Tutor profile: Antonio R.
When we look at the colonization in America, it's cleary the influence of the philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau related to the native people. He is known for his conception of the "good savage". Briefly describe what this term means, and its consequences for the colonization.
The myth of the good savage has its origin in the work of the Franco-Swiss philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau and consists of the thesis that the human being was pure and innocent in his natural state, being the society responsible for instilling in him values and habits that would lead him to the conflict and problems that in Rousseau's view marked society. With regard to the native peoples of America, this concept helped to create the idea that they were innocent and fragile people, and that their incorporation into society was something they wanted, making colonization a quick process.
Subject: World History
Why the 1920s are usually described as the roaring twenties?
Roaring Twenties is a term sometimes used to refer to the 1920s as a period of cultural effervescence in New York, Chicago, Paris, Berlin, London, and many other major cities, during a time of sustained economic prosperity. Economically, the period is marked by the widespread the use of automobiles, telephones, films and electricity, unprecedented industrial growth, an accelerated increase in consumer demand and significant changes in the lifestyle and culture of the time.
Subject: Art History
Consider the Medieval Architecture, and after analyzing the given images, explain the differences between the Romanesque and Gothic style.
The Romanesque style predominated in Europe between the 11th and 13th centuries and was seen in Catholic churches, while the Gothic style predominated in Europe in the 14th century and was seen mainly in cathedrals. While in the Romanesque style the arch was round and had thick walls, in the Gothic style the arches were ribbed and the walls were sculpted. While in the Romanesque style the windows were narrow openings and with dark interiors, in the Gothic style the windows were large and wide and had dark interiors. In the Romanesque, it had massive and large pillars, while in the Gothic it had brightly colored stained glass.
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