• Criminal Justice
    the relation of faith to reason, the existence and unity of God, the object of theology and metaphysics, the problems of knowledge, of universals, and of individuation. In a 250 to 500 words, compare the similarities and differences between the ancient and the Hellenistic, medieval, and early...
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  • Athenian Democracy
    Prehistoric to Hellenistic Times. New York & London, Yale University, 2000. McEvedy, Colin. The New Penguin Atlas of Ancient History. London, England, Penguin Books, 1967. - - - The New Penguin Atlas of Medieval History. London, England, Penguin Books, no publication No publication date. Oliphant...
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  • Role of Women in Society
    demanding in Ancient Rome and getting more freedom. The status of a women in the ancient world are very difficult, and more so in Rome where theory and practice were so far apart. The Roman men placed their marriage, home and the family very high value and this was a difference in society on how women...
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  • The Art of Paligomy
    important in Athenian democracy. The history of philosophy is customarily divided into six periods: Ancient philosophy, Medieval philosophy, Renaissance philosophy, Early and Late Modern philosophy and Contemporary philosophy. [edit] Ancient philosophy (c. 600 BCE–c. 500 CE) AristotleMain...
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  • Greek Education V.S Roman Education
    Similarities and Differences: Ancient Greece vs. Ancient Rome Many qualities of the Ancient Roman civilization were undoubtedly borrowed from their predecessors of the Greek culture (Bonner 1). Roman education, however, is only a reflection of the Greek education system. Ancient Roman...
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  • Philosophy
    . ------------------------------------------------- History Eastern philosophy  is organized by the chronological periods of each region. Historians of western philosophy usually divide the subject into three or more periods, the most important being ancient philosophy, medieval philosophy, and modern philosophy. Ancient...
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  • Philosophy
    usually divide it into three or more periods the most important being ancient philosophy, medieval philosophy, and modern philosophy.[8] [edit] Ancient philosophy (c. 600 BC–c. AD 400)Main article: Ancient philosophy Aristotle PlatoAncient philosophy is the philosophy of the Graeco-Roman world...
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  • Modern Greek Literature
    essay On the customs and lore of modern Greece in comparison with those of ancient Greece. Late 19th - Early 20th century literature (1880 - 1930) Emmanuel Roidis (1836 - 1904), distinguished cosmopolitan writer and great stylist of katharevousa, became famous at the age of thirty, following the...
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  • Philosophy
    philosophy 2.1.1 Egypt and Babylon 2.1.2 Ancient Chinese 2.1.3 Ancient Graeco-Roman 2.1.4 Ancient Indian 2.1.5 Ancient Persian 2.2 5th–16th centuries 2.2.1 Europe 2.2.1.1 Medieval 2.2.1.2 Renaissance 2.2.2 East Asia 2.2.3 India 2.2.4 Middle East 2.3 17th–20th centuries 2.3.1 Early modern...
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  • Islamic Mathematics
    Tusi-couple showed that linear motion could also be produced by applying circular motions only.[106] Unlike the ancient Greek and Hellenistic astronomers who were not concerned with the coherence between the mathematical and physical principles of a planetary theory, Islamic astronomers insisted on...
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  • Greek Literature
    readers there are excellent modern translations of classical Greek literature. Most are available in paperback editions. HELLENISTIC-ROMAN PERIOD By 338 BC all of the Greek city-states except Sparta had been conquered by Philip II of Macedon. Greece was not independent again until the early...
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  • Wiki Philosp
    For other uses, see Philosophy (disambiguation). Philosophy (Plato, Confucius, Avicenna) Branches[show] Aesthetics · Epistemology Ethics · Logic · Metaphysics Social philosophy Political philosophy Eras[show] Ancient · Medieval Modern · Contemporary Traditions[show] Analytic...
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  • Intro to Physiognomy
    , therefore, not only relevant for understanding an ancient Jewish sect, it also sheds new light on different aspects of Hellenistic-Early Roman period Judaism in general. See e.g. F. Mébarki and É. Puech (eds.), Les Manuscrits de la mer Morte (Rodez: Rouergue, 2002); F. García Martínez and E. Tigchelaar...
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  • Wester Culture
    the 17th century to the early 20th century. The Modern Era Coming into the modern era, the historical context of the East-West contrast is the opposition of Christendom to the Islamic world, in the Medieval to Early Modern period, which following the European Age of Reason in the 18th and 19th...
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  • Babilonian Civilization
    fall in two distinct groups: one from the Old Babylonian period (1830-1531 BC), the other mainlySeleucid from the last three or four centuries B.C. In respect of content there is scarcely any difference between the two groups of texts. Thus Babylonian mathematics remained constant, in character and...
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  • Biography of Socrates, Plato, & Aristotle
    Bell Curve. Another theme in Plato's writing is the distinction between knowledge and true belief. From this problems, ideas, and arguments arose which continue to be debated by modern philosophers. Unlike most modern writers, Plato argued that the main difference between knowledge and true belief...
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  • Philosophy
    similarities. I will then discuss a few important differences in their theories of knowledge (namely the distinction between rationalism and empiricism and the question of the existence of innate ideas). Finally, I will consider the more subtle distinction between the Cartesian and Lockean accounts of...
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  • Greeks
    ".[90] Karl Kerenyi, one of the founders of modern studies in Greek mythology, gave up his early views of myth, in order to apply Jung's theories of archetypes to Greek myth.[91] Origin theories See also: Similarities between Roman, Greek, and Etruscan mythologies Jupiter et Thétis by Jean...
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  • Non Sense
    culture of Ancient Rome. Long after the Western Roman Empire had fallen, the Latin language continued to play a central role in Western European civilization. Latin literature is conventionally divided into distinct periods. Few works remain of early and old Latin; among these few surviving works...
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  • Branches of Philosophy
    the word "sophist" (from sophoi), which was used to describe "wise men", teachers of rhetoric, who were important in Athenian democracy. The history of philosophy is customarily divided into six periods: Ancient philosophy, Medieval philosophy, Renaissance philosophy, Early and Late Modern...
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