CH 19 terms

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CH 19 terms
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  1. Napoleon Bonaparte
    The French king that rose to power after the French Revolution. He is known for France's rise in power and took over Italy and attempted Russia.
  2. The Consulate
    This was the government that ended the French Revolution that had dissolved at the start of the Napoleonic Empire.
  3. Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord
    The foreign minister to Napoleon and stated in the accusation of duke of Eighen that was taken innocent by Napoleon to be worse than crime
  4. Treaty of Tilsit
    Confirmed French gains against Prussia and lost half of their territory as a result.
  5. Austerlitz
    The place? where Napoleon defeated the combined forces of Austrian and Russian troops
  6. Prince Klemens von Metternich
    Foreign Minister of the Austrian Empire and put on a mission to form a deteente with France
  7. Congress of Vienna
    After Napoleons removal a council was brought together in Vienna to fix the remaining problems in France. mainly wanted to ensure that one nation could not completely control Europe.
  8. The Hundred Days
    The return of Napoleon to France after a weak power stuggle with the armies and the people preferring his rule. However was once again exiled and left on an island till death.
  9. Quadruple Alliance
    An alliance re birthed from the Congress of Vienna consisting of England, Austria, Prussia, and Russia. A coalation for maintaining peace over France.
  10. Romanticism
    an intellectual movement throughout Europe. A reaction against the thoughts in the Enlightenment.
  11. Sturm und Drang
    Storm and stress movement which rejected the influence of French Rationalism on German Literature.
  12. Emile
    A novel by Jean Jacques Rousseau. Discussed on how the individual could develop to lead a good and happy life uncorrupted by society.
  13. Categorical imperative
    Refers to the inner command to act in every situation as one would have all other people always act in the same situation
  14. William Wordsworth
    Published Lyrical Ballads a manifesto of the new poetry that rejected the rules of eighteenth century criticism.
  15. Johann Wolfgang con Goethe
    Toward above German writers, Defies easy classification. His literary production fit the spectrum of romance but condemned romantic excesses.
  16. John Constable
    Landscape painter was conservative toward the church and conveyed so through his paintings. idealized rural life.
  17. Methodism
    originated in the middle of the eigteenth century as a revolt against deism and rationalism in the church of england. A variation of christiantity that was brought to power and created methodist societies.
  18. Johann Gottfried Herder
    Resented French cultural dominance in Germany and  published an influential essay that rejected the explanation of mechanical nature.
  19. George Willhelm Friedrich Hegel
    Complicated and signifigant philosopher Hegel believed ideas develop in an evolutionary fashion that involves conflict
  20. Thomas Carlyle
    attributed new, positive qualities to Muhammad himself. Carlyle disliked the Enlightenment disparagement of religion and spiritual values