Jane Austen-19 century author who wrote Mansfield Park. This book is known for 2 points:
old blood needs new blood to rejuvinate it and the british empire may be invisible for most of
the time but it is required economically to keep peace. She basically a
Chapter 5: Germany: the racial state
alliance with Soviet Union. After France lost in 1940, Hitler began to invade Soviet
Union Good amount similarities between Fascism and Nazism. Both country had a
movement came to power that sought to create national u
Chapter 19: The Explosion of Imagination
Platonic notion of universalism: This was the most dominant idea among the artists of the
Renaissance and universalism is one of the most influential ideas in history. Universalism in
the renaissance was the idea t
Study Guide for Watsons Ideas
Flamming, HTS 3032, Spring 2014
Chapter 18: Arrival of the Secular: Capitalism, Humanism, Individualism
The chapter begins with a discussion of the various whys surrounding the rise of early
capitalism. Watsons intention is t
Chapter 3: Hutcheson was the first major figure in the scottish enlightment and is
considered a new light presbyterian because he . more humanistic and less severe in his
religous ideas. He specifically did not like the idea of pre-destinati
Chapter 23: The Genius of the Experiment
Copernicus: He developed a set of 4 principles.
1)There is no center of all celestial circles.
2)The Earth is not the center of the Universe.
3) All spheres revolve around the Sun and the Sun is the center of the U
Chapter 30: The Great Reversal of Values Romanticism
Understand why Watson believes the Romantic Movement to be an important turning point
in intellectual history.
Idea of Romanticism: The urge for self expression as opposed to t
Chapter 1: Scenes from the history of fascism
Benito Mussolini presented his administration to parliament on 11/16/19. He intended
to improve living standards for the poor, and to bend the people to his will in a new
national community. H
Chapter 31: The Rise of History, Pre-History and Deep Time
Hegel: Wrote the The Philosophy of History, which advanced the view that the divine will
unfolds over time, so history is created of the divine will. His famous theory of how history
Chapter 24: Liberty, Property, and Community: the Origins of Conservatism and
Understand what Watson means by the rise of the nation-state and absolute monarchy.
Niccolo Machiavelli: He held a job as a secretary to the second chancery in the ne