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Humanity 111 Term Project Section18
1. Why might one argue that the Epic of Gilgamesh and the Iliad are more than anything, about
death? How does the concept of death crucially impact characterization or a major theme in
QUIZ 2/ GILGAMESH
1.Who has been turned into a dwarf by the goddess Ishtar? What is the significance of that episode?
2.What could you say about Ishtar on the basis of the tablet 6? What does she present?
3. Identify who is speaking and
Cultures, Civilizations, and Ideas: Antiquity
HUMN 111 is a reading course in ancient and classical civilizations. The
majority of texts we will be reading are from classical Greek authors and will
introduce us to th
Immortality is ancient desire of humanbeings. Being immortal is important for ancient people
as well as modern humanbeings. David(28) is a succesful master student in a university history
department. He is obsessed about immortality an
Essay#1 Final Draft
Essay Promt:Is music inherently political or not? Why is that position (yes or no) useful and/or not
useful for the exploration and understanding of the political through contemporary
Fatma Tue Arkan
Essay question: According to Hobbes, why is the silence of law necessary for
the liberty of subjects? Explain and expand why he gives such a statement. Then
argue for or against the rightness o
There are views and ides that will preserve their freshness for a long time.
Hobbes has those kind of views. Today his views are still being discussed. In this paper
his ideas will be compared to two politician
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. The state has to protect its citizens against tobacco, alcohol and drugs, just like it is obliged to
protect them against crimes, from theft to terrorism."
President Recep Tayyip Erdoan (Feb 9, 2016, reported by Daily Sabah)
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High and Low Art, and High and Low Audiences
Author(s): Ted Cohen
Source: The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Vol. 57, No. 2, Aesthetics and Popular
Culture (Spring, 1999), pp. 137-143
Published by: Wiley on behalf of American Society for Aesthet
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Hume's Standard of Taste: The Real Problem
Author(s): Jerrold Levinson
Source: The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Vol. 60, No. 3 (Summer, 2002), pp. 227-238
Published by: Wiley on behalf of American Society for Aesthetics
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A Social Critique of the Judgement of Taste
by Pierre Bourdieu
You said it, my good knight! There ought to be laws to
protect the body of acquired knowledge.
Take one of our good pupils, for example: modes
Look at the dried dung!
If I had said 'Look at the sunset!' would you have asked 'What for?'?
People view sunsets aesthetically. Sunsets are customary objects of
aesthetic attention. So are trees rocks wildflowers cloud