Class notes lecture 1
- God appointed Moses as a prophet.
- Led the Jews out of slavery in Europe.
- Moses climbed Mt. Sinai, where he learned of Gods covenant with
the ancient Jews.
- The covenant was also known as the Ten Commandments.
An example of two cartoon
Barbarians were people who lived outside of the empire. They
did not speak the respected language, which was Greek and then
The barbarians running
from the Roman so
Question 1 of 33
According to Perelman, the New Rhetoric is a theory of
Answer Key: B
Question 2 of 33
Perelman theorized this type of audience in order to transcend the l
European Map Quiz and History outline
Bodies of Water:
Class notes lecture 7
Olympe de Gouge
Wrote The Declaration of the Rights of Woman and Citizen,
which was a reworking of The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
to include political rights for women as well.
Declaration of the Rights of Man:
Class notes lecture 6
1) Observation of natural phenomenon.
2) Formulation of a hypothesis that could explain the natural phenomenon
3) Design, construction, and the conduction of an experiment that tests the
Class notes lecture 5
Pope Julius II:
Warrior Pope, Did not care about religion.
Only cared about war and art
Good politician, good qualities, brave
Time of the protestant reformation
Pope Alexander VI:
1453-1503, Part of the Borgia Family
Accused of murd
Class notes lecture 4
Disciple of Socrates, 428 347 B.C.
Developed the concept of the Universe of Ideal Forms
Felt that humans cannot find truth through their senses.
Believed humans could reach a higher spiritual plane through
philosophy and ethic
Class notes lecture 3
Ruler of the island of Ithaca.
Led the Greeks in the wooden horse into the city of Troy.
The Greeks defeated the Trojans, and began the 10 yr. journey home back
to his kingdom of Ithaca.
Poseidon makes the journey home very
Writing Assignment #1
The popularity of sporting events has grown tremendously since the
creation of the Greek Olympic games, and Roman Gladiatorial shows. Despite
the fact that both the Olympic games and Gladiatorial shows were no