Book 2, Chapter 6 Book 3, Chapter 2
Book 2, Chapter 6
After Augustine finishes grade school, he gets ready to leave for Carthage which his
father managed to raise money for. Augustine is happy his father is trying to educated
Dantes Inferno: Canto 3
Dante and Virgil stop to look in awe at the Hellgate, on which words like "ABANDON EVERY HOPE, [YOU]
WHO ENTER HERE" appear.
There is more to the inscription, which describes the origins of Hell how it was made by "Jus
- job: god has unlimited power
- job: anthropomorphic; God is
-makes covenants directly with
- floods the world
- not referred to/mentioned in the
- no vision of th
Divine Comedy Study Questions
1. What was Virgils occupation? When and where did he live?
2. Where did Virgil tell Dante that joy and its beginning could be found?
3. Name the creatures that Dante finds in the woods.
4. Which creature was the mos
READING QUESTIONS FOR DANTE'S INFERNO
1 Which beast forced Dante to retreat from the hill?
2 How is this beast described?
3 What did the greyhound come to save?
4 Who urged Virgil to help Dante?
5 According to Beatrice, what do we fear?
6 Who is the "grac
Reading Guide for William of Orange
1. What praiseworthy acts will we learn about here? Why are these actions good?
2. What does William have, and what is he lacking? What does William seem to value?
3. What qualities make Orange an attractive target for
OUT-OF-CLASS ESSAY PLANNING GUIDE
How to pick your sources:
*- Decide which works share a common theme
- Decide which is more interestinglikenesses or differences.
Coming up with ideas:
I '- Brainstorm
- Play with/try out different ideas. Your rst ideas a
THE HUMANITIES IN THE WESTERN TRADITION GENERAL CRITERIA FOR
GRADING ESSAY QUESTIONS
IN ADDITION TO GOOD USE OF GRAMMAR AND SPELLING, AN "A" ESSAY HAS
*A meaningful introduction
*A clear organization, with good connections between paragraphs
*A complete a
Planning GuidemComparisonIContrast Paper
Comparisonlcontrast is a form of analysis, in other words, a way of exploring similarities or
differences far a reason. (BecauSe l have to write this paper is not sufcient reason.)
For instance, there would" be lit
Socrates (c. 470 399 BCE), Athenian Citizen who fought in the early stages of the Peloponnesian war,
married, had two sons.
(Teacher of PLATO) Oracle of Apollo at Delphi said he was the wisest man.
Spends much of his life trying to find someone wiser than
5th Century mosaic piece are called: Tessarae
No single standing statue for 1,000 years in Christianity (churches, Christian symbolism), in an attempt to
prevent worshipping graven images.
Classe, Ravenna, Italy (CA 533-549):
Sant Apollinare (church), bel
1086 (Catholic term that means Universal Church), Western Church is the Roman Catholic Church.
Eastern Church is the Orthodox Church.
Jewish and Muslim minorities throughout the world.
Shallowness of beliefs? People begin to worship Mary. Not
Origins of Drama:
all men actors
no more than 3 actors on stage at one time
No scene backdrop (you imagine all that)
NO VIOLENCE On Stage EVER! IF someone is to die, they will die off set.
A lot of the plots revolved around the relationshi
* Babylonian Star Worship = People had lives mapped out. Believed in Fate.
With the Polis gone, the philosophies and religions helped to comfort the people.
Hellenistic cities were planned on a grid system and included city
Lecture 15: Roman Palestine and the Life of Jesus
-(Finishing Judaism and moving into Christianity)
Judaism in the First Century BCE
Divisions within Judaism:
- Sadducees (High Priest/Temple Caretakers/Upper Class in Religion & Society
They Accept the Tor
Political Evolution (Rome):
* Patricians (Higher Socio-economic Class)
- Senate (elected and has political power, ELITE members of society)
- Consul (Always 2, elected together each year) Administrative, Legislative, and Judicial power dur
Reading & Theses: Exam 1
Themes, Important Context
Immortality/Mortality, Enkidu, Humbaba, Story Telling, 1 st Discovery of Literature,
Intro Section, Nature of Humans, Demi-Gods, Society and Law
_Trojan Way, Achilles Rage, Nature of Gre
Religious authority and secular authority (a tail of two swords).
Heirachy is natural. King Does NOT have divine right that comes later!
Charlys grandsons were fighting over whose portion of inheritance was BEST!
Vassalage: A system of mutual obligations
Judaism (Lecture 14):
Judaism is a religion, but also the history of particular people.
Both religion and history is based on a book, later adopted by Christianity and Islam.
Many books, various genres (many parts which dealt with Law, Prophets, & Writing
A secondaor text is a work written about the primary text N K Sanders for instance wrote an
introduction (seCondary text) to The Epic of GI! games/1 '
W: y read a primary text? By reading the original source of information less stands between the '-
This guide is an ideal toward which writers may strive. You may modify the order of the
steps or the method as suits your writing practice This advice is designed as a formula
or process by which students might Improve their writing. Writin
- I STUDENT Rasmusmm GUIDELINES
EXPECTATIONS FOR STUDENTS
The following are offered as guidelines to help you understand what 13 expected of you as at I' -
University undergraduate student. Following them will not guarantee success, but ignonng-
Epistemology : What is
The sky is blue.
Stealing is wrong.
Dreams are meaningful.
Paths to Truth
- Seeks answers through ritual and revelation
- assumes presence and intervention of