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Into to Humanities v1
Terms in this set (25)
A Greek statue of a nude male body
The Ancient Greeks borrowed theirs from the ancient Phoenician
A building device used by the ancient Roman's to construct large scale buildings and monuments
Greek philosopher who wrote "the Republic"
A philosophical approach to government that seeks "Do the most good for the most people"
Wrote "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"
The theory of evolution, as described in "On the Origin of Species"
The emphasis on human potential and ability, physically, mentally, and creatively.
A reoccurring example or model of human behavior
A myth that is embraced by a majority of people throughout history
A novel that critiques the idea that this is the best of all possible worlds
An interest in or study of the Classical world's ideas and themes
Term for brotherly, selfless love
Renaissance painter and sculptor famous for the Sistine Chapel ceiling and the statue of David
It was a major artistic invention in the Realist period
The use of humor and laughter as a tool of social or political criticism
It developed in ancient Greece, and underlies the modern Scientific Method
He broke with the Catholic Church to fund the Lutheran Church during the Protestant Reformation
Refers to romantic or sexual love
An art and architecture style that uses the forms of plants, flowers, and vines
An experience of beauty that is its own justification
The belief that God exists, but is not involved in the affairs of humanity
She wrote "The Awakening" Novel about a rebellious woman who defies social norms
A representative form of government with separation of powers used in ancient Rome
The ancient Greek form of government wherein popular vote ruled
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