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A general understanding of this topic relies on the context of the times, which was the 19th century, the subsequent era after the Enlightenment (dating from the publication of Hobbes’ in 1792).
Ambivalent 19th century thinkers such as Hegel, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, Marx, Darwin and Dostoyevski abandoned the myth of the intellectual progressivism, because of the corrosive effects of rationalism, yet they retained faith in life.
The idealist might insist that the Enlightenment isn’t without its virtues – that it freed civilization from the shackles of the church, and unleashed a new age of man.
However, the result is merely a new election, a new ideology.
Some basic issues of China It is significant to note China's human rights enlightenment dating back to the 1970s is not the product of external driving forces as some scholars believe.This irreversible transformational process is a modern expression of the ancient Vedic Science of Enlightenment dating back to ten thousand years.Can you imagine what your life would be if you had the breakthrough needed to create an extraordinary life now? Thousands are discovering a phenomenon of quantum awakening.In essence, the origin and maturity of human rights awareness among the overwhelming majority is the corollary following the transformation from citizen consciousness to civic awareness, thanks to the expansion of market economy.Put another way, the advent of China's human rights enlightenment and construction in itself is an endogenous product instead of the outcome of the oppression and inducement from external pressure.
The results of the 19th century thought was a composite of both the dominant optimism, the result of the growth of industry and democracy, and an emerging pessimism due to the failure of rationalism in social change, whether solutions to the problems of society was possible at all.