Roland Stromberg. European Intellectual History Since 1789.

Biblioteca / 1960-1969

Roland Stromberg. European Intellectual History Since 1789.

Nueva York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1968. 300 páginas.

Publicado en 1966 bajo el título An Intellectual History of Modern Europe.

3ra edición, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1981.

Contents

Preface

Introduction

1 – ROMANTICISM AND REVOLUTION: 1789-1815

The French Revolution

Immanuel Kant and the Revolution in Philosophy

Romanticism

2 – THE BIRTH OF IDEOLOGIES: 1815-1848

The European Situation: 1815-1848

Conservatism

Liberalism

Socialism

Hegel

Social Romanticism and the Revolution of 1848

3 – CLASSICAL IDEOLOGIES OF THE MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY: MILL, COMTE, DARWIN

The Mid-Victorian Era

Comte and Positivism

The Darwinian Revolution

The Aftermath of Darwin: Evolutionary Controversies and Philosophies

4 – NINETEENTH-CENTURY IDEOLOGIES: MARXISM

Foundations of Marxism

Historical Materialism

Marx’s Analysis of Capitalism

Revisionism, Fabianism, and Other Forms of Socialism

5 – THE CRISIS OF EUROPEAN THOUGHT: 1880-1914

Democracy and Nationalism

Irrationalism: Nietzsche, Freud, and Bergson

The Crisis in Science

The Crisis in Religion

Esthetes and Literary Rebels

Irrationalism in Political Thought

6 – THE WEST IN TROUBLE: FROM WORLD WAR I TO WORLD WAR II

The War and Its Afrermath

Literature and Thought between the Wars

The Strife of Ideologies

Existentialism

7 – CONTEMPORARY IDEAS IN THE WEST

Since 1945: The Postwar Climate of Opinion and Trends in Thought

Dilemmas of Modern Man

The Next Stage?

Epilogue

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