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Oct
17
accepted How did Magnus IV of Sweden come of age at 15?
Oct
15
comment What was the reason for inflation in Britain after the Black Death?
It's not clear to me why the nobles were relatively worse off (although it is possible). Also, it's not entirely clearly why the relative situation is important
Oct
15
accepted What were the acceptance criteria in universities of medieval Europe?
Oct
15
revised How did Magnus IV of Sweden come of age at 15?
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Oct
15
comment How did Magnus IV of Sweden come of age at 15?
OK, but I want more factual details. Who was behind the declaration? Which enemies they were afraid of? etc.
Oct
15
comment What were the acceptance criteria in universities of medieval Europe?
I didn't understand "The admissions criteria and payments were set by the respective sponsors". Doesn't the university determine its own admission criteria?
Oct
15
comment Which 11 countries were democratic in 1941?
This index is pretty absurd though, for example Greece, France, Italy, Israel, Slovakia, Poland, India, Hungary are "flawed democracies"
Oct
15
comment How did Edward Misselden become a deputy-governor of a merchant company at 15?
What about Gaurav's observation about "fl"?
Oct
15
comment What was the reason for inflation in Britain after the Black Death?
@Noldorin: Demand is by definition the number of labourers hired at a given price. This can only decrease since there are less consumbers. This quantity doesn't depend on the number of labourers
Oct
15
comment What was the reason for inflation in Britain after the Black Death?
@Lev: so the landowners paid more for the labourers to work harder (cultivate more land / labourer), but they also ripped more benefits (more land / landowner)
Oct
15
comment What was the reason for inflation in Britain after the Black Death?
Nominal inflation makes sense, but I still don't understand why the nobles were complaining. Since there were less nobles, each of them had more land and more money, which should completely offset the other effect.
Oct
14
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Oct
14
comment Why did non-monarchic rule meet with so little success in ancient China?
Interesting theory. Is it original? If not, can you provide references?
Oct
14
comment Why did non-monarchic rule meet with so little success in ancient China?
Good answer, though I think there's also place to mention the role of traditional Chinese religion and Taoism, in particular the parallel between the bureaucratic hierarchy of the empire and the celestial bureaucracy of the gods
Oct
14
asked What was the reason for inflation in Britain after the Black Death?
Oct
14
asked How did Magnus IV of Sweden come of age at 15?
Oct
14
comment Why did Huldrych Zwingli and Martin Luther stand for clerical marriage?
These are good points but I'm still not sure whether these guys invented clerical marriage or just defended something already existing at the time
Oct
13
answered Why did the Federalist Party collapse?
Oct
13
answered What was the foreign policy of 1791 France?
Oct
13
comment What was the foreign policy of 1791 France?
"I am specifically looking for arguments during the constitutional convention during the National Assembly during 1971 of France's foreign policy ideals." You mean you're referring to the Nation Assembly, National Constituent Assembly and Legislative Assembly periods?