History | West European Intellectual History
B303 | 11998 | Douglas


Above class open to undergraduates and Education MA's only
Above class meets with WEUR-W401

This course is a survey of modern European intellectual history from
the French Revolution to the present. Readings include:
Montesquieu, “The Persian Letters”; Fourier, “Selections”;
Nietzsche, “Beyond Good and Evil,” “On the Genealogy of
Morals,” “Nietzsche contre Wagner”; Ortega y Gasset, “The Revolt of
the Masses”; Levi-Strauss, “Tristes Tropiques: The Savage Mind”;
Barthes, “Sade Fourier, Loyola”; Freud, “Beyond the Pleasure
Principle”; and Foucault, “Selections.”