Romanticism - I. Romanticism A. imagination or intuitive...

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I. Romanticism A. imagination or intuitive intelectuall faculty supplementing reason as means to perceive and understand the World. B. Writers closely related to the Enlightenment provided immediate intellectual foundations: - Rousseau View on how individual could develop to lead a good and happy life uncorrupted by society. Émile o Dif. Between children and adults o Distinguished the stages of human maturation and urged children be raised with max. Indiv. Freedom Grow freely- like a plant Trial and error= what reality is and how best to deal with it Prov. Basic necesitéis of life Warding Off what is manifestly harmful Adult- completely out of the way Men and women would naturally grow into social roles with different spheres of activities. Child’s sentiments- as well as its reason to flourish Romantic writers: This concept of human development vindicated the Rights ofnatur over those of artificial society. o
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