A Midsummer Night's Dream Philosophical Analysis

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Philosophical approach on the play A Midsummer Night’s Dream Submitted to: Prof. Eliezer V. David Submitted by: Jan MarveManaligod KristianDacara Bryan RonhellTangonan MarckRacell Diego BSME-2C Philosophy is the study of the theoretical basis of a particular branch of knowledge or experience. In every story there is a philosophy. It is the way of the author to show the moral lesson of the play. Romanticism is a movement in the arts and literature that originated in the late 18th century, emphasizing inspiration, subjectivity, and the primacy of the individual. Idealism is the practice of forming or pursuing ideals, especially unrealistically. Idealism can be seen in every one of us. It is natural for us to have this kind of philosophy.…show more content…
In romanticism the scene that we can relate is the scene where Theseus and Hippolyta are getting married, because it shows romance. Marriage is a very romantic and sacred ceremony where two people are giving their love for each other for the rest of their lives. In idealism we can relate the scene where Queen Titania fell in love with Nick Bottom because of the potion presented by Robin. We related this scene to this philosophy because it shows the fantasy world where Queen Titania is in, because she fell in love with Nick Bottom caused by the potion. The love of Queen Titania is not real and it is just caused by the potion. We also relate the scene where Robin turns Nick’s head to a Donkey. It is a fantasy, because Nick thinks that he is still himself, but others see his huge donkey head. We can relate the scene to where King Oberon ordered Robin to give the potion to Queen Titania to fell inlove with Nick Bottom to the philosophy paroxysm. King Oberon was drove by his extreme emotion that’s why he was able to command Robin. He really didn’t mean to make everything worse, he was just trying to teach his Queen a

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