Module 6 –Realism Match the Realist theme or term to its description 1.Darwinism A.The tension between the idealism of the past, the harsh realities of the present, and the insecurity of the future helped shape a particular sensibility during the Realist Period that is characterized by both optimism and anxiety. 2.Individualism B.The policy of extending the rule of a nation over foreign countries or of acquiring and holding colonies and dependencies. 3.The Age of Doubt C.A philosophy that argues that the proper course of political action is the one that promotes the greatest happiness for the greatest number of people. 4.Utilitarianism D.The theory of evolution by way of natural selection, which shed new light on the development of human beings as a species. 5.Scientific Materialism E.A social, political, economic, and philosophical theory that highlights the role class conflict plays in the development of social systems. 6.Imperialism F.The philosophical view that nothing exists but physical reality, as revealed in the natural sciences. 7.Marxism G.This is reflected in the attempt to examine individual lives in accurate, precise detail in art and literature.