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There is a saying, I heard from my father a long time ago, that the development of man resembles the development of society: the infant resembles the Renaissance, the young person corresponds to the Age of Enlightenment and later to Romanticism, and finally a more mature person that of modern society.
I have used it in birthday speeches with some success, but I don't see any source for this observation on a Google search.
Where would he have seen or heard about that?