Write the distinctive features of Eastern traditional society in the early modern era.

Early modern time for the East is the time of the next “opening” of this territory by the Europeans. We can say that the Eastern society of that time is rather closed, isolated, which is due to the interference of representatives of Europe in the standard life of the East. This society, in contrast to the European one, is imbued with collectivism, in many respects there is reverence for the elders, there is a share of the cult of the personality of the ruler, who is the owner of all lands, who in many respects makes the laws. For the Europeans, some of this was not inherent at all, they either already passed something, or they only had to go through.

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