STUDENTS--Greece%2c%20Rome%2c%20Christianity

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The Classical Mind Ancient Greece and Rome
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Ancient Greek Philosophy Wonder at the nature of things Seeking Wisdom in order to escape ignorance Common fears Commonly explained using supernatural reasons
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Where is LIFE? Between 4000 B.C. and 800 B.C. this is a main debate Chest – respiration God breathes life into Adam Chest – heart 3400 B.C. mind is in heart = locus of life and seat of intellectual function importance of BLOOD 4000 B.C. 3400 B.C. 800 B.C.
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What is LIFE? Life force Movement Mental life Understanding Spirit lives beyond death psyche
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Free soul vs. Body soul Free soul Psyche Body souls Menos motivation Thymos feelings, emotions Noös intelligence
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Rise of Naturalism City of Miletus in Ionia now known as Southwestern Turkey Naturalism Explanations of the without reference to supernatural forces Three basic questions posed 600 B.C.
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What is the fundamental nature of reality? 600 B.C. 550 B.C. 500 B.C. 450 B.C. 400 B.C.
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How do we know the world ? Xenophanes (c. 530 B.C. ) – Relativism Parmenides : (c. 500 B.C.) : Rationalism Heraclitus (c. 500 B.C. ) : Sensation & reason
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