Other factors, such as poor leadership and having to compete with trade from the Americas and India, led to the weakening of the empire. Bureaucratic organization was diversified, with new branches being formed and scribal duties increasingly specialized.
Clearly paradise's nature was everywhere; in many spaces of the daily life. They rejected the idea of developing territory and investing in it for gain at some time in the future; land and peoples were exploited to the point of exhaustion and then more or less abandoned in favour of new ground.
A larger bureaucracy was thus needed in order to cope with the empire's increasingly centralized fiscal system. European merchants were by no means dominant in the empire during this period,  and far from imposing their will upon the Ottomans, they were required to accommodate themselves to the terms which the Ottomans set for them.
Thus birth and genealogy, aristocracy or tribe became almost irrelevant to success in the system. The most famous of these in the west is the Crimean War, when France and Britain joined sides with the Ottomans to prop up the failing state against the rising star of Russian power.
These forces were supplemented by local timariots as well as the private armies of Ottoman governors. Science was regarded as an important field of study.
Armenian Genocide The Armenian Genocide was perhaps the most controversial and damning event associated with the Ottomans.
This led Turks like Kemal Ataturk, who was born late in the nineteenth century, to be repelled by the Ottoman Turkish political system and the culture it had evolved.
Devshirme In the 14th century, the devshirme system was created.