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20 th Century Humanities. Early 20 th Century – New Directions Move from –Romanticism –Naturalism –Rationalism –Nationalism Move to –Social response –Experimentation.

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1 20 th Century Humanities

2 Early 20 th Century – New Directions Move from –Romanticism –Naturalism –Rationalism –Nationalism Move to –Social response –Experimentation –Emotion & Will –Skepticism –Industrialism

3 Early 20 th Century Freud, Jung, Adler Cezanne Pound, Joyce Plank, Einstein Bergson, Whitehead Mott, Barth Picasso, Braque,Duchamp Kavka, Camus Sullivan, Wright

4 1920s International Style Whitehead Moody Strauss Warfield Bauhaus Husserl Barth Dali Kagawa Gershwin

5 Heidegger Dasein Chronos/Kairos Alethia Logos

6 1930s Unamuno Hooper Gandhi O’Keeffe Ellington – world wide depression – move toward WWII

7 1940s Huxley Faulkner Beckett Bergman Pollock Mears Ockenga Sartre Marcel Niebuhr Eliot U.N. Declaration of Human Rights

8 Parallels the U. S. Declaration of Independence Signed by virtually all countries on earth Focuses on individual vs. states rights Generally follows a democratic philosophy 30 points of agreement

9 World Population

10 1950s G. E. Moore B. F. Skinner Carl Henry Billy Graham Bill Bright National Education Association National Association of Evangelicals Hitchcock Segal Lewis Tolkien

11 1960s Liberalism in Education Civil Rights Environmental Issues John Kennedy Martin Luther King, Jr Saarinen Moon landing War Protest Drugs The Jesus Movement Charismatic Movement Vatican II

12 Late 20 th Century Philosophy Rawls Rorty Plantinga Putnam

13 Late 20 th Century Religion Bright Rahner Pannenberg Pinnock Erickson EFMA Berlin Congress Chicago Statement John Paul II

14 Late 20 th Century Literature Alice Walker Anne Sexton Mariso Escobar Octavio Paz Sean Heaney Szymborska

15 Late 20 th Century Arts Stella Johns Warhol Gehry Shostakovich Jackson Madonna Lucas, Spielberg

16 World Population

17 World Population

18 21 th Century Humanities Move to Social response –brings mass focus on economics Move to Experimentation –brings billions of options Move to Emotion & Will –brings open choices Move to Skepticism –brings lonliness


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