How Poetry can Change Your and Other People's Life: Reading Romantic and Post-Romantic Anglo-Saxon Authors

By Benjamin Bâcle.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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An exploration of anglo-saxon romanticism and post-romanticism to find other ways of thinking Humanity, Society and Politics.

Keywords: The “Mechanisation” of Society, What are the Essential Things in Life ?, The Living Universe, Poetry, Culture and Art, Hope, Man being Responsible for Man, Is a Silent Revolution Possible ?

International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 4, pp.163-172. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.805MB).

Mr Benjamin Bâcle

After having studied Law in the University of Lille 2, I decided to return to what had first motivated my choice of studying Law, the theoretical political and social questions. My preferences brought me to the Political Thought of some Anglo-Saxon authors, like John Stuart Mill and Edmund Burke, both of which I worked on in the early 2000's, and then to the romantic and post-romantic writers, which Political Idealism I work now on in my doctorate studies. Eager to teach, I have been given the chance to do it at Aston University, and I really enjoy the job as well as the friendly environment.


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