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Unformatted text preview: October 24, 2007 M ED I EVAL AND RENAISSANCE T HOUGHT I. Medieval education a. Early Medieval Education b. The University c. Scholasticism I I. The Renaissance a. What, when why? b. Key Ideas c. Key Figured I. Medieval Education a. Early Medieval Education i. Monks would copy and preserve written works ii. Lost original Greek and classical Latin texts iii. Created more schools and promoted education iv. Education was supported by political stability, the growth of trade, and the urbanization of Europe v. Crusades were a major cultural watershed vi. 2 kinds of schools: monastic and cathedral schools (the latter trained the clergy in Latin) 1. Became popular in major cities with the youth 2. Grammar, rhetoric, logic, astronomy, arithmetic, music, and geometry (the 7 liberal arts) 3. 3 degrees: law, medicine, philosophy/theology b. The University i. The 3 doctoral degrees grew into Universities ii. By the 1200s, there were multiple universities across Europe c. Scholasticism i. Bernard of Clairvaux t ried to solve the problems of flawed logic in...
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course HIST 151 taught by Professor Hunziker during the Spring '07 term at UNC.
- Spring '07