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    • A Changing Time The society followed divided in parts, the nobility had a lot of real power. -The gentry supported the monarchy. -The peassantry started to be free from -the feudal relations. -The autoritary monarchy was based in: -The territorial unification. -The increase of the politic power. -An army of mercenaries. -The administration of justice.
    • The 17th Century • Europe went trough in a demographic crisis that decrease the population. • The society was divided in different classes, the nobility and the king and gentry. • The 17th century was a period of decline. Governed the minor Hasburg (Felipe III, Felipe IV and Carlos II ). They expelled the Moors and Portugal became independent. And also take place the war of the 30 years.
    • The modern society • In modern society but was still being stratified experiment changes: • -The nobility kept its privileges but was subjected to real power. • -The bourgeoisie became a partner group that supported the monarchy up. • -The peasants began to break free of feudal dependency relations.
    • Mentality • Anthropocentric sense of life. -The nature and man, were, in the modern age, the central objectives of the scientific and literary as well as artistic admiration, in all its branches. -While in the Middle Ages, life was regarded as a transition, which sought the true path to eternal happiness (heaven), in the modern age, especially with the Renaissance man, without abandoning their religion , seeks his earthly happiness. There is an anthropocentric view of life. -The Modern Age man wants to live fully, chasing fortune, seeking fame and triumph in the underworld.
    • The Hispanic Empire • Encompassed the following places: Spain, Netherlands, American colonies, much of Italy and large possessions in Africa and Asia. But all of them had their own laws and institutions but all shared the same King.
    • FELIPE II • FELIPE II: had possessions in America and important territories in Europe. In 1580 he became King of Portugal and its colonial empire. Internal problems more serious were the Moorish rebellion, these are Muslims that converted in Christianity, in the Alpujarras and the revolt of Aragon. On the outside was facing the Turks, and won them in the battle of Lepanto, and religious conflicts in the Netherlands, supported by England.
    • CARLOS I While Carlos I reigned sucedieron following things: • • •the revolt of communities in 1520. • •The showdown against France. • •The showdown against the Turks. • •The showdown against the Lutherans.
    • CARLOS I • (Charles I of Spain and V of Germany; Ghent, Flanders, 1500 - Yuste, Extremadura, 1558) King of Spain and Emperor of Germany. With the House of Habsburg was implemented in Spain. Son of Juana la Loca and Philip was the the fair of Castilla. He was educated in the Netherlands by Adriano de Utrecht and Guillermo de Croy, receiving the influence of the humanists of the Renaissance • • owner of such vast territories, Carlos quickly took the project of Gattinara restore a universal Christian Empire, which should achieve an effective hegemony over the other Kings of Christendom. This enzarzó you in continuous wars against the opponents of such hegemony. As King of Spain, Carlos has raised important resistance since his arrival in the country in 1517, due to their status as foreigner, surrounded by a Court of foreigners and with an eye toward political goals by far exceeding the limits of the Peninsula.