In order to understand why Europeans needed feudalism, we must first understand what feudalism was. Feudalism was a system of political and military hierarchy that developed in Europe during the Middle Ages. It was the result of the decline of the Roman Empire. Without a central government to keep order and establish stability within society, feudalism naturally took hold as a way for people to adapt to their new reality.
Feudalism allowed for Europeans to have a social hierarchy in which people knew their place and their duties. This would help them maintain order and stability within society. Feudalism also allowed for people who were without power or authority in society to still have some sort of control over things around them. This meant that even though peasants may not be able to do much about injustices that were happening around them, at least they could feel like they had some sort of say in how things went down in their villages or townships. In this way, feudalism helped keep order among European societies by providing people with some type of power or authority over others within the community.