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It is seemingly agreed that Europe had a dominant role in the world history during 1500-1900 While the fact is not argued the causal of the rise of Europe has been a frequent subject of debate In this essay we will try to analyze what has caused the Europe rising and why it is inevitable Many academic studies were conducted on the subject Explanations and hypothesis were developed trying to reconstruct the rise of Europe After all the rise of Europe started in a period when Europe was not in fact appeared in an much better position than many already quite advanced societies in the world history Why it was not the Chinese or the Arabs who were already more advanced Or even the Spanishs who actually mastered cannon in 1500These questions inevitably remind us of its similarity to phenomenon in todays world For example Apples now the second largest company in the world But a few decades back Apple was barely a small workshop wasting their time developing seemingly hopeless personal computer At the time IBM was already a giant computer maker and its products have dominated the world It is like when Apple was still a little baby in the cradle IBM was already a computer giant Apple could easily be throttle the baby in its cradle if it has attracted IBMs attention This however become more and more difficult as Apple slowly grew up In the 1990s when Steve Jobs returned to Apple it is virtually impossible for IBM to pose any threat to Apple anymore After a rapid growth early this century Apple has finally dominated the worlds personal electronic device market and IBM the once computer giant now have completely given up its personal computer business Given the similarity of it to the rise of Europe one cant help to ask so is it just naturally happened The short answer is Yes It probably is The longer answer
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