Lecture 1 -- Course Introduction

Lecture 1 -- Course Introduction - History 374 Nationalism:...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/13/11 History 374 Nationalism: Myth and Course Introduction
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6/13/11 Readings for Friday, August 27 “Patriotism, from the Ancients to the Moderns,” available in the reader. - Nine separate pieces, each fairly small; try to remember who said what - The Shaftesbury, Toland, and Bolingbroke are a bit more difficult. For ease, you may want to start with the Voltaire, Scott, and Mazzini. The Price and Constant are a bit longer, but should go
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6/13/11 Readings for next Week: Anthony Ashley Cooper [3rd Earl of Shaftesbury], Characteristics of Men, Manners, Opinions, Times, etc. [originally 1711], pp. 244-251 John Toland, “A Letter Concerning the Roman Education,“ [c. 1700] pp. 1-9 Lord Bolingbroke, “On the Spirit of Patriotism,” [1736], pp. 358-362 Voltaire, “Patrie,” [1764], pp. 411-413 Samuel Johnson, “The Patriot,” [1774] pp. 91-99 Richard Price, “A Discourse on the Love of our Country,” [1789], pp. 176-189, 193-196
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6/13/11 Who are the “Ancients” and
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course HIST 374 taught by Professor Prior during the Fall '10 term at South Carolina.

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