Romanticism Vs. Romanticism : Modernism And Romanticism

1050 Words Dec 5th, 2016 5 Pages
As our world evolve to a more civilize period, peoples ideology of the world are also evolving, which helps structure the civilization in a certain way. Civilians slowly became more aware of life problems, as a result, they put effort to find peace through the work of art. Some people might question, How can that solve daily life issues or what does it take to better the society? Well, the Europeans had adapted the Neoclassicism and Romanticism form of art belief, in order to find the answers that they were always looking for. Neoclassicism is the principal of logically viewing life in a mathematics and rational level, especially when it comes to solving worldly issues and it’s expressed through art and literature. However, Romanticism believe in the beauty of art, faith, and rely on intense emotions for judgement. Firstly, the society took on the Neoclassicism belief, which was a harsher period due to the fact of people dealing with situations that involved excluding humanly emotions, such as, pity, fear, and pain. Then 100 years later more people decided to adapt to the Romanticism system because it seems fairer. Even though, Neoclassicism and Romanticism were both followed work of art that had an impact on the societies outlook of life, there are many differences in the way the two systems portray the world. Both, work of art was created to help spectate life in a clearer view, which is shown through the poems “From Epistle 2. Of the Nature and State of Man with…
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