The Age of the "Isms"

Match the items on the right with the items on the left:
This English philosopher was a forceful proponent in the fight for government intervention in social reform.
This reaction and opposition to revolution emphasized the necessity of preserving the state and maintaining social stability.
This realist author wrote about the real life experiences of the people of his time, rather than focusing on romantic ideals and heroes.
In the 19th century, a group of people argued that the "natural superiority" of some races justified colonialism This group used the principle of "natural selection."
This movement emphasized feelings, intuition, and non-rational aspects of the human being. It was a revolt against the "Age of Reason."
This utilitarian believed that laws should be judged based on social use or whether or not the laws provided "the greatest good for the greatest number of people."
The revival of the Scientific Revolution idea that science defines reality and establishes patterns for everything else.
Karl Marx along with Friedrich Engels wrote this work which contained Marx's belief that there was scientific evidence for the history of class struggle.
This conservative thinker believed in ordered change and criticized misgovernment and corruption through his literary works.
This view was an assumption that the people of one nation were superior to others, and therefore entitled to dominate "inferior" peoples.
This artist used bright, light colors on large canvases and began to paint the impression he received from the scene he was observing.
A reaction to the social consequences of economic liberalism such as the miserable living conditions of factory workers.
During the Romantic Period, this musician helped to make folk songs part of musical expression.
This scientist reasoned that society could be studied in a scientific manner. His positivism helped students of society understand the laws of social development.
Workers of the world, Unite! You have nothing to lose but your chains, was stated by this "Scientific Socialist".
A belief that humanity was capable of improving itself through faith in science and gradual progress.
This social scientist used the term "survival of the fittest" to describe his belief that nations must struggle to survive.
This French socialist was disillusioned by the failure of the socialist revolts in 1848.
The artists of this movement painted what they saw at first glance and they attempted to capture visual sensations such as the way sunlight falls on inanimate objects.
The necessity of having a nation-state and the superiority of the German Volkgeist were all part of this nationalists views.
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