4. Religion and Science

4. Religion and Science - History 395 Junior Writing...

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9/12/2011 1 History 395 Junior Writing Seminar: Sovereign Nations of the Southwest Call Out Monday September 19th 6:00 pm UNIV 119 Federally recognized Native American nations are sovereign entities located within the physical boundaries of the United States. This course investigates the meaning and implementation of sovereignty on reservations in the southwestern region of the United States. Through the course we will learn about modern Native American governments, societies and their lands. Among the topics: judicial systems, education, healthcare, gender, governance and environmental issues. The highlight of the course will be a Spring Break trip to reservations in Arizona and New Mexico where we will meet with tribal leaders, visit sacred and historic sites, learn about casinos and their impact on reservations, visits with NA Purdue alumni and much more. Tentative reservations include: Navajo Nation, Acoma Pueblo, Pueblo of Zuni, Gila River, Havasupai, Tohono O’Odham reservations. Religion and Science Christianity, Islam, Neo Confucianism 1450-1750 Objectives Explore the early modern roots of modern tension between religion and science Examine the Reformation movements in Europe and their significance and why that movement was limited in other parts of the world. Explore the implications of the Scientific Revolution for world societies. Explore the religious change to include religious movements in China, India, and the Islamic world.
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9/12/2011 2 Key Terms Council of Trent Jesuits/ Society of Jesus Luther, Martin Protestant Reformation Thirty Years’ War Condorcet and the idea of progress Copernicus, Nicolaus Darwin, Charles Deism European Enlightenment Galilei, Galileo Newton, Isaac Scientific Revolution Voltaire Bhakti Jesuits in China Ricci, Matteo Sikhism Jihad of the word and Jihad of the sword Outline I. Fragmentation of Western Christendom II. Expansion and Renewal in the Islamic World III. Birth of Modern Science IV. Why Europe? V. Confucian Tradition and New Cultural Influences A. Neo-Confucianism B. Popular Culture C. The Return of Christianity to China I. Fragmentation of Western Christendom Martin Luther (1483-1546)
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9/12/2011 3 Review: Martin Luther What religious practices did he attack? What reform did he call for? What specific changes? The Protestant Reformation Reformation in England: Henry VIII
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9/12/2011 4 Discussion How do you explain than an isolated monk’s protestations became a national and international movement? The Catholic Reformation
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