Explain the significance of the following:
1. Communards
2. "social gospel"
3. natural selection
4. impressionism
5. agnosticism
6. expressionism
7. papal infallibility
8. cubism
9. mutation hypothesis
10. behaviorism
11. realists
12. psychoanalysis
Match the event in column I with the date in column II. Click the Key for the proper answer.
1. Marx's Capital
A. 1871
2. Pope Paul IX's Syllabus of Errors
B. 1889
3. Darwin's Origin of Species
C. 1864
4. Paris Commune
D. 1864
5. International Workingmen's Association founded
E. 1859
6. Founding of the Second International
F. 1867
1. Advocate of terrorism to overthrow the state, which he regarded as the manifestation of supreme evil.
2. Vigorous defender of Darwin against religious critics.
3. Famous playwright, identified with a group of moderate socialists.
4. Dramatist in rebellion against the tyranny of conventional middle-class society.
5. Anthropologist who produced arguments to support cultural "relativism".
6. Painter of The Starry Night.
7. Laid foundation for expressionist movement in painting.
8. German parliamentarian who believed socialism could be achieved through gradual reform.
9. Opponent of materialism, whose Syllabus of Errorsproduced widespread controversy.
10. One of Russia's greatest novelists, champion of the simple life, and opponent of social and political evils.
11. English philosopher, exponent of extreme individualism and of revolutionary theory, leader of the Social Darwinists.
12. Author of Reflections on Violence which expounded doctrine of the general strike.
13. Russian poet who shifted from romanticism to realism.
14. Discoverer of the condition reflex.

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