feudalism

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Synonyms for feudalism

the social system that developed in Europe in the 8th century

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La ferrea estructura social de corte semifeudal empezo a derrumbarse, sobre todo debido a la presencia de los extranjeros, quienes gozaban de privilegios que los tradicionalistas consideraban intolerables, ya que mediante una interpretacion excesiva del principio de extraterritorialidad no podian ser juzgados por autoridades j aponesas; de hecho, las embajadas contaban con sus propios pequenos ejercitos para salvaguardar sus intereses y los tratados desiguales estaban a la orden del dia.
A democracia implantada junto com a republica foi importada por uma aristocracia rural e semifeudal que garantiu, por meio de uma "decoracao externa", seus direitos e privilegios, enquanto que a massa popular quase sempre era pega de surpresa pelas "reformas" impostas de cima para baixo.
El caracter interdisciplinario de la historia de Garzon Maceda es visible en el uso de la teoria economica como herramienta heuristica, supeditada al trabajo empirico, y su aspiracion de alcanzar formulaciones conceptuales sobre la dinamica economica, apelando a categorias analiticas como, entre otras, "economia sin mercado", "economia domestica cerrada", "economia natural", "economia monetaria" y algunas, de uso mucho menos frecuente en el, como "sociedad semifeudal" o "relaciones de produccion semifeudales".
Yet Mill went beyond the democratic and market reforms championed by the Benthamites to embrace a far- reaching "moral and social revolution" that would transform a semifeudal England into an egalitarian, postcapitalist cooperative order.
Formed by war, these northern gangsters are made to appear distinct from their southern cousins in Sicily and Napoli -- which narratives have depicted as growing from the countryside's semifeudal social relations.
This depiction of Izu's semifeudal power over her servant operates as part of the particular multiple layers of colonial negotiation at work in the situation of the professional woman in this version of Japanese society.