HIST 2710 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Partible Inheritance, Primogeniture, Spanish Empire

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Qing dynasty (1644-1912) manchu-han synarchy; few changes to ming system. Ming dynasty ministers were allowed to remain. Always a mongol/manchu minster sitting beside the chinese minster. Top level ministries had two ministers (1 han and 1 manchu) Mandate peak decline restoration decline full ( mandate change ) Decline & fall: unworthy ministers (not virtuous), royals (eunuchs vs. scholar-officials) Ming-qing system: fruition of traditional culture, politics (took lessons from history to organize their political system and culture) Mandate over all under heaven (emperor had the right to rule over the entire world) Centralized bureaucratic government (first set up under the qin and han) Scholar-official-gentry (the government was filled with them), beginning with the sui dynasty to replace the aristocracy) Neo-confucian orthodoxy : zhu xi"s interpretation of four books, five classics, Unity of thought; loyalty; espirit de coprs (body as a spirit)

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