12 - Vienna and its discontents 1815 1848 I International...

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Vienna and its discontents 1815- 1848 I. International order A. Rules of game B. Concert of Europe C. Strains i. “Holy alliance” vs. “Liberal powers” ii. Ottoman “sick bear” vs. “great game” II. Domestic- “imagining communities- history and alienation A. Nationalism- Mazzini- “Young Italy/Germany”, Herder, Palacky, Poland, Hungary 1. Socialsim- a. St Simon, Fourier, Marx 2. Liberalism a. France, Germanies, Britain 1832 - Napoleon replaces bad regimes with new codes and laws, but there is a sense that the system is up for grabs - 10 stages to human development - Stressed slow, but continual progress - Heyvl???????? - Alienation- we are prevented by certain sets of circumstances, to become ourselves - Imagining communities- new thinkers rethinking general ideas of community - More about individuals - Communities need overarching ideals- Nationalism and Socialsim - Liberalism wins because it is the most dramatic - Vienna Settlement- big shots try to make a new order, or at least Alexander 1
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course HIST 120 taught by Professor Koshar during the Fall '07 term at University of Wisconsin.

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