GCHC1016 European Culture since the Enlightenment

European culture since the Enlightenment seems to be a very important part of knowledge for any European studies or Government and International Studies students. The course takes its starting point at the Enlightenment and marches through historical events and/or remarkable work to demonstrate the development of human history. I particularly enjoy the parts of bourgeosie by Tocqueville, social contract theory by Locke and reading the Manifesto of the Communist Party. These are everyday practical values and handy knowledge for any university students. Dr. Fan responded very kindly to our feedback by providing further guidelines for readings.

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Year 1 student from Arts