Feudalism: Japan vs. Europe Feudalism changed the way people lived their everyday life. There was a point where people had to rely on others for stabilization and support. Though there is only one purpose of feudalism, it had different effects throughout the world. European feudalism was based on contract where as Japanese feudalism was based on personal relationship with the lords and vassals.
The democratization was also crucial in the maintenance of the international order because there is less risk that nations fight against each other if both countries are democratic. Therefore, the United States needed to make Japan a democratic country to prevent Japan to become its
Landes does acknowledge the fact that civilizations such as China were inventive, but he believes that they were not innovative enough to become the leading civilization – inventive means having a new idea for a product or process and innovative means practically applying the new inventions into
Unlike Korea, Japan at this point has been heavily modernized and really started viewing and embracing western ideals as practical, applying it to their nation as a whole. Already holding negative views toward the west, and by signing a treaty with Japan who is a nation that has embraced their ideals and way of life is distressing to Ikhyon. It is no better than creating relationships with the western nations that Korea has isolated themselves from for so long. Viewing from this perspective, it would allow the Japanese to eventually have power over Korean society. Their western-taught ways could heavily affect many Koreans, especially through their products, and possibly other western things such as religion could leak in.
The feudal system, also known as feudalism, was an assertive legal and social system that helped established the political, social, and economic state in Japan and Western Europe. It was applied with divergent interpretations in these two regions. This particular system did affect political life and institutions in both Japan and Western Europe. Despite the conflicts it caused, feudalism helped preserve law and order, and succeeding at industrial development in both Western Europe and Japan. Although these two civilizations acquired the same structure, each one took on their own approach.
Nubia and Phoenicia were both very similar places that came to existence in the same time period and lived through many similar historical events within and on the outside of their civilizations. Although they had their differences, Ancient Nubia and Phoenicia are very similar because of the commonalities within their cities, central governments, religions, jobs, classes, arts, and writing systems. The cities of Nubia and Phoenicia had very different organizational systems, as those in Phoenicia were rival city states, while in Nubia they were often united under a single king or pharaoh in Egypt. The cities within both of these regions were trade dependent, and relied on outside entities to support their economy. Phoenicia used their skills
Tokugawa Japan + Medieval Europe Medieval Europe and Tokugawa Japan lived in seclusion to each other, and yet there were many uncanny similarities between Tokugawa Japan and Medieval Europe. In Medieval Europe there were many key features of the social system that were introduced at the time. The social system of Medieval Europe was called Feudalism. Feudalism puts the King in charge of everything and everyone, with barons and nobles underneath him. The nobles provide loyalty and knights to the king in return for land to control.
Feudalism was a key component of life for those in both Western Europe and Japan. The two systems developed independently from each other yet still held a multitude of similarities. However, their many differences out shadow the unique parallels they shared. The major discrepancies between the two are found in each’s code, structure and regulations. Documents nine and ten, break down the feudal structures of Western Europe and Japan.
American political ideologies are variations on classical liberalism. As a result, these ideologies tend to be very similar. Almost everyone in the United States, for example, believes in limited government, the free market, and individual liberty. Democrats just happen to lean slightly to the left and Republicans to the right. Differences arise between these 2 groups because each party has a slightly different opinion on how best to achieve these
In the world of samurais and knights, there are similarities and differences. According to the three areas of study, there are more similarities than differences. The documents will show more similarities than differences. The social order in feudal Europe and Japan are very similar in many ways.
Athens and China many appear very different, but I think they are more similar than they appear. In China since it there was a lot of power in the hands of the Emperor some people might expect that the citizens in China had little to do with the government. However like Athens the citizens did take part in the government. China still was supported and involved the people in the government like Athens. Document 2 states “Those who ruled are supported by those who are ruled.”
In ancient Japan, the society strived for power, which ultimately led to the development of feudalism and control under the Tokugawas. Starting in the 1400s, feudal warfare emerged in Japan, which led to the development of feudalism. People battled for control and formed armies who became loyal to themselves rather than the central government. Feudal society in Japan became divided by rank. The emperor stood at the top, then the shogun, daimyo, and samurai.
During the period between 1450 and 1750, European traders started to get more involved in Chinas and Japan's politics. One similarity between China and Japan in their relations with European traders is that in both countries european traders were welcomed at first, however the relationship soon turned sour. In China, the Qing dynasty sold limited trading privileges to European powers but confined them only to Guangzhou. The British was not satisfied with this arrangement, so they asked for more trading rights. As a result, In a letter to King George III Emperor Qianlong states that the chinese had no need for British products.
In order to understand the similarities of how order was in the Han Dynasty and Roman Empire from 300 BCE to 300 CE, the beginnings of each empire should be understood. Before the Han Dynasty rose, the Qin Dynasty, which overtaxed their citizens and regulated their laws by censoring education (burning books). The Roman Empire started out as a city-state which began to conquer neighboring regions, such as Italy, and expanded through warfare. However, from 300 BCE to 300 CE, the Han Dynasty and Roman Empire both created order in society by having an agrarian economy, ideologies, and establishing an authority that shaped social structures. The first similarity of how the Romans and the Han both created order in society, from 300 BCE to 300 CE, was their agrarian economy.