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Ch 16 Enlightenment
Enlightenment 1700-1789- intellectual and cultural movement. Rococo- pastile, light and everyday scene of wealthy atistocles, and sexual or exrotic. Neoclasicism-

Deism- worship a supreme being a god who created the universe and set the laws of nature in motion but who never again interfered in natural or human affairs. Pietism-

Philosophes- leaders of enlightenment.

First great awakening-

Phillip Spener-

Jonathan Edwards-


Departure from Cythera- 1717 oil on canvas
Oath of the Horatii- 1785

Ch17 Revolutions
Capitalism/laissez-faire- rule by the people and government keeps out of economy. romanticism-


Industrial revolution- switch to mass production.
american revolution- seeking independence from great britian and taxation without repreatation. french revolution- enligtment > freedom and equality for all. declaration of independence-1776 war aganist great britian.


adam smith-

national constituent assembly-

louis XVI- king of france and reign of terror
maximilien robespierre-

reign of terror-

declaration of the rights of man and citizen-

goethe-1749-1832 the sorrows of young werther 1774
death of marat-1793
the third of may-1808, 1814-1815
the raft of the medusa-1818 oil on canvas
ch 18 triumph of the bourgeoisie
Liberalism- democracy and individual liberity.
Nationalism- pride in one's nation. Equality and brotherhood real politik- realistic/praticial governing style > strong armies 1850-1871. socialism-destruction of class system, proletariat.
Evangelicalism-protestant and methodists
transcendentalism- thoreau walden 1859 and rom movement in U.S. Realism- concead in real life, everyday problems.
slave narrative-1845 life of fredick douglas and 1850 narrative of sojourner truth. pope pius 9-1848 syllabus of errors and doctrine of papal infallibility. karl marx & friedrich engels- communist manifesto 1848....
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