E 102 REVIEW - 2) Prescriptions for fit marriages 3)...

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REVIEW PART 1 9/13 – 9/27
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Colonialism French Revolution Adam Smith Charles Darwin Industrialization Leo XIII Max Weber F. Nietzsche Francis Galton Theodor Herzl Karl Marx Friedrich Engels É. Drumont Nationalism Edmund Morel
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Row 1, 1) The “white man’s” trinity 2) The effects of capitalism on the African people
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2,2 1) Materialist conception of history against Hegelian idealism 2) Alienation of the Laborer 3) The Communist Manifesto, class struggle and revolution
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2,3 1) Herzl’s Nationalism 2) Attitudes on Assimilation and human nature 3) The Eternal Circle
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2,4 1) Catholicism’s Reactionary Stance 2) Judaism, Enlightenment and Emancipation/Assimilatio n
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3,1 1) Historical project, the empirical “sea” and ideal types (“boat”) 2) The meaning of “ethic” and modern capitalism 3) The Protestant “ethic” 4) The Iron Cage
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3,2 1) Slave (Apollonian) and Master (Dionysian) morality 2) Postmodernity and Nietzsche 3) “Resentment”
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3,3 1) Use of Darwin’s theories
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Unformatted text preview: 2) Prescriptions for fit marriages 3) Eugenics as a religion and its practical application 3,4 1) Standards of Employment 2) Relations of the worker to the market 3) Park Initiatives 4,1 1) Critique of Mercantilism 2) Division of Trade and Labor 3) The Invisible Hand 4,2 1) Natural Selection 2) Optimism about the process 4,4 1) Reaction to Marxism and the status of the laborer 2) The importance of property and proper use 3) Charity and Moral Values 5,1 1) Textile industry and population boom in Manchester, England 2) Considerations about the quality of life 5,2 1) Background as media populist 2) Judaism, Enlightenment and patriotism 3) Old France and Christian values 5,4 1) The old, Revolutionary Nationalism 2) Radical Right and the definition of Nationalism 3) The Dreyfus Affair 4) German Anti-Semitism and Nationalism...
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