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LOUIS PASTEUR
his germ theory proved the air was full of bacteria
• gave rise to improved hospital enviornments
CHARLES DARWIN
• came up with theory of evolution
• not every animal has same chance
SIGMUND FREUD
• id (desire, ego (rationalizing conscious), super ego (should do)
SOCIAL DARWINISM
• used to describe a style or trend in social theory which holds that Darwin's theory of evolution of biological traits in a population by natural selection can also be applied to human social institutions
ROMANTICISM
• revolt against classicism and the enlightenment
• Rousseau most influential
• Characterized by belief in emotional exuberance, spontaneity
• Free emotion, expression found in music: Beethoven
• Literary romanticism and early nationalism reinforced e/o
REALISM
• Emile Zola big player in realist movement of literature
• Realist ppl believed literature should depict life exactly as it is
• Focused on contemporary everyday life, pursued commonplace
• Examined many taboo subjects
• heredity and environment det. Human behavior
• Tolstoy, War & Peace
IMPRESSIONISM
• Radicals in their time, early impressionists broke the picture-making rules of academic painting. They began by painting driven by colours, rather than by line
ART NOUVEAU
• Dynamic, undulating and flowing, curved "whiplash" lines of syncopated rhythm characterize