Major works of philosophy name of the work creator

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Major Works of PhilosophyName of the WorkCreatorName the work’s creator.SummaryDescribe the work, including any key words or innovations.ThemesWhich theme(s) inspired this work?31
On the Origin of SpeciesDarwinIn this book, Darwin describes his theory of natural selection, often called evolution or “survival of the fittest”.DarwinismScientific MaterialismOn LibertyCommunist ManifestoMajor Works of LiteratureLa Comédie humaine(The Human Comedy)Hard TimesWar and PeaceThe Adventures of Huckleberry FinnThe AwakeningMajor Works of Theater32
A Doll’s HouseMajor Works of ArtA Burial at OrnansThe Third Class CarriageThe Thankful PoorBoulevard du TempleImpression, SunriseThe Basket of ApplesThe Starry Night33
The Peacock SkirtMajor Works of ArchitectureThe Eiffel TowerMajor Works of Music1812 OverturePrelude to the Afternoon of a Faun“The Stars and Stripes Forever”“The Entertainer”Cultural Exchange & Diversity in The Realist PeriodCultural exchange is the sharing of ideas that occurs when Western, European cultures interact with those outside of itself. Through trade and exploration, Europe’s cultures began to include ideas and goods gained from the wider world. Pro Tip: Use MindEdge Module 6.15 to complete this section. 34
Type of ExchangeCultures InvolvedIdentify the cultures that participated in the cultural exchange.What was the result of the exchange? How did it impact the involved cultures?Result of ExchangeInfluence of Japanese Woodblock PrintsContemporary Influences of The Realist PeriodInterestingly enough, much of the Romantic Period’s connection to the modern world can be found in the arena of music. Much of the passion, spirit, and focus on personal experiences are echoed in the popular music we still hear today.Pro Tip: The answers for this section are found in MindEdge Module 6.16. The first one has been completed for you below as an example.Contemporary ExampleRealist InfluenceDescribe examples of how ideas from the Realist Period influence the modern world. Marxism in Modern GovernmentsMarxism influenced the creation of socialist governments in Europe & AsiaTheory of EvolutionModern Tax & Environmental Policies35
Defining The “-Isms” of PhilosophyUse this area to collect, describe, and understand the different philosophical ideas that we lovingly refer to as “The -Isms”. By collecting these different philosophical approaches in one place, you’ll be
Pro Tip: The answers for this section are found in each Module’s Philosophy page. The first one has been completed for you below as an example.Idealism (Romanticism)Transcendentalism (Romanticism)Utilitarianism (Realism)Scientific Materialism (Realism)Marxism (Realism)Congratulations! You have finished the Humanities Study Guide! As your Course Instructors, we sincerely hope that you have enjoyed exploring the rich and diverse world of the humanities. It is our wish that you carry an appreciation and understanding of what you’ve learned in this course as you move onward. Wishing you success,Your Humanities Course Instructors36

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