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  1. Neo-feudalism - Wikipedia

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    Neo-feudalism or new feudalism is a theorized contemporary rebirth of policies of governance, economy, and public life reminiscent of those present in many feudal societies, such as unequal rights and legal protections for common people and for nobility.

  2. Feudalism in England - Wikipedia

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    Feudalism took root in England with William of Normandy’s conquest in 1066. Before that, the seven relatively small individual English kingdoms, known collectively as the Heptarchy , maintained an unsteady relationship of raids, ransoms, and truces with Vikings from Denmark and Normandy from around the seventh-to-tenth centuries.

  3. Feudalismo – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Feudalismo compreende o sistema político, econômico e social que predominou na Europa Ocidental entre o início da Idade Média até a afirmação dos Estados modernos, tendo seu apogeu entre os séculos XI e XIII.

  4. Individualismo - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Origen y desarrollo del individualismo. Las primeras ideas del individualismo surgieron de la escuela cínica, escuela que abogaba por la total libertad del individuo mediante el desprendimiento de bienes materiales, la sátira y la toma de decisiones según el propio ser. En la Edad Media se desarrolla el concepto del alma individual humana y de la salvación individual.