Jan 9 - Jan 9, 2007 Final exam how did the idea of...

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Jan 9, 2007 Final exam – how did the idea of nationalism change during the 20 th century? - tougher before ww1, end of 20 th century is the growth of the EU, populations giving up national rights and adopting common rights - When it comes to all kinds of issues, you get all kinds of integration it makes it very difficult to maintain a clear sense of national identity and national separation. Questions like that are fair game for the exam History is events leading to other events. - As a culture we like to think that we have meaning. People develop ideas. - Up until the end of the 19 th century, there was a general sense that history was leading in particular directions – teleological. Or teleology. - These views of history tele- idea that stuff is going in a particular direction. - Various kinds of philosophies of history. - Speculative philosophies of history – you speculate about them. Try to get some understanding of history and to the lives of nations. -
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This note was uploaded on 05/17/2008 for the course HIST 1000 taught by Professor Phillips during the Spring '08 term at Carleton CA.

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