC.78)

Suffrage movement in late 1800s and early 1900s gains women more equality (FC.114)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

Women seen as spiritually, if not socially, equal to men

Calvinist idea that merchants are predestined to pursue profits for the good of the religious community

Later generations feel justified pursuing profits for themselves

God sees all useful jobs as equal

God sees all believers as equal

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)

N. Ren. combines Ital. Ren’s secular ideas with its own greater Religious fervor(FC.78)

Luther starts Protestant Reformation(FC.78)

Suffrage movement in late 1800s and early 1900s gains women more equality (FC.114)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

Women seen as spiritually, if not socially, equal to men

Calvinist idea that merchants are predestined to pursue profits for the good of the religious community

Later generations feel justified pursuing profits for themselves

God sees all useful jobs as equal

God sees all believers as equal

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)

N. Ren. combines Ital. Ren’s secular ideas with its own greater Religious fervor(FC.78)

Luther starts Protestant Reformation(FC.78)

Suffrage movement in late 1800s and early 1900s gains women more equality (FC.114)

Rise of capit. MC in Eng. (FC.96)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

Women seen as spiritually, if not socially, equal to men

Calvinist idea that merchants are predestined to pursue profits for the good of the religious community

Later generations feel justified pursuing profits for themselves

God’s abs. power + equality of all believers discredits Div. Rt. of Kings  Justifies rev. on relig. grounds

God sees all useful jobs as equal

God sees all believers as equal

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)

N. Ren. combines Ital. Ren’s secular ideas with its own greater Religious fervor(FC.78)

Luther starts Protestant Reformation(FC.78)

Suffrage movement in late 1800s and early 1900s gains women more equality (FC.114)

Rise of capit. MC in Eng. (FC.96)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

God sees all believers as equal

God sees all useful jobs as equal

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

God’s abs. power + equality of all believers discredits Div. Rt. of Kings  Justifies rev. on relig. grounds

Later generations feel justified pursuing profits for themselves

Calvinist idea that merchants are predestined to pursue profits for the good of the religious community

Women seen as spiritually, if not socially, equal to men

Justifies polit. rev. since religion & politics are so intertwined

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)

N. Ren. combines Ital. Ren’s secular ideas with its own greater Religious fervor(FC.78)

Luther starts Protestant Reformation(FC.78)

Suffrage movement in late 1800s and early 1900s gains women more equality (FC.114)

Rise of capit. MC in Eng. (FC.96)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

Justifies polit. rev. since religion & politics are so intertwined

Women seen as spiritually, if not socially, equal to men

Calvinist idea that merchants are predestined to pursue profits for the good of the religious community

God’s abs. power + equality of all believers discredits Div. Rt. of Kings  Justifies rev. on relig. grounds

God sees all believers as equal

Later generations feel justified pursuing profits for themselves

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

God sees all useful jobs as equal

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)

N. Ren. combines Ital. Ren’s secular ideas with its own greater Religious fervor(FC.78)

Luther starts Protestant Reformation(FC.78)

Suffrage movement in late 1800s and early 1900s gains women more equality (FC.114)

English Rev. in 1600’s (FC.96)

Rise of capit. MC in Eng. (FC.96)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

God’s abs. power + equality of all believers discredits Div. Rt. of Kings  Justifies rev. on relig. grounds

Concern over both anarchy from religious turmoil & tyranny of absolute monarchy John Locke’s Two Treatises on Government advocating constitutional monarchy which defines king’s obligations to his subjects much as in a MC business contract

Women seen as spiritually, if not socially, equal to men

Later generations feel justified pursuing profits for themselves

God sees all believers as equal

Calvinist idea that merchants are predestined to pursue profits for the good of the religious community

God sees all useful jobs as equal

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Justifies polit. rev. since religion & politics are so intertwined

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)

N. Ren. combines Ital. Ren’s secular ideas with its own greater Religious fervor(FC.78)

Luther starts Protestant Reformation(FC.78)

Suffrage movement in late 1800s and early 1900s gains women more equality (FC.114)

English Rev. in 1600’s (FC.96)

Rise of capit. MC in Eng. (FC.96)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

Justifies polit. rev. since religion & politics are so intertwined

Concern over both anarchy from religious turmoil & tyranny of absolute monarchy John Locke’s Two Treatises on Government advocating constitutional monarchy which defines king’s obligations to his subjects much as in a MC business contract

Women seen as spiritually, if not socially, equal to men

Calvinist idea that merchants are predestined to pursue profits for the good of the religious community

God’s abs. power + equality of all believers discredits Div. Rt. of Kings  Justifies rev. on relig. grounds

God sees all useful jobs as equal

Later generations feel justified pursuing profits for themselves

God sees all believers as equal

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Justifies revolution by the people on political grounds if the king breaks the contract

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)

N. Ren. combines Ital. Ren’s secular ideas with its own greater Religious fervor(FC.78)

Luther starts Protestant Reformation(FC.78)

Suffrage movement in late 1800s and early 1900s gains women more equality (FC.114)

English Rev. in 1600’s (FC.96)

Rise of capit. MC in Eng. (FC.96)


FC.85C. THE REFORMATION’S IMPACT ON POLITICAL & ECONOMIC IDEAS

Justifies polit. rev. since religion & politics are so intertwined

Concern over both anarchy from religious turmoil & tyranny of absolute monarchy John Locke’s Two Treatises on Government advocating constitutional monarchy which defines king’s obligations to his subjects much as in a MC business contract

Women seen as spiritually, if not socially, equal to men

Later generations feel justified pursuing profits for themselves

God’s abs. power + equality of all believers discredits Div. Rt. of Kings  Justifies rev. on relig. grounds

God sees all useful jobs as equal

Calvinist idea that merchants are predestined to pursue profits for the good of the religious community

God sees all believers as equal

Secularism:

Belief this world & life are worth studying & living for now, not just as preparation for afterlife

Humanism:

Belief that humans are not helpless pawns in the divine plan, but capable of their own great accomplishments

Individualism:

Belief that the individual alone, not just groups of people, can accomplish great things on their own

Skepticism:

Belief in the need to challenge accepted authorities” views

Justifies revolution by the people on political grounds if the king breaks the contract

Italian Renaissance largely defined by four new ideas (FC.76)

N. Ren. combines Ital. Ren’s secular ideas with its own greater Religious fervor(FC.78)

Luther starts Protestant Reformation(FC.78)

Suffrage movement in late 1800s and early 1900s gains women more equality (FC.114)

English Rev. in 1600’s (FC.96)

Rise of capit. MC in Eng. (FC.96)

French Revolution (1789) starts the age of political revolutions (FC.104)