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Essay heading: The Age of Reason
 
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Date added: July 1, 2009
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What all three of them had in common essentially was a passion and a need for centralization, unification, and rationalization in government. The enlightened despots tried to mix the aristocracy with the machinery of the state, and to establish the absolute sovereignty of the dynastic monarch over them...
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In Prussia and Russia, the compliance of the nobility was paid for by the extension rather than the weakening of their hold over peasants and serfs. In the three continental powers of central and eastern Europe, new and detailed systems of governmental administration were drafted. Legal codes and a great judicial structure built on uniform procedures granted the people a measure of protection both from harsh customary rules and from the rough justice of local lords...
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Much Ado About Nothing - Passion Vs. Reason   Passion and Reason in Othello   Common Government   Centralization of Scandinavian States   Rationalization And Mcdonaldization   CENTRALIZATION OF TIME AND ATTENDANCE RECORDS THROUGH ELECTRONIC TRANSFER   Systematic Rationalization of Thucydides' Peloponnesian War   A RATIONALIZATION OF THE PRECAUTIONARY DEMAND FOR CASH   Is The Task Of Managing People Essentially The Same In All Countries?   ?Essentially a weak dictator' do you agree with this view of Adolf Hitler   Othello is essentially an noble character, flawed by insecurity and a nature that is naive and unsophisticated   How Has The Law Regarding The Common Law Right To Reasons For Decision Differed Between Australia And The Uk In Light Of Osmond? Have Things Changed In Light Of More Recent Developments? To What Extent Should The Principles Of Common Law Judicial ...   The Unification of Germany   Unification Church   Italian Unification  
 
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