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Maslow And Revolutions

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A look at the nostalgic view of revolutions and the romantic views they invoked

A look at the nostalgic view of revolutions and the romantic views they invoked

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  • 1. Maslow’s Hierarchy the needs of Man…
  • 2. A Nation's Strength by Ralph Waldo Emerson (Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1803-1882, was originally a Unitarian minister who left the ministry to have a career in writing, public speaking. He encouraged independent thinking. He was a well-known American author, poet, philosopher.)
    • What makes a nation's pillars high And it's foundations strong? What makes it mighty to defy The foes that round it throng?
    • It is not gold. Its kingdoms grand Go down in battle shock; Its shafts are laid on sinking sand, Not on abiding rock.
    • Is it the sword? Ask the red dust Of empires passed away; The blood has turned their stones to rust, Their glory to decay.
    • And is it pride? Ah, that bright crown Has seemed to nations sweet; But God has struck its luster down In ashes at his feet.
    • Not gold but only men can make A people great and strong; Men who for truth and honor's sake Stand fast and suffer long.
    • Brave men who work while others sleep, Who dare while others fly... They build a nation's pillars deep And lift them to the sky.
  • 3. Emily Dickinson - Revolution is the Pod
    • Revolution is the Pod
    • Systems rattle from When the Winds of Will are stirred
    • Excellent is Bloom
    • But except its Russet Base Every Summer be
    • The Entomber of itself
    • So of Liberty -- Left inactive on the Stalk All its Purple fled
    • Revolution shakes it for Test if it be dead.
  • 4. Remember, Remember…
    • Remember remember the fifth of November Gunpowder, treason and plot. I see no reason why gunpowder, treason Should ever be forgot...
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  • 6. Some questions to think about…
    • Where does love/romanticism fall?
    • Where does Revolution fall?
    • Base your answers on where you think Maslow would put them on the human needs hierarchy .

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