General Crisis

Some articles on general crisis, crisis:

Hugh Trevor-Roper - Academic Controversies - General Crisis of The 17th Century
... A notable thesis propagated by Trevor-Roper was the “general crisis of the 17th century.” He argued that the middle years of the 17th century in Western Europe saw a widespread ... In this “general crisis,” various events, such as the English Civil War, the Fronde in France, the climax of the Thirty Years' War in Germany, troubles in the Netherlands, and revolts ... The most important causes of the “general crisis,” in Trevor-Roper’s opinion, were the conflicts between “Court” and “Country” that is between the increasingly ...
The General Crisis - What Was The "General Crisis"?
... Marxist historian Eric Hobsbawm in his pair of 1954 articles entitled "The Crisis of the Seventeenth Century" published in Past and Present, and cemented by his contemporary, Hugh Trevor-Rope ... Hobsbawm discussed an economic crisis in Europe Trevor-Roper saw a wider crisis, "a crisis in the relations between society and the State" ... In this “general crisis”, various events such as the English Civil War, the Fronde in France, the climax of the Thirty Years War in Holy Roman Empire and revolts against the Spanish Crown in ...
17th Century
... Grand Siècle dominated by Louis XIV, the Scientific Revolution, and The General Crisis ... Some historians extend the scope of the General Crisis to encompass the globe, as with the demographic collapse of the Ming Dynasty, China lost approximately 30 ... In the midst of this global General Crisis, there were victory and triumph In the Near East, the Ottoman, Safavid Persian and Mughal empires grew in strength and the Sikhs ...

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