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      The name field is required. Please enter your name. His reforms focused on the administration, centralization, and bureaucratization of the territory under his rule, with the ulterior motive of bringing his lands and their population under state control and monitoring them through police surveillance. All this was implemented for economic reasons: Josephism is above all associated with his ecclesiastical reforms, which in Catholic circles have earned him the reputation of having been an enemy of the Church.

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      Although Joseph was deeply concerned about the deeply rooted irrationality of his people, he found that centuries of piety, veneration of relics, ritual and superstition could only be overcome with great difficulty. Joseph closed down monasteries and convents, founded a unified system of seminars for the training of priests and decreased the high number of religious holidays. His reforms in the fields of social welfare, justice and bureaucracy were oriented towards the same goal. No longer were his subjects to be kept hard at work through threats and the use of force, but all areas of life were to be regulated for the common good.

      Empress and mother of her peoples.