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Pro Tip: The answers for this section are found in MindEdge Module 3.16. The first one has been completed for you below as an example.Contemporary ExampleRenaissance InfluenceDescribe examples of how Renaissance ideas appear in the modern world. “The Renaissance Man”This is a multi-talented person who excels in many areas at once, like Leonardo da Vinci.Science & The Scientific MethodThe Liberal Arts in Education16
MODULE 4 STUDY GUIDE: The Neoclassical & Enlightenment PeriodOverview: The Neoclassical & Enlightenment Period and The Renaissance are separated by a period of extreme religious devotion known as Baroque Period. The Neoclassical Period rebelled against the Baroque’s faith and mystery, and instead demanded facts and rational solutions for human problems. During this period, both the American & French Revolutions took place, aided by the period’s push for equality and reason.Themes of the The Neoclassical & Enlightenment PeriodThemes 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 4.05, reword it in terms you can remember, and then record that to the right of each theme. Pro Tip: The first one has been completed for you below as an example.ThemeDefinitionSkepticismThis is a philosophical approach in which conclusions can only be reached through reason, not prejudice.RationalismEmpiricismOrderDeismClassicismDisciplines in The Neoclassical & Enlightenment PeriodDisciplines 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.17
DisciplineEach discipline’s MindEdge
DescriptionHow would you describe this discipline during this period?Which theme (or themes) helped shape the discipline?What new ideas or inventions were introducedto the discipline then?Connected ThemesInnovationsReligion
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TheaterArtArchitectureMusicMajor Works in The Neoclassical & Enlightenment PeriodIn much the same way that the Renaissance revived interest in the Classical era, the Neoclassical & 19

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