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Salon The French salon , a product of The Enlightenment in the early 18th century, was a key institution in which women played a central role. Salons provided a place for women and men to congregate for intellectual discourse. 2. English Garden Asymetrical. “Raw” “Crude” “organic” “Spontaneous” “Meandering paths” 3. Inductive Reasoning Using inductive reasoning , a researcher first gathers and analyzes data, then constructs a theory to explain her findings. 4. Deductive reasoning l ogical process in which a conclusion is based on the concordance of multiple premises that are generally assumed to be true 5. Geocentric relating to, measured from, or as if observed from the earth's center. 6. Satire a technique employed by writers to expose and criticize foolishness and corruption of an individual or a society, by using humor, irony , exaggeration, or ridicule 7. Fetes Galant Fête galante is a French term used to describe a type of painting which first came to prominence with Antoine Watteau, whose reception piece at the Academy of 1717, 'The Embarkation for the Island of Cythera', was described as representing 'une fête galante'. 8. Natural Law refers to the use of reason to analyze human nature to deduce binding rules of moral behavior from nature's or God's creation of reality and mankind. 9. Deism/Deist “the religion of nature” was a form of rational theology that emerged among “freethinking” Europeans in the 17th and 18th centuries. ... For Deists God was a benevolent, if distant, creator whose revelation was nature and human reason. 10. Laissez Faire Many Social Darwinists embraced laissez - faire capitalism and racism 11. Dissonance An example of dissonance is when two musical notes are not in harmony. 12. Motif One of the most exciting techniques used by narrative writers is the careful weaving of a central element - or motif - throughout a story. This can be an object, a sound, an expression, a setting, or a sentiment. Often, motifs spring to life through the use of repeated imagery or language.
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13. Score Score , notation, in manuscript or printed form, of a musical work, probably so called from the vertical scoring lines that connect successive related staves. A score may contain the single part for a solo work or the many parts that make up an orchestral or ensemble composition. 14. Overture an orchestral piece at the beginning of an opera, suite, play, oratorio, or other extended composition.
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