The Importance of the Liberal Arts
During The Romantic Era (1825-1900), when the concept of a technology driven economy had not yet been introduced, society relied on the outburst of art, culture and literature that was sweeping across Europe. They thrived in hamlets filled with poetry and song, and although education of such was scarce, they lived in communities that lived for the liberal arts. William Shakespeare emerged as a genius of this domain, turning out infamous works such as "Romeo & Juliet", "Macbeth" and "Much Ado About Nothing". The outcome was passionate, resulting in a society that was trained in the…
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