Professor J. Holt
28 April 2016
Justice According to Aristotle and Plato
Justice is a vital concept for both Plato and Aristotle to construct the best city. Although
Aristotle is known as Platos best student, their views on philos
Professor J. Holt
06 May 2016
Tyranny: The Worst Possible Form of Government
Plato and Aristotle both developed and discussed important themes concerning government and politics. While Aristotle believes that aristocracy is the be
February 9, 2015
Why Nile River Is Important For Ancient Egyptians.
How the Nile River shaped the society of Ancient Egypt is a question that has
always been reviewed over time. So imagine if you had to depend on
Name of the student:
Name of the institution:
Thomas Hobbess school of thought was both social and political based. His thinking was
aimed at how human live together in peace and avoid danger and fear of civil
April 1, 2105
Ancient Greece Olympics Games
In 776 B.C., a new era began for athletes. The first Olympic game was held in
Olympia, Greece. The Olympic games we have today are only part of what the first
Ami Maniyar (0322905)
The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky
The idiot is a novel authored by Fyodor Dostoevsky and first published in the year 1869.
Later, the novel has had more publication in 1957 and 2011.
Important Terms and Names
dating system: B.C. (before [the birth of] Christ) and A.D. (Anno Domini in
the year of our Lord)
Book title: The Humanities: Cultural Roots and Continuities
Important Terms and Names
Nineteenth Century Modernization:
Industrial Revolution/New Social Thought
Industrial Revolution definition, and its two aspects:
1. technological (difference between science and technology)
a. fuel + iron + steam engine
Assignment 1 Final Draft
In the story with Noah he put his faith in God and was rewarded greatly. It seemed the story
with Enlil the gods were more violent and forceful. Also, Enlil was the one to bring to th
First draft paper 4
While reading Aladdin and Sundiata and comprehending their stories and all the elements
that take place it is clear to see some similarities between the two but more
Writing Assignment 3
When reading book 6 of Aeneid, Virgil talks about the journey to the underworld. The
underworld is relatable to the belief of hell in Christianity. Some similarities are establish
When the United States decided to move their military in on Afghanistan it cause a rise
out of citizens on both sides of the war. One of the main reasons for the United States moving in
Around 4000 BCE - civilization on the Yellow River, Northeastern region of present day
China; later called central plain.
Culture in central plain evolved in ways that paralleled Middle East and Greece during
Roman Western Tradition
- They created stable, efficient political institutions that have been admired and
emulated for centuries.
- They created the most influential secular legal system in the history of the world.
- They were masters of
Help me to play catch up. Briefly answer the following questions and submit to
me next week, February
some of these Q & As will be on test #1.
What a coincidence. Feel free to work in groups or alone to complete
Take your time answering the questions, do not leave out answers, and make sure you look at both
sides of each page. Questions are worth 1.65 pts. each.
First, fill in the blanks.
Your teacher needs your help. He is reviewing his notes and realizes there
to write your name & don't leave any questiBn. unanswered,
2 points each
1. The belief in a mechanistic (like a watch) universe fashioned by a Creator who leaves
after creating it is called
Realism -industrialization -imperialism -colonialism
Colonialism -countries owning countries.
Dominant country takes advantage of subordinate countries
Make countries sell things
Take things from countries at a cheap rate.
John Stuart Mills - M
Romantic View of Nature
One of the central features of nineteenth-century romanticism was its love affair with
nature and the natural.
The romantics generally reacted against the artificiality of Enlightenment culture and the
dismal effects of
Protest and Reform: the Waning of the Old Order
The Temper of Reform: The impact of technology
Johannez Gutenburg +perfected a printing press that made it possible to fabricate books
more cheaply, more rapidly, and in greater numbers than eve
- Punished for searching for knowledge.
Fredrick Douglas, Sojourner Truth, and Nat Turner were Abolitionist; men and women
that crusaded against the institution of slavery.
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" (Stowe) slaves rebelled mounted out
do so would be to assume the role of God.
Describe the slave trade from the
perspective of Olaudah Equiano's,
travels? Equiano, Olaudah (1745-1797),
slave and spiritual autobiographer, creator of
the slave narrative genre, and abolitionist
Civilizations 2 -Test #1 Study Guide
.9viicfd'fe lges, fR.~naissance,-otestant fR.iformation,
Catliofic Counter fR.~formation, jI6sofutism eZ rrFie
1. How did the following Middle Ages' events shape the Renaissance period: the
The Rise of Culture
Prehistoric- people, who lived before the time of writing and so recorded history, drew on
walls of caves.
It is even possible that art may have been made earlier than 30,000 years ago, perhaps as
The Aegean World and the Rise of Greece
The Aegean Sea
Islands in the Aegean Sea in the eastern Mediterranean.
Seafaring cultures took hold in 3000 BCE.
Islands of Cylades, Crete, and Mycenae.
Group of more than 100 islands in the A
The Stability of Ancient Egypt
The Nile could be said to have made Egypt possible. Without the Nile, there would be
only barren desert. No Nile, no Egypt.
As a result of the Nile's annual floods, Egypt called itself Kemet meaning "Black Land".
Mesopotamia the land between Tigris and Eurphrates rivers.
Sumer is a small region in the south of Mesopotamia (Iraq).
City-states -government based in urban centers . ~the Mesopotamian basin that
controlled neighboring regions; also an indepe
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NEW JERSEY CITY UNIVERSITY
Quiz # 1
I. Multiple Choice
'i- The _
is understood geographically as cultural tradition that began in Mesopotamia,
moved into the Mediterranean basin, crossed into Western Europe
Quiz # 2
I. Multiple Choice
1. The Roman c~re originated from are the Greek and the -a. Egyptian
2. He was a Roman poet who wrote the Aeneid, an ep~oem inspired by the Greeks.