Familias, Élite Y Redes De Poder Consmopólitas De La Monarquía Hispánica En La Edad Moderna

January 28, 2020

Familias, Élite Y Redes De Poder Consmopólitas De La Monarquía Hispánica En La Edad Moderna

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During the Modern Age, lineage and lineage defined the position of individuals in their community and shaped their world of political, economic and cultural relations, as well as their sources of wealth, solidarity ties and promotion strategies. The work analyzes, from the work of outstanding specialists, the characterization of the family as a true instance of power and as a mirror in which they reflected, on a smaller scale, the hierarchies and contradictions of the society of the Old Regime. Process of consolidation of modern states and the development of international relations during this period also motivated families belonging to the Hispanic elites - oligarchies, powerful local people, civil and military senior civil service personnel or members of the layers The highest of the ecclesiastical establishment - will be inserted into networks of power at international level that gave them a marked cosmopolitan character. These privileged minorities connecting Spain, the American colonial sphere, Italy, and Central European imperial space marked behavioral patterns and articulated an imaginary of values which society as a whole accepted, assimilated, and tried to mimic unreservedly during the sixteenth, XVII and XVIII.During the Modern Age, lineage and lineage defined the position of individuals in their community and shaped their world of political, economic and cultural relations, as well as their sources of wealth, solidarity ties and promotion strategies. The work analysis, from the work of outstanding specialists, the characterization of the family as a true instance of power and a mirror in which they reflected, on a smaller scale, the hierarchies and contradictions of the society of the Old Regime. Process of consolidation of modern states and the development of international relations during this period also motivated families belonging to the Hispanic elites - oligarchies, powerful local people, civil and military senior civil service personnel or members of the layers The highest of the ecclesiastical establishment - will Be inserted into networks of power at international level that gave them a marked cosmopolitan character. These privileged minorities connecting Spain, the American colonial sphere, Italy, and central European imperial space marked behavioral patterns and articulated an imaginary of values which a whole accepted, assimilated, and tried to mimic unreservedly during the sixteenth, XVII and XVIII.