HIGH MIDDLE AGES
By: Shaquille Wager Telling Of Tales English 603-102-MQ To: Brian Llewellyn-ap-Dafydd
Table of content pg1 Producing pg3 Scholasticism pg5 British isles cont. Pg6 Scandinavian pg7 Scandinavian pg9 Agriculture pg11 Religion pg13 Crusades cont. pg15 Image of the crusades pg17 Peter Waldo pg19 Trade and commerce pg20 Trade route pg21 Educations pg22 Universities pg24 Inventions pg25 Literature Pg27 Music pg26 Literature cont. pg28 Citation pg18 Picture of Waldo pg16 Heresy Pg14 Catholic faith pg12 Crusades pg10 Graph pg8 France and Germany pg4 British isles pg2 Philosophy
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The high middle ages was an important era for Europe for it contain many different works that would change Europe forever. the time period of the high middle ages also included the rediscoveries of Aristotle work. Aristotle was a Greek philosopher , a student of Plato and the teacher to Alexander the great. The recovery of his work would forever more influence thinkers of the high middle ages to Develop new philosophy. The High Middle Ages produced many different forms of intellectual, spiritual and artistic works. This age saw the rise ofethnocentrism, which evolved later into modern civic nationalisms in most of Europe and the ascent of the great Italian city-states, rise and fall of Al-Andalus. The rediscovery of the works of Aristotle led Thomas Aquinas and other thinkers to develop the philosophy of Scholasticism. In architecture, many of the most notable Gothic cathedrals were built or completed during this era.
This is a statue representation of Aristotle one of the main thinkers of Greece and a great influence on philosophy of the high middle ages.
The philosophy of scholasticism was taught in medieval European universities. This philosophy was the conjunction of of faith and reason. It was the idea of understanding more about faith and giving reason behind traditional beliefs. Scholasticism would effect the way of teaching in ways we can still see today.
Scholasticism, philosophy and theology of Western Christendom in the Middle Ages. Virtually all medieval philosophers of any significance were theologians, and their philosophy is generally embodied in their
theological writings. There were numerous scholastic philosophies in the Middle Ages, but basic to all scholastic thought was the conjunction of faith and reason. For the greatest of the scholastics, this meant the use of reason to deepen the understanding of what is believed on faith and ultimately to give a rational content to faith. It was in the course of applying reason to faith that medieval thinkers developed and taught important philosophical ideas not directly related to theology.
The title of this peace: Deutsch: Liber ethicorum des Henricus de Alemannia, Einzelblatt, Szene: Henricus de Alemannia vor seinen Schülern. It is an image of 14 century school painted by Laurentius de Voltolina. th
The history of the British isles where periods of competition and cooperation between the people who live in various parts of Great Britain, Ireland and smaller islands which make up the British Isles. Many important battle and alliances happened in the high middle ages.
In 1066,William , duke of Normandy invaded England, claiming that he was the rightful heir to the throne, and defeated King Harold II at the battle of Hastings. Proclaiming himself to be King William I, he set about solidifying his regime by appointing Normans to many of the positions of high authority, building a system of castles across the country and ordering a census of his new kingdom, the Domesday book. Likewise, Scotland...
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