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How did the romantics feel about government? I know the Enlightenment bought about feelings of individual liberty and democracy through people like Locke and his Social Contract Theory.
Depends on which Romanticist you are talking about
Just the Romanticism period in general. Sorry for the ambiguity.
Well I mean there were some very different views regarding government
Interesting. I am doing a project on it, and had to read books like Rip Van Winkle to form an idea. I do not think it has soaked in yet.
I know the Enlightenment was more rationalism and romantic more individual.
Okay so you mentioned Locke what were his ideas?
and how do they pertain to government?
The people giving up some of their rights in order to have a government that protects and serves them. Also stressed individual liberties. Further, pertaining to the Enlightenment in itself, ideas of democracy and limited government. Most importantly, civil rights.
Sorry, not civil rights, but universal equality.
There you go
Have you heard of Hobbs?
Yes, I have. Did he not say people were inherently bad?
He was very cynical of people...
Ok, so I need to go do some research on him.
I also know romantics were big on nationalism, but I just cant understand why. I have research for days.
You can definitely gain some differing opinions for your report by researching him
Can you give me your opinion?
Sorry not my strongest subject :/
My DT466E engine in my bus is gonna die if it does not get romantic help.
Avoid mass tagging
So nobody knows?
It arose as a reaction to the Enlightenment and the French Revolution. Instead of searching for rules governing nature and human beings, the romantics searched for a direct communication with nature and treated humans as unique individuals not subject to scientific rules. Napoleon’s invasion of central Europe also helped start a movement that emphasized the authentic national culture such as the vernacular and folklore instead of the language and customs imposed by the foreign ruler.
Are yall blue bird lovers or something?
Don't be raciest against the AmTran bus.
Lol not being racist, just don't understand. I am bad at history too. Let me read the q again
Sorry still not getting it. Good luck tho