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Rime of the Ancient Mariner; imagjnation was gods work in the mind ; dealt with spiritual and supernatural meanings
Rime of the Ancient Mariner
sailor kills a fish and is cursed bc of crime against God and nature but repents and is uncursed
Leader of English Romanticism who published works in the countryside; said childhood is a period of imagination and aging corrupts imagination .
Lord Byron (George Gordon)
considered a rebel among romantic writers because he had little sympathy for their views; rejected old traditions; mocking his own beliefs
German Romantic author of "Lucinde" (1799), which attacked prejudices against women.; discussed sexual activity
Johann Wolfgang Goethe
considered the greatest german writer of modern time ; Faust
Founder of Methodism; ; CHRISTIANITY
theologian; catholic revivalist ;
religion based on feelings
Father of Theological Liberalism; christianity ; supported all religions but held exception to rationalism of enlightenment
nationalist; identified the ego with the absolute that underlies all themes; the world is creation of human kind
organic development ; emphasized the importance of preserving german culture and songs
most important ; thesis, antithesis, synthesis; all cultures are important ; all parts of history are equal
idealist; sought to accept rationalism of Enlightenment and preserve a belief in human freedom , immortality and existence of God; thought the enlightenment was corrupted
explored childhood; epmphasized the difference between childhood and adult; education
explored gothic and supernatural themes
Congress of Vienna
restored a balance of power to Europe after Napoleon's reign; met to discuss new borders of europe ;
19th century artistic movement that appealed to emotion rather than reason; created despite the enlightenment
believed God was in nature
rationalism based on empiricism
what was the enlightenment?
A strong feeling of pride in and devotion to one's country; opposed congress of vienna ( legit monarchies ) independence wanted everywhere
anyone that challenged existing values ; equality , freedom of press, abolition of guilds
John Stuart Mill
19th century English philosopher, famous for thoughts on outside the box thinking on perception; economy based on utility ; liberalist and totalitarianism
tradition and social stability; legit monarchies,
1819, it discouraged liberal teachings in southern Germany. Censorship imposed by Metternich.
name of the constitution of Louis XVIII which provided for a monarchy and bicameral legislature; declaration of rights of man and citizen ; religious toleration , but catholicism was main religion
Resulted in the overthrow of Charles X when workers and middle class formed an alliance
A reactionary idea in the French political stage that supported total restoration of the Bourbons.
Concert of Europe
the powers met periodically to discuss any problems affecting the peace of Europe
International meetings with European powers between 1818-1822; maintain status quo
what should europe do about the ottoman empire lack of providing stability
repeal of corn lows brought on unemployment and stress and resulted in this massacre
Great Reform Bill of 1832
Parliament passed a law changing the British electoral system
treaties of london
declared greece independent
after rose and fall of Napoleon ; decolonization
independence and protection by russia
Suppression by Nicholas the first; revolt of western intellects against the Tsarist government. soldiers refused to pledge alliance to nicholas; some executes others exiled .
liberal constitution written granting independence
overthrow of charles X after he issued 4 ordinances trying to restrict freedom and dissolving chamber of deputies ; end of bourbon dynasty
nicholas suppresses the revolt
student societies in the German states dedicated to fostering the goal of a free, united Germany.
The Third of May
napoleons execution of spanish rebels; contrast of the guerillas with very limited resources and napoleons troops with advances weaponry
congress of vienna achievement s
strengthened states around france borders , no single state should dominate europe like france did; new territories distributed and borders adjusted ; legit monarchies
A style of art which focused on nature and feelings, and rejected the orderly world; medieval times
"Power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely" ; pursuit of nationalistic goals would lead leaders to ignore economic well-being of people.
Chamber of Peers
Part of bicameral legislature in France; chosen by King-not exactly representative.
Chamber of Deputies
lower house of legislature
Reflections on the Revolution in France; troubled by spirit of reform and believed it would lead to chaos
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