Humanities 1A Final Exam Study Terms 2009

Humanities 1A Final Exam Study Terms 2009 - Lyric poetry...

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Humanities 1A, Fall 2009 Rostankowski Final Exam Study Terms Please use the following to prepare to explain the terms listed below. Be sure also to review your midterm exam from earlier this semester, and your slide lists from the art lectures to assist you in preparing for your final examination. Treasury of Atreus Good/pleasure Socrates Plato Aristotle Unmoved Mover Doctrine of the mean (balance) Sophists Four cardinal virtues Forms Form matter Virtue Vice Reality (Plato) Actuality Archaic Greek sculpture Hellenistic sculpture Roman sculpture Four styles of Roman wall painting Cynicism Scepticism Stoicism Hedonism Epicureanism Sappho Roman Architecture 3 Greek tragedians Antigone Main Greek and Roman deities Dido Pax Romana Thucydides Pericles Athenian democracy Tyrant Irony Yahweh Gaia Ovid Theodicy
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Unformatted text preview: Lyric poetry Carpe diem Aeneid Catullus Odyssey Etruscan Sculpture Aeneas Virgil Isocrates and other rhetoricians Four causes and examples Pre-Socratic Cosmologists Hemlock Ideal state Ideal Soul Weakness of will (akrasia) The Good (Plato) The good life (Aristotle) Act/potency Reality (Aristotle) Formal cause Material cause Efficient cause Final cause Post and lintel construction Arch and vault construction Justice Temperance Courage Wisdom Aristophanes Epictetus Allegory of the cave Ring of Gyges Marc Anthony Cicero Rhetoric Dialectic Simile/metaphor Romulus and Remus Academics Delian League Peloponnesian war Peripatetics Job Minoan and Mycenean civilization Three Fates Eumenides Paidaeia Homer Moses Metamorphoses...
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