The Parallel Rise of Religion & Social Darwinism

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Under the process of secularisation what was the sceptical mentality expressed in public?
People were questioning views on life and death
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In Social Darwinism, what was believed about the physical and mental development of humans?
Physical attributes of humans evolved through natural selection as did their mentality
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What were the 2 main features of the second confessional era?
Revamping of the institution and persistence of popular religious intensity/passion
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How was Religion governed under Napoleon's rule?
Under control of the state
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Were Protestants or Catholics politically stronger in Europe?
Protestants
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Where did Catholicism remain the sole religion?
Latin America
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During the Revolutions of 1848 the church was used as a source of........ ........... rather than the government
moral order
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During these revolutions, the Catholic Church lost support among who?
Urban and middle class
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What is Kulturkamf?
Power struggle between German imperial government and the Catholic Church
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When did Kulturkamf begin?
1872
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How did religion effect women?
Gave them a place in the public sphere and more power at home
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