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Plato Aristotle Socrates etc
The main idea of the CWC readings
Talks about nonviolence, just, and unjust laws.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
if you continue to be disobediant then see what happens- warning
Jesus was man and Christ is seperate. There was once a time where Christ did not exist. wisdom caused the two men to emerge.
talks about Martyrdom, brave, and happy martyrs.
Martyrdom of Perpetua
Explains the similarities of Christians to all humans. It relates the Christians to the world as the soul to the body, and how Christians relate to the world.
Letter to Diognetus
speaker wielding power in negotiation of another city, talks about how Athenians are versitile.
Pick it up and read it, pick it up and read it.
Security of the state is essential
Many gods and are led by Zeus
Prisoners, shadows, full truth
Plato's "Allegory of the cave"
Formal statement of beliefs
owe a debt of gratitude to the state- so the state should come before parents and family
Reason should control spirit and desire
Plato's "The three parts of the soul"
virtues are developed through practice and habit.
Aristotle's "Nicomachean Ethics"
Evil one tempting so give in to flesh
Life of St. Anthony
war should be waged only as a necessity
Augustine's "Letter to Count Boniface"
Rejection of Greco/Roman philosophy and that it has no place in christianity
assembly of priests
Mission completed so Cincinnatus resigned after 15 days
we proceed to treat animals- study around us.
Aristotle's "Parts of Animals"
Principles of God's covenant with His chosen people
two cities- love self, love God
Augustine's "City of God"
: jewish response to hellenizaiton and the desecration of the temple
: 2nd c. BC
H.S. last period of independence in Israel until after WWI.
: a Greek philosopher who taught Plato
when:4th/5th c. BC
H.S. sentenced to death because misleading the youth. all knowledge inside just need to call it forward.
: a philosopher who taught Alexander the Great and was taught by Plato
: 4th c. BC
H.S. created the Doctrine of the Mean, and have to examine individual objects to learn about them.
: a Greek Philosopher who taught Aristotle
: 4th c. BC
H.S. tripartite soul, ideal forms- shadows
: a tradgedy writer who wrote the Illiad and the Odessey.
: 8th c. BC
H.S. greek idealized past- educational texts for greek males.
: a philosophical school that believed the good life is freedom from emotional turmoil and freedom from worry
: group of philosophical teachers that believed in self-improvement through the study of behavior- what will happen will happen
Alexander the Great
: king of Macedonia that conquered the majority of the persian empire.
when:4th c. BC
where:Macedonia and persian empire
H.S. spread Hellenization to where he conquered.
: city state
: all citizens eligible to participate in assembly
: 5th c. BC
H.S. only 15% of population citizens - athenian men
: elected officials
: 1-5th c BC
who:a leader in Athens that said that everyone is equal before the law
: 5th c. BC
: 1st Roman Emperor who started the Roman Empire.
: 1st c. AD
H.S. started the Roman Empire and laid the foundations for a 1500 year empire.
: time where Rome had Emperors in the post Republic time.
: 1st c. AD to 5th c AD
Doctrine of the Mean
: a book symbolism and guidance for protecting one's self - virtue is the mean between deficiency and excess.
: 4th c BC (Aristotle)
who: christian apologist who saw the son in the trinity as below the father.