Module 1 Discussion-Prehistoric Culture.pdf - Module 1 Discussion Prehistoric Culture Author\u2019s Note Please don\u2019t plagiarize.This discussion earned

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Module 1 Discussion: Prehistoric Culture Author’s Note: Please don’t plagiarize.This discussion earned me a 39/40 with Professor Briere. My advice is to use the Library Commons rather than searching Google for sources. Go to your myFSCJ and then on the right bar where you usually click for Canvas, scroll down to “Learning Commons.” The prompt is: How persuaded are you by the argument that most or all of prehistoric art was created for religious reasons primarily? Use three pieces of art from this week’s lecture (i.e., learning Unit) to take a stand on either side of this position. Religious ceremonies are a key component to human development. Though we tend to think of modern life as completely separate from the days of ritualistic ceremonies to usher in a harvest, we still perform passage ceremonies meant to symbolize higher concepts, like birth and death: For example, birthdays and funerals. Neither ritual requires one be religious or superstitions — (one can believe life ends at death, but still want to have a service to "say goodbye” to a loved one, although logically they know they’ve already passed on, because they know the ritual will bring them a chance to reflect and find closure). Personal reflection is the goal of spirituality and religion, whether it be through prayer, meditation, or performing a ritualistic

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