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Dada artistic movement that expressed disapproval of the pre-war establishment and culture by mocking it and criticizing the vices it’s war (WWI) brought about.
Friedrich Nietzsche 19th century philosopher who said idea of being logical and rational stifles human passion, feeling, and “animal instinct”; also said values are relative
nihilism philosophy that says life has no meaning at all
Existentialism outgrowth of nihilism; said there was no supreme being that gave life meaning and established “proper” or absolute values;
Jean Paul Sartre leading French existentialist; partner of Simone de Beauvoir
Soren Kierkegaard and Karl Barth religious thinkers who sought to recreate the religious intensity of the Protestant Reformation
Albert Einstein he shattered the Newtonian view of science and thus challenged the ideas of progress and rationality by publishing his Theory of Relativity
Sigmund Freud he claimed human behavior is the result of constant tension between the RATIONAL conscious self AND the IRRATIONAL, instinctual, primitive unconscious
Stream of consciousness literary technique that emphasizes a confused viewpoint of a single individual and his mind
James Joyce he wrote Ulysses, the story of one day in the life of one man and his thoughts
Oswald Spengler wrote The Decline of the West
Franz Kafka wrote The Trial, The Castle, The Metamorphosis; all about helpless individuals crushed by societal pressures and forces
Functionalism idea that buildings should be useful and functional (serve the purpose for which they are made)
Bauhaus School that combined study of fine art (painting and sculpture) with practical arts (printing, weaving, furniture) to make functional things
Walter Gropius founder of Bauhaus movement
Expressionism Artistic movement that sought to depict inner world of mind, emotion, imagination, psychology
Vincent van Gogh The Starry Night
Pablo Picasso founder of cubism
Surrealism artistic movement that expressed the unconscious
Salvador Dali leading surrealist
Gustav Stresemann German statesman that started the beginning of compromise and cooperation between the major powers
Locarno Treaty solidified post WWI European borders
Popular Front French govt comprised of coalition of communists and socialists
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