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Cianci- Greenstein

Romantic Religion/ Romantic Views of Nationalism and History

John Wesley the leader of the Methodist movement
Romantic Religious Thinkers Sought the foundation of religion in the inner emotions of humankind
Cause of the rise of Methodism middle of the eighteenth century revolt against Deism and rationalism in the Church of England
Holy Club group established by John Wesley at Oxford University
The Genius of Christianity (1802) book that stressed passion as the driving force in religion, written by Viscount Francois Rene de Chateaubriand that became considered the "bible of Romanticism"
Friedrich Schleiermacher (1768-1834) writer and Romanic leader who claimed that religion wasn't dogmatic or ethical, but a feeling or intuition of "absolute dependence on an infinite reality"
J. G. Fichte (1762-1814) German philosopher and nationalist who believed that people shape the world and are truly individual pieces of it
Johahn Gottfried Herder (1744-1803) German critic of European colonialism and resentful about the French cultural influence in Germany
Grimm Brothers (Jakob and Wilhelm) inspired by Herder and famous for writing a collection of fairy tales that exemplified individual culture
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831) German Romantic historian and philosopher who believed in the evolution of ideas in a conflicting manner
Thesis, Antithesis, and Synthesis thesis- predominant set of ideas antithesis- conflicting set of ideas synthesis- end resulting thesis formed by the clashing of the other two that will then go through the process again
Romantic Europe's beliefs about Islam conflict between Christians and Muslins was necessary, Arabs were another culture (to be respected or not), and that Islam was an inspirational culture with much to be learned
Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881) supported Muhammad as a leader and a symbol of God and human's connection, opposed to most people who saw him as am impostor
Napoleon's Effects on the Middle East learning from Muslim's was encouraged, Europeans visiting the area became much more accepted and normal, and an increase in desires for Middle Eastern things (such as architecture)
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