External Affairs In Europe

The exploration of trade routes to Africa and Asia were revolutionizing decisions made by the Europeans. These explorations had led to the discovery of new lands, the chance to spread Christianity and to improve in wealth. However these were the consequences of external affairs of Europe. What were the consequences of internal affairs in Europe? How was Europe progressing in religion, politics, and economics that they had to spread their influence worldwide and ultimately shaped not just Europe but the whole world? I will be arguing that Europe had faced a transitional reformation in religion, politics, and economics that influenced economical improvements rather then social. Martin Luther was a christian monk who denounced the Roman Catholic …show more content…
Authorities of this church had revised the points in its doctrines to find the rigorous difference in protestant and catholic church’s. The church attempted to convince people back into its own church. The church had created two important institution for obtaining the catholic reformation and accomplishing its goals. The first institution was the council of Trent. This institution had focused on assembling bishops, cardinals, and high church officials to focus on the church’s reformation. The other institution was the society of Jesus. This institution had a prominent role in expanding the “Reformed Church”. The followers were known as jesuits. Jesuits had obtained prosperous education in not only theology and philosophy, but as well as philosophy, history, literature, and science. From their education they had become effective missionaries which influenced not only Western Europe but the countries. The jesuits served as counselors to Rulers and influenced them to promote policies that will benefit the Roman …show more content…
Technology of communication and transportation gave businessmen the opportunity to gain more profit from their markets. Therefore, merchants and manufactures increased interactions with these markets rather then local communities. Capitalism had led to establish great amount of wealth for European nations. Adam smith had claimed that the main reason of capitalism was to make individual profit as well as benefiting the state as a whole. European used this by imposing high prices on food products on states or societies that fell in great need of resources. This is claimed to have a positive and negative benefit. The positive being the poor are still getting their resources to survive and the other side is making money, but the negative being the use of people to expand the economy. It is believed that because of this type of the economy structures, violence and other negative effects of society had risen. Such as the activity of witch hunting, bandits and muggers had strained danger into the

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