Very interesting question.
the 'idea' 'natural law' comes from ancient Greece (Athens), around 600BC.
The free men of Athens (1 sixth of the population) kind of 'capitalists') liked 'Law and Order'. In fact they hated rebellious slaves (also 1 sixth), and designed a natural law that asked for 'obedience'.
A 'natural' law that saw slaves and women as 'lower life'
Quite different from the beliefs in the Middle East (especially Persia).
The Romans spread this belief in Europe as Catholicism.
And in Enlightenment 'natural law' was made into Catholicism.
It is the reason why 'rationalism' is perfectly suited to defend 'capitalism'.
The society in the US in like a present day version of ancient Greece.
Americans attitudes toward the conflict in Europe
mongol empire ruled peoples from China, Russia, eastern Europe, and India
The problems that Charles V encountered in his attempt to keep Europe Roman Catholic was that he faced enemies on all sides such as; ottoman Turk's, french, and especially the German princes.
The colonies over seas would provide more land making the country politically more powerful, raw materials which Europe could sell for a profit, and there would be indigenous peoples that Europe felt the need to convert.
loss of land loss of food depression Hitler uprising ;'(
If you are on Odysseyware: Europe
The Dardanelles and the Bosporus, the Black Sea, the Ural Mountains and the Caspian Sea are all part of the natural border between Europe and Asia. However, Europe and Asia are parts of the same landmass (Eurasia) and thus, from a strictly geographic standpoint, would be considered the same continent. However, because of the vast cultural differences between the peoples of Europe and the peoples of Asia, most consider them two distinct continents.
A formal definition of 'puritanism' is covering 'puritan' behavior Fact is that at start of The New World practically all protestants in America had 'puritan views. Resulting in butchering Red Indians as 'barbarians' and in 'slavery'. The protestants flying to The New World generally were not wanted in Europe and looking for a 'promised land' 'Rationalism' as logic can not be compared to 'puritanism', but 'rationalism' was a perfect tool to expres 'puritanism'. American society became increasingly 'rational' (the law is reason without emotion) After World War II american 'rationalism' was exported to Europe via Marshall Help Resulting in most of the present 'power driven' political parties
it was linked to the classical church in europe which in later life developed in the midle ages.
Who invaded Europe during the middle ages
apples.... and things like natural gas, iron ore, and tin. Europe produces a lot of metal.
The Aryan peoples stretched across Europe into western Asia. They had many religions.
Pollution is the only problem that europe has.
It is the peoples palace in Europe, Romania, Bucharest
There are a few natural resources that is important to the Europe's. The natural resources are physical geography, environment and humans.
The peoples that formed new kingdoms in eastern and central Europe were the Poles, Czechs, Hungarians, Moravians, Croats, Serbs, and the Bulgarians.