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Lecture

C.D. Friedrich and Nationalism

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Department
European Studies
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EURO 1200
Professor
Paola Mayer

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Mentioned at beginning of lecture, about previous lecture’s material Nation as living organism nations have inbound characteristics a nation is like a tree if you alter it, it won't be vital and healthy germanys mission in europe germany's purpose is to keep the peace among the european nations its geographical location, right in the middle Caspar David Friedrich, Chasseur in the Forest (1813) Napoleonic war Leizeg Chasseur is a french calvary solider in a german forrest, missing his horse low chance of survival is a crow, waiting for its dinner, when the solider dies french solider is defeated by the forest of germany symbol for the nation - forest nation is a natural entity trees close together, united political message, the trees, the nation, is tightly united against the french rooted having a history Tomb of Hutten (1824) Caspar David Friedrich contemporary of martin luthor rallied for protestant symbol of a person fighting big super national entities emperor ruler of multi national one german, small heroic force, fighting huge thing german patriots who would like to see a united germany tombs of hut ten young german patriot meditating over the grave wearing 16th century dress grave is in a ruined church germany is in ruins ruined gothic church mistakenly gothic was thought to have originated in germany so gothic church is a statement on german national identity the vegetation growing is hope of revitalization German Romanticism every generation tends to rebel from the previous one knows its a movement romantics were mostly born in the early 1770s were young during the revolution philosophy, can change the course of history ideas are a powerful thing north germany, group of thinkers, miniature manifestos ro
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