Basic outline about Culture during the European Industrial Revolution (Romanticism and Realism) by Alan Torrico
Culture: Romanticism and Realism
1.At the end of the 18th century, a new intellectual movement, known as romanticism, emerged as a reaction to the ideas of the Enlightenment.
2.The romantics emphasized feelings, emotions, and imagination as sources of knowing.
3.The romantics believed that emotion and sentiment were only understandable to the person experiencing them.
4.Romantics also valued individualism, the belief in the uniqueness of each person.
5.Many romantics had a passionate interest in the past. They revived medieval architecture and built castle…
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