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Midterm review, Greece, Rome, Renaissance, Enlightenment, Augustine

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Department
English
Course
E 232
Professor
Sean Waters
Semester
Fall

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30 October Ancient Greece (650 BCE – 300 BCE) Pre-Socratics Socrates Plato Aristotle Reason, order, moderation Rome (300 – 450), Christianity (150 – 1550) and Medieval Age (150 – 1400) Christianity – Augustine Medieval Age – Dante, romance Sacred and secular Renaissance (1400 – 1616) Montaigne Shakespeare Da Vinci Michelangelo “Brave New World” Genius of humanity Merges Christianity and classics Enlightenment (1616 – 1800) Reason and science Beginning of the modern age Bacon Copernicus Galileo Newton Locke Smith Descartes Romantic Age (1800 – 1900) Modern Age (1915 – present) Augustine’s epistemology Plato driving force behind his thinking Worried about soul and God God reveals knowledge Human reasons makes sense of it Scripture Inner experience Faith and belief Shame and guilt Scientists – knowledge is from facts Empirical senses/collaboration World becomes machine with impersonal mechanical la
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