Romanticism Essay | Romantisicsm Vs. Rationalism in American Literature

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Romantisicsm Vs. Rationalism in American Literature

Summary: Romantiscism versus Rationalism in order to find Truth in American Literature.
Romanticism and rationalism are by definition very different. The first, romanticism, developed in part as a reaction to rationalistic thoughts and ideas, the original method to find "truth" in life. Rationalistic feelings started out with a plain, factual and methodical way to approach a problem and to obtain a valid and logical solution. The romantic point of view was developed as a sort of rebellious cause against rationalism, for those that had a different approach to truth. Rationalism, however, is always a good first choice since it saves you the pondering and time of romanticism. In general, however, it is better to have a good balance between the two ways of finding Truth. Starting off with rationalism will help you centralize the problem or conflict you have with yourself or something else and then adding romanticism will help you find out the solid answer...

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