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Copyright 2001, Sean William Doyle The Humanities An Overview
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Copyright 2001, Sean William Doyle The Greek Etymology of the Humanities “Paideia” (Greek) - The Classical Greek  system of education and training which  came to include gymnastics, grammar,  rhetoric, poetry, music, mathematics,  geography, natural history, astronomy  and the physical sciences, history of  society and ethics, and philosophy.
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Copyright 2001, Sean William Doyle The Roman Etymology of the Humanities “Humanitas” (Latin) - Cicero’s  translation of the Greek word “Paideia”;  a liberal education founded on the  classics. The Greco-Roman educational systems  served as the basis for the medieval  curriculum of the seven liberal arts.
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Copyright 2001, Sean William Doyle The Medieval Etymology of the Humanities The medieval seven liberal arts were: Trivium Grammar Rhetoric Dialectic (Logic) Quadrivium Arithmetic Geometry Music Astronomy
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