Ch. 12 and Ch. 13 Quotes and Art Works

Ch. 12 and Ch. 13 Quotes and Art Works - Chapter 12 -...

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Chapter 12 - Quotes .“If men were angels no government would be necessary.” James Madison “pen is mightier than the sword.” J.L. David “Fate knocking at the Door” Beethoven- Symphony 5 in C Minor “let them eat cake Marie Antoinette “and civilized man is turned back in to a savage” Industrial Revolution-Marx? “shows only a cycle of constant repetition.” Hegel “embrace all human selves Goethe- Faust “If I did not fight for our country at least I will paint for her Delacroix “World is too busy” Wordsworth “dissolves, diffuses, dissipates in order to recreate. Cooleridge—imagination “Workers of the World Unite” Marx Communist Manifesto Marx “The real is Rational and the Rational is Real Hegel “He must create a system or be enslaves by another man’s” Blake “Explosion of modern painting Goya “The passions of men are incorporated with the beautiful and permanent forms of nature” Cosntable
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Chapter 12 – Works and Other Art Creations Federalist Papers
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