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Alan Tully, Chair 128 Inner Campus Dr., Stop B7000, GAR 1.104 Austin, TX 78712-1739 • 512-471-3261

Spring 2004

HIS 332G • Eur Intel Hist, A Smith-Freud

Unique Days Time Location Instructor
35700 MWF
9:00 AM-10:00 AM
WAG 201
MATYSIK

Course Description

This course introduces students to the major intellectual currents and thinkers of the long nineteenth century. We will begin with both the Enlightenment, and move on to look at the challenges nineteenth century thinkers posed the limits of reason. As a course in intellectual history, it will at once concentrate on close reading of works by major thinkers, while also asking how intellectual trends relate to their historical contexts.

Grading Policy

First short paper: 30% Second short paper: 35% Final exam: 35%

Texts

Textbooks (subject to change): Montesquieu, PERSIAN LETTERS Immanuel Kant, FOUNDATIONS OF THE METAPHYSICS OF MORALS G. W. F. Hegel, Introduction to THE PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY Mary Shelley, FRANKENSTEIN: OR, THE MODERN PROMETHEUS or Friedrich Schleiermacher, ON RELIGION (excerpts) Gustave Flaubert, MADAME BOVARY George Eliot, THE LIFTED VEIL Robert Tucker, ed., THE MARX-ENGELS READER (excerpts) Émile Durkheim, SUICIDE (excerpts) J. S. Mill, ON THE SUBJECTION OF WOMEN Alexis de Tocqueville, THE OLD REGIME AND THE FRENCH REVOLUTION Friedrich Nietzsche, THE GAY SCIENCE (excerpts)

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