Modernism: The Assault on Tradition
1. Albert Einstein and other twentieth-century physicists argued that
a. Newtonian laws of physics did not function at the microscopic level.
b. Newtonian laws of physics did not function at t
Globalism: Information, Communication, and The Digital
1. In his writings on existentialism, Sartre insisted that each individual is
a. born with an essential nature.
b. controlled by social and economic forces.
Materialism: The Industrial Era and the Urban Scene
1. Late nineteenth-century colonialism had as its primary motivating force the need
a. for materials and markets.
b. for lands to settle.
c. for peoples to incorporate.
d. to h
Romanticism: Nature, Passion, and the Sublime
1. Romanticism might be said to have rebelled against all of the following EXCEPT
a. religious authority.
2. The landmark w