Hjelmslev’s Glossematics: A source of inspiration to by Carl Bache
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RELIGION At the beginning of the seventeenth century, on the eve of colonisation, England was nominally a country where the only recognised creed was that of the Church of England as by law established. This had been formally set out in the Thirty-Nine Articles of 1563. Although the Elizabethan Settlement is often referred to as a via media, or middle way between Roman Catholicism and Calvinist Protestantism, in fact the theology of the Articles was closer to Calvinism. Salvation came through grace alone, not through good works.
The Middle Classes Relatively few business or professional men acquired country estates. Most pursued their trades or callings in cities and towns. They were on the next rungs of the ladder below the aristocracy. ’ On the 12 below the gentry, he placed freeholders, farmers, members of the professions and businessmen. England remained a predominantly agricultural society throughout the period, and land was central to the economy. Aristocrats rarely farmed it directly themselves, its cultivation being undertaken by freeholders and tenant farmers.
The last visitation of the bubonic plague to England between 1665 and 1667 was the most deadly of the diseases which ravaged the population, killing between 70,000 and 100,000 in London alone. Even when the plague mysteriously stopped taking its toll, other diseases, including influenza, smallpox, and typhus, continued to reap a grim harvest. Famine, however, did not, for even when poor harvests recurred in the 1690s, nobody in England appears to have starved to death. They also seem to have been less prone to disease.