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Summary E-Study Guide For: Accounting Chap 13-23 By Charles T. Horngren, Isbn 9780136073017

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  • 1 the golden age of the dutch Republic

  • 1.4 absolutism: divine kings

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  • What is a absolutism
    A system in wich a king has absolute power
  • What are anti organists
    Regenten who wanted a strong Republic led by the States General
  • What was the first stadtholderless Period
    A time period from 1650 to 1672 in wich the Dutch Republic did not have a stadtholder
  • What is a disaster year
    1672; when the Republic was attacked from three sides at the same time
  • How did monarchs get so powerful
    Because al kings in Europe has claimed to have the divine rights of kings
  • Why was the Replubic forced to fight powerful monarchs
    Because the Replubic was attacked from three sides at once
  • 1.5 the Scientific Revolution

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  • What is the Scientific Revolution
    A period of big changes in different fields of science
  • What are the laws of nature
    Scientific observations that try to explain how nature works
  • What caused people to search for new knowledge
    So scientists could freely publish their ideas
  • Who are some of the famous scientists and what did they discover
    Galilei, Newton, Huygens and Van Leeuwenhoek. They all discover subjects of the earth
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