European Thought and Culture

European Thought and Culture in the 19th and 20th Centuries

24 Audio Lectures on European Thought and Culture in the 19th and 20th Centuries by Dr. Lloyd Kramer, the Dean E. Smith Distinguished Term Professor of History at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

These lectures provide an opportunity to explore the major thinkers, intellectual movements and historic challenges that shaped the mind of Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries.

 

The-Origins-of-20th-Century-European-Thought
What is Intellectual History?
Universities-Cities-and-the-Modern-Culture-Industry.
The Scientific Origins of the Enlightenment
Naturalism-in-Fin-de-Siecle-Literature.
The Emergence of the Modern Intellectual
The-New-Avant-Garde-Literary-Culture.
Cultural Meaning of The French Revolution.
Rethinking-the-Scientific-Tradition.
The-Emergence-of-Modern-Art.
Emile-Durkheim-and-French-Social-Thought.
Max-Weber-and-the-New-German-Sociology.
The-Great-War-and-Cultural-Pessimism.
Sigmund-Freud-and-Psychoanalytic-Theory.
Freud-Jung-and-the-Constraints-of-Civilized-Life.
The-Continental-Novel-Proust-Kafka-Mann.

 

Science and Its Literary Critics

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