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Week 6 notes

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Week 6 notes HIS 104

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Notes from Week 6 of Western Civilization
History of Western Civilization 1815-Present
Michael Rosenfeld
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Katharine Anthony on Wednesday March 9, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HIS 104 at Pace University taught by Michael Rosenfeld in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see History of Western Civilization 1815-Present in History at Pace University.


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Date Created: 03/09/16
1861 a. Britain extends right to vote to all males above the age of 21 1871 a. End of Franco- Prussian War b. Final unification of Germany c. Unification of Italy d. Completion of construction of the Suez Canal  John Locke says that we are all born into a social contract and if we do not like said contract we have to leave and if the government violates it than the people can get rid of it. (Liberalism) o Important in the 1950's and 1960's with pre-kindergarten and changing the environment they were in.  John Hobbes believes that people must believe.(Absolutism)  Tabula rasa o When people are born nothing is written on their late as they live and experience things those are things that are written on their slate. Slate= brain.  Sir Isaac Newton o Principia Mathematica o Calculus  Jacques Rousseau o Social Contract  Washington Crossing the Delaware, Leutze o Image of nationalism o Enlightenment o Revolution Louis XVI   Death of Marat, David o Nationalism o Writing o Visual arts important  Sacre du Napoleon, David o Dictatorship o Tries to transform the revolution o Both successful generals (him and Washington) 1700-1815  French and Indian War  American Revolution  Louisiana Purchase  French Revolution  Death of Louis VXI  Bastille Day  Napoleon takes power  Enlightment ends  Napoleon is defeated by Russia  Waterloo  Thomas Jefferson  Locke  Rousseau  George Washington  Jean Jacques Rousseau  Clemens von Metterich  Robespierre  Marat  Wanderer Above the Mists, Friedrich  Romantics hated industrialization with a passion o Like the luddites o Industralizations was scarring the landscape o Slums were being built o Sanitation was poor  Jane Austen and Charles Dickens o Dickens wrote about the evils of industrialization o Austen wrote about romanticism of the old ways Romanticism  Goes against the cultural forces such as rationalization, reason and disregard for those that aren't scientifically based.  "The heart has reasons of that that mind could never perceive." 1850-1870  Age of Materialism o Refers to a completely orientation than romanticism o Archetype of Romanticism is the poet o Archetype of Materialism is the engineer Materialism/Realism  "The great issues of the day are not going to be solved by great speeches, the great issues of the day are going to be solved by blood and iron." - Bismarck  The train o Transforms the world o The engine of economic development o The revolutions of 1848 o With the shift towards materialism and realism you begin to see o Marx and Engles  Communist manifesto  Socialism  The Proletariat o Charles Darwin  Evolution  "Nature is red in tooth and claw"  Bismark makes United Germany o For the next 50 years Germany pisses off Europe  Cavour creates a united Italy o Since the roman empire this hasn't been a thing o Garibaldi was the soldier o United Italy in 1870 due to the French Forces in Rome keeping the Italians from taking Rome have to leave and once the French are gone the Italians rush in and take control of Rome. o The pope literally locks himself away and ignores the fact that there is a country of Italy until Mussolini  Napoleon III o Tries to rule France from 1850-70 o Victor Hugo called him Napoleon la petite o Did a bad job  The Suez Canal is created  Florence Nightingale o (Tbh look up Mary Seacole she's pretty damn cool in and of herself even if we didn't talk about her in class.)  Montessori o Created the Montessori school o Cared for the poor children of Rome.  Immigrants come to America for opportunity o Millions were not fans.


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