Term definition humanities the creative and

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one has been completed for you below as an example.Term Definition Humanities The creative and intellectual achievements of humankind.Themes Classicism Agape Individualism Revolution Eros Epic Archetype Monomyth Humanism Myths
4 Beauty Aesthetic experience Music Religion Literature Theatre Dance Architecture Philosophy Confucianism Buddhism “The arts and humanities define who we are as a people. That is their power – to remind us of what we each have to offer, and what we all have in common. To help us understand our history and imagine our future. To give us hope in the moments of struggle and to bring us together when nothing else will.” -First Lady Michelle Obama
5 MODULE 2 STUDY GUIDE: The Classical Period Overview:Module 2 explores the ancient Greek & Roman civilizations, which form the basis of Western culture today. Both cultures broke new ground in art, language, science, and politics. By learning about what Greece & Rome contributed to the world we know today, we can better understand both where we have been and where we are going, culturally. Themes of the Classical Period Themes are the major focuses of civilization in a given period, as seen in art, philosophy, politics, literature, etc. These larger ideas shape and influence the different disciplines in the humanities throughout this course. For each theme, find its definition on Module Page 2.05, reword it in terms you can remember, and then record that to the right of each theme.Pro Tip:Try to aim for a sentence or less per definition. The first one has been completed for you below as an example. Theme Definition Humanism Humanism celebrates human achievements and talent, and encourages people to become their best. Truth/Reason Democracy Republic Polytheism Balance “Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work.” -Aristotle, Greek philosopher, c. 384 – 322 BC
6 Disciplines in the Classical Period Disciplines are the different areas of the humanities in this period. The Objective Assessment will ask you to know this period’s disciplines, describe them, and connect each one to the theme(s) that shape it. Finally, you’ll need to know if a new idea was introduced in each discipline.Pro Tip:Be as straightforward in filling these out as possible, using keywords or up to one sentence. The first one has been completed for you below as an example. Discipline

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