Mirandola's interpretation of why God created Adam is basically correct from a biblical perspective. Ture/False
Artists and philosophers during the Italian Renaissance understood clearly that one cannot be both a christian and a humanist at the the same time. True/false
The renaissance can be defined as a great cultural movement that produced which of the following?
Artistic trasformation/Scientific Revolution
The greatest works of Renaissance art come from the period of the High Renaissance (1475 to 1525) True/False
We see numerous examples of portrait painting among the artists of the middle ages. True/False
The newness of classical themes was one of the things that attracted Renaissance painters. True/False
Which Renaissance artist that we studied painted a sweeping depiction of the great figures of classical civilization?
which renaissance painter that we studied flattered his patrons by putting them in a biblical scene?
In his sculpture of moses, Michaelangelo tried to capture the "dramatic moment" when Moses confronted Pharoh in Egypt. True/false
Shakespeare provides a good example of the emergence of the modern concept of the individual in the northern renaissance. true/false
The reformation was essentially a distinct movement with little connection to renaissance culture. true/false
In Principle, martin luther did not object to the sale of indulgences by the catholic church. true/false
The cultural values of thrift, industry and hard work are directionly pelated to the protestant reformation. true/false
The renaissance in northern europe was more secular and humanistic than the renaissance in Italy. true/false
The concept of individuality emerges both in the northern renaissance and italian renaissance. true/false
one of the key ideas of the reformation is summed up in the phrase. "sola scriptura" true/false
In england during the reformation, the break with the catholic church was motivated by political reasons. true/false
you try three oranges out of a bag of ten and all three are sour. you conclude therefore, that the rest of the oranges are sour.
during the modern age, the new science has developed from a method of scientific inquiry into an entire philosophy of life. true/false
the textbook suggests that the seventeenth-century is one of the easier centuries for us to understand and analyze. true/false
The scientific revolution helped bring about a new way of looking at the world in purely material terms. true/false
Voltaire was a great french writer and intellectual who defended christianity against the attacks of skeptics and rationalists. true/false
The impact of the enlightenment was largely confined to european culture and had little impact on the developement of american culture. true/false
the terms "age of reason" and "neoclassical period" both refer to the culture of the 18th century. true/false
According to the textbook, which enlightenment figure had the greatest influence on how the institutions of modern western culture have developed?
The enlightenment philosophers believed that mandind was capable of social perfection. ture/ false
it was commonly believe by the 18th-century philosphers that tradition is the foundation of truth. true/false
Modern political liberalism shares its underlying view of man with the philosophy of Jean-jacques Rousseau. true/false
by the end of the nineteenth century, materialism, and secularism had produced a widespread pessimism about the future of western culture . true/false
which of the following is presented in chapter 23 as an important background to the emphasis on realism and material in nineteenth century culture?
The "columbian exchange"
The enourmous transfer of ideas and goods between old and new world. Crops and animals, pathogens, capitalist economics, slavery.
How "classical music" embodies and expresses the values of 18th century culture
Rational, order and balance
Three key beliefs of the enlightenment
1. Reason and Science is the foundation of truth
2. Man is naturally good
3. Man can comprehend and unify knowledge through reason
Similar ways Marx and darwin expressed materialism
1. We are products of our environment
2. the belief in human progress
key example of materialism in architecture
crystal palace, eiffel tower, brooklyn bridge, home insurance building
The idea of progress
The belief that history moves in the direction of contineous material developement and the bettering of the human condition