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Eras Philosophers Thesis/important works True, False, Correct! Throwbacks!
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Allegiance transferred from religion -> science
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Allegiance transferred from religion -> science
Scientific Revolution
Uncertainty, Unrest, and the centralization of Christianity
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Uncertainty, Unrest, and the centralization of Christianity
Middle Ages (Dark ages)
Religious pluralism, origin of protestant religion, 'The king's great matter'
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Religious pluralism, origin of protestant religion, 'The king's great matter'
The Reformation
Secularism, individualism, liberation of senses!
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Secularism, individualism, liberation of senses!
The Renaissance
Age of reason and intellectual exploration.
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Age of reason and intellectual exploration.
The Enlightenment
water is the single universal principal
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water is the single universal principal
Thales (625-546 BCE)
'To comprehend the world mathematically leads to spiritual illumination''
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'To comprehend the world mathematically leads to spiritual illumination''
Pythagoras (570-546 BCE)
Father of Botany and ecology, Medical qualities of herbs.
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Father of Botany and ecology, Medical qualities of herbs.
Theophrastus (372-287 BCE)
Philosophical Dualism, Transcendent entities
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Philosophical Dualism, Transcendent entities
Plato (427-347 BCE)
Laughing Philosopher, Nature as teacher, Things are composed of atoms.
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Laughing Philosopher, Nature as teacher, Things are composed of atoms.
Democritus (460-371 BCE)
'Redefinition of Property rights is imminent'
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'Redefinition of Property rights is imminent'
Bromely's Thesis 'Rousseau's Revenge'
Bubonic Plague was different from the black death
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Bubonic Plague was different from the black death
Cohen's Thesis
'Political action should be free from moral consideration'
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'Political action should be free from moral consideration'
'The Prince' Niccolo Machiavelli
'Christianity is the source of our environmental attitudes and values'
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'Christianity is the source of our environmental attitudes and values'
White's Thesis 'Historical Roots'
Crisis is the presence of anomalies and/or contradictions. (Blaut's purpose for multiple books!)
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Crisis is the presence of anomalies and/or contradictions. (Blaut's purpose for multiple books!)
Kuhn's Seminal Work
Social Ownership is a system where land [isn't] owned, and [Neighbors] control laws affecting the community's land.
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Social Ownership is a system where land [isn't] owned, and [Neighbors] control laws affecting the community's land.
False! Social ownership is a system where land [is] owned, [government] controls laws affecting the community's land.
The [Renaissance] in [England] gave rise to William Shakespeare's plays modeling timeless [Human Behavior]
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The [Renaissance] in [England] gave rise to William Shakespeare's plays modeling timeless [Human Behavior]
True!
Copernicus presented the [geocentric] model which was the opposite of Aristotle's [later] [Heliocentric] Model
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Copernicus presented the [geocentric] model which was the opposite of Aristotle's [later] [Heliocentric] Model
False! Copernicus presented the [Heliocentric model which was the opposite of Aristotle's [earlier] [geocentric] model.
The Magna Carta of [1300] limited the arbitrary will of [King Henry] and [was] an important movement towards democracy.
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The Magna Carta of [1300] limited the arbitrary will of [King Henry] and [was] an important movement towards democracy.
False! The Magna Carta of [1215] limited the arbitrary will of [King John] and [was not] a movement towards democracy.
The 3 Fundamental Components of Christianity are [Despotic], [Stewardship], and [Unity]
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The 3 Fundamental Components of Christianity are [Despotic], [Stewardship], and [Unity]
False! The 3 fundamental components of Christianity are [Dualism], [Hierarchy], and [Designed creation]
'Practice of Extracting tribute, a percentage of which is retained by the elite.'
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'Practice of Extracting tribute, a percentage of which is retained by the elite.'
Kleptocracy
Name the 5 most immediate proximate factors in figure 4.1.
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Name the 5 most immediate proximate factors in figure 4.1.
1. horses 2. guns, steel swords 3. Ocean going ships 4. Political organization and writing 5. Epidemic diseases
Give the 4 proximate factors affecting the use and adopting of technology.
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Give the 4 proximate factors affecting the use and adopting of technology.
1. Economic advantage 2. Social Value 3. Compatibility with vested interests 4. Ease of observation
Name the 3 of the 4 roles of religion.
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Name the 3 of the 4 roles of religion.
1. Understand the world 2. interact with others 3. Justify central authority 4. Motivate action
6 Arguments supporting the European Miracle? (remember? its split into 2 types, 3 in each)
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6 Arguments supporting the European Miracle? (remember? its split into 2 types, 3 in each)
Noncultural: 1. Biological 2. Demographic 3. Environmental Cultural: 4. Rationality 5. Technology 6. Society
On the paper we provide, Correctly label the unit 2 timeline WITHOUT NOTES!
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On the paper we provide, Correctly label the unit 2 timeline WITHOUT NOTES!
1. Domestication of Plants, fertile crescent 2. Food Production 3. Classical Greece 4. Christianity in Rome 5. Fall of Rome 6. Middle ages begins 7. Magna Carta 8. Black Death 9. Renaissance 10. Printing press 11. Reformation 12. Collision of cultures at Cajamarca 13. Scientific Revolution 14. Enlightenment




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