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Jose Ortega's 'The Revolt Of The Masses': Fascism, Communism And European Politics
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10 pages in length. The loss of freedom and reason was a concept that greatly worried Spanish philosopher and social theorist Jose Ortega y Gasset. At the time of World War I, totalitarianism was taking a stronghold upon Europe, while the Great Depression proved to threaten the nature and destiny of the Western civilization. The Enlightenment had begun to show signs of wear, directly affecting the manner by which freedom and reason were slowly but surely being cast aside. It can be argued that with the weakening influence of World War I, reason and freedom stood little chance of escaping the impact of totalitarianism. It was Ortega's contention that through the means of such barbarism, those who were intellectually undisciplined and culturally unrefined would soon serve as the new ambassadors to European existence. Asserting that such masses would prove fatal to the Europe's cultural, economic and political progress, Ortega was mightily concerned with the fascist and communist implications of such a trend, which he clearly addressed in his book entitled 'The Revolt of the Masses.' Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TLCorteg.doc

Goethe's 'Faust': Relationship To German Enlightenment
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5 pages in length. The German Enlightenment was one of the central tasks upon which major thinkers established themselves. What this means in terms of how great literary philosophers looked at the broader scope of existence lies within the works of such celebrated writers as Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe. The writer discusses how Goethe embraced and critiqued the Enlightenment, recognizing it as a time in which all of mankind could break free from the confines of what had heretofore been accepted as a universal recognition of existence; with each individual following in the footsteps of those who went before, without any question as to why things are accomplished in any certain order, the time for the German Enlightenment symbolized the chance to break free from such constraints. No additional sources cited.
Filename: TLCfaust.doc

J.W. von Goethe / Works and Contributions To German Theater
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A research paper of 6 pages, highlighting some of Goethe's contributions to the German theatre. His scientific investigations are given some discussion, and his literary talents that included drama, poetry, novel fiction and autobiography are mentioned. The paper, though, focuses on his drama and the setting of his eighteenth-century times. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Goethe.wps

Religion and Faith in 17th Century Europe
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This 5 page report discusses the existence of religion in the Europe of the 1600s. Throughout all aspects of faith during the time, the element of transformation and religious heroism played a key role and also supported justifications of violent “Christian” intervention throughout the world. The 17th century also provided the foundation from which the philosophy of the Enlightenment was launched. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BW17rel.rtf

Support for the Unification of the German States
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A 5 page “letter” from a fictitious Bavarian aristocrat to his King in 1871, advising him that uniting with the other independent states of Germany would be in their best interests. The letter outlines nineteenth-century German history and explains how nationalism and a belief in their manifest destiny as a people convinced Germans to unite. Bibliography lists two sources.
Filename: KBgerman.wps

Bismarck and German Unification
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An 8 1/2 page paper which discusses German unification and the role Otto von Bismarck played, or may have played, in the unification of East and West Germany today. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: RAunifica.wps

Late 19th-Century Germany
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An 8 page paper discussing the motivations underlying the unification of Germany and the emergence of the political mass market. Prime Minister Bismarck order full male suffrage for the first time in Saxony in 1866. Some historians maintain that the political mass market originated with that Saxony election; others hold that it did not fully emerge until Bismarck was forced to retire in 1890. The paper discusses the chronology of the period between 1866 and the end of World War I, when the German people demanded an end to the war and the Second Reich ended with Wilhelm II's flight to the Netherlands. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KSGermany.wps

The French & Russian Revolutions
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A 5 page examination of the factors which cause revolutions with a comparison of the stimuli which caused the French and Russian Revolutions and their outcomes. Bibliography lists six sources.
Filename: Charfa.doc


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