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1. What a piece of work is a man! How noble in reason! How infinite in faculties... – hamlet 2. Man is born free, yet everywhere he is in chains. Rousseau 3. Modern society is rotten even at its roots. Rouseeau

4. Get back to Nature … Noble Savage .. SOCIAL CONTRACT - rouseeau 5. Reason is supreme . Human reason can solve every problem facing humankind. - descartes 6. A work of art is a public dream – frued – Oedipus complex 7. We live in an ordered, rational, understandable, predictable universe governed by mathematical laws. - newton 8. We are all born to perfect freedom. God has given the world to all men in common. - locke 9. All men are essentially equal and have rights by nature. -locke 10. Man is the product of his environment; change the environment and change the man. -locke 11. TABULA RASa- locke – blank slate

12. I do not agree with what you are saying, but I am willing to fight for your right to say it. - voltaire 13. Who Studied Roman Laws ? Who said … We must build a Republic based on virtue? – montesquiee – spirit of laws 14. I am first a man and only then a French man. - montesquier 15. SPIRIT OF THE LAWS - montesquieu

16. The Time will come, when the sun will shine only on free men who know no other … - condorcet 17. Sketch for a Historical Picture of the Progress of the Human Mind - condorcet 18. Nature… the anchor of my purest thoughts - wordsworth

19. Whatever was the beginning of this world, the end will be glorious and paradisiacal … - priestley 20. We can only hope for the absolute perfection of the human race. - condorcet 21. Encyclopedia : Education can…Wipe out all evils -diderot 22. I heard a thousand blended notes, While in a grove I sat reclined … - wordsworth 23. And much it grieved my heart to think What man has made of man. - wordsworth 24. If the stars should appear one night in a thousand years … -emerson 25. The lover of nature is he whose inward and outward senses are still truly adjusted to … -emerson 26. In the presence of nature a wild delight runs through the man, in spite of real sorrows… - emerson 27. In the woods, we return to reason and faith. There I feel that nothing can befall me in life… - emerson 28. I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately … - thoreau 29. What a book the devil’s chaplain might write on the clumsy, wasteful, blundering, low … -darwin 30. Life is competition for survival. Survival of the fittest.-darwin 31. GOD IS DEAD . Superman/Overman - nietzsche

32. Christianity teaches a slave morality of sympathy, kindness… - nietzsche 33. Know the ID, SUPER EGO, EGO . // SUBLIMATION // OEDIPUS COMPLEX -freud 34. It is modern man’s is fate to be unhappy. Society places unrealistic demands on the ID -freud 35. A dream is essentially the fulfillment of a repressed, unacceptable sexual wish. -freud 36. Dreams stand with one foot in the present and one in childhood. A work of art is a public dream. - freud 37. What does the 2nd law of Thermodynamic state? -everything becomes more disorganized and going into chaos 38. Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer… - yeats 39. Things fall apart; the center cannot hold …Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world… - yeats 40. The world has gone mad…why shouldn’t art be equally mad? - picasso 41.What is a TABULA RASA? … explain – locke – blank slate 42. Man was formed of dust, slime, and ashes, and what is even more vile…pope innocent 3 43. There is nothing more wonderful to be seen than man. - pico 44. Upon man, at the moment of his creation, God bestowed seeds pregnant with all possibilities. - pico 45. Man was conceived of blood made rotten by the heat of lust… - pope innocent 3 46. I am myself indifferent honest, but I could accuse myself of such things it were better… - hamlet 47. The acuteness of his senses, the inquiry of his reason, and the light of his intelligence… - pico 48. We will teach the young to know their rights and to be...
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