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Surname 1 Name Instructor Course Date Supernatural Feeling and Freedom Introduction The Romanticism Period is one of the most important periods in the human history. This period immediately followed the industrial era which had been characterized by was remarkable scientific inventions. At the beginning of the Romanticism Period, the need for supernatural feeling and freedom became evident as the society openly started questioning and disobeying some of the cultural practices that had been in existence in the preceding periods[Mur04]. For instance, archaic traditional religious practices as well leadership regimes were being questioned. Although the society did not actively participate in calling for this newly sort freedom, a significant portion of the society had already began appreciating the role scientists, poets, writers, philosophers and teachers were playing. This paper address the theme supernatural feeling and freedom, it importance, and the various challenges that the society faced in achieving it.
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