chapter 27 - ROMANTICISM Voice of Revolution Romanticism as...

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ROMANTICISM Voice of Revolution
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Romanticism as a Shift in Thinking A key movement in the Counter-Enlightenment . “The major revolution in thinking since Christianity,” perhaps the beginning of modernity. A huge movement that stressed feeling over reason. 1770-1840 in Europe 1798-1832 in England
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The Enlightenment: Versailles
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Romanticism: Wild Nature
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Awe —The Sublime
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Lisbon Earthquake and Tsunami: Nov . 1 1755
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French Revolution July 14, 1789
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Reign of Terror: The Guillotine
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Late 18 th -Early 19 th c. New Spirit of the Age Politically and economically a time for change Rise of the Middle Class Industrialization French Revolution + American Revolution Families move to cities Gender roles change Relationship to nature changes
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Kant + Hegel Kant rejects Locke’s “tabula rasa” in favor of a mind that actively creates the world. Hegel goes farther than Kant in
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chapter 27 - ROMANTICISM Voice of Revolution Romanticism as...

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