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    From art all the way to artistic expression; including music, painting, and writing, Realism displayed the tiredness all the way to cultural enthusiasm of the symbolic American/European background and the days of everyday people at home. American Realism came about because of the widespread economic, political, and social changes that happened in American society during and after the Civil War. The idea of realism was influenced by the Civil War which ended slavery, the industrial revolution where

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    Realism and Neo-Realism

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    relations theory is that of classical realism. Surprisingly though classical realism was not sensationalized in the international relations arena until World War II despite its existence in fifth-century Athens. Many great philosophers such as Thucydides, Machiavelli and Hobbes developed the basics of classical realism and in 1948 Hans J. Morgenthau made the great leap into contemporizing classical realism theory with his six principles of political realism, the basics placing the state as the central

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    Realism and Naturalism

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    Realism and Naturalism In Music and Art As intellectual and artistic movements 19th-Century Realism and Naturalism are both responses to Romanticism but are not really comparable to it in scope or influence.     For one thing, "realism" is not a term strictly applicable to music. There are verismo (realistic) operas like Umberto Giordano's Andrea Chénier created in the last decade of the 19th century in Italy, but it is their plots rather than their music which can be said to participate in the movement

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    The Realism Era

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    The realism era is one of the most over looked time frames for literature during the last 5 centuries. In the mid 1800s through the mid 1900s some of the most famous authors and novels arose. During the realist era, literature took a turn, around 1820 the romantic era changed, and the progress of this new era began. Realism was different from the romantic era because realism narrates the literary works through an objective, unbiased perspective (Realism 654). In fact the narrator is not a character

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    Realism And Romanticism

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    Realism is one of the many styles of theater. But it is also one of the most important ones as well. It started something that had not been done prior to it. This report will analyze the realism movement with Neoclassical movement and Romanticism. Realism essentially focused on telling life how it was regardless if it was bad or good. It didn’t sugarcoat things or overplay anything. Everything was shown in its natural state. Romanticism on the other hand was very different. It glorified reality into

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    constructivism and realism. When compared, these theories are different in many ways and argue on a range of topics. The topics include the role of the individual and the use of empirical data or science to explain rationally. They also have different ideological approaches to political structure, political groups, and the idea that international relations are in an environment of anarchy. To fully appreciate these differences and arguments, realism and constructivism must be defined briefly. Realism can be

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    Realism and The Prince

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    after my close reading of the book, I think it is also a handbook for realists. All three obvious features of the book--- empirical methods, the emphasis on power and the view of evil human nature--- correspond with the assumptions and theories of Realism just well. Machiavelli is evidently a true realist.

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    Realism

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    Steven Trinh 4/19/2013 Truong Tran PHIL 110 Realism The way my philosophical mindset works derives from the ideologies of realism. It always has and always will. Reason being, I was raised by a very uptight family that views life as it is and accepts it. They don’t really wish or imagine possibilities better than it is. I’ve come to learn that realism is the more optimum direction to take in philosophy. In my past experiences, I’ve come to make predictions in certain scenarios with a realistic

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    Romanticism And Realism

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    certain feeling or quality. Because of this influence, movements are created. The flow from one era to another is sometimes very minimal in change and other times very drastic, depending on the changes in the era. The transition from Romanticism to realism is a great example of how there are many reasons for a transition in creative movements, and there are many instances that display this change in the works of art and literature we’ve evaluated in class. Romanticism dominated most of the first half

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    Surrealism And Realism

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    Realism is defined as “The faithful Representation of reality or verisimilitude, meaning the quality of appearing to be true or real. Realism is a literary technique in which one question if something is realistic or fiction. “In American literature, the term “Realism” encompasses the period of time from the civil war to the turn of the century. Realism was a movement that encompasses the entire country. In general Realism is a literary movement that attempts to discover life. Realism is the quality

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