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Arts and Humanities
History of Philosophy
Global Studies I Test (High Middle Ages)
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How did the magna Carta come about in England?
Henry II's successors started a war with France, which they lost. In 1214 they were defeated by France and in 1215 the Magna Carta was signed.
Discuss the interactions between pope Gregory VII and king Henry IV and its importance for the future history of the Middle Ages.
It started with Henry IV being unhappy about losing power to appoint bishops. He had multiple German princes and bishops declare independence from Gregory. Because of this, Gregory excommunicated Henry as well as his subjects. In 1077, Henry prostrated himself outside of Gregory's castle. Gregory re established Henry but excommunicated him again in 1080. In 1084 Henry installs his own pope.
What did pope Gregory VII do for the authority of the Papacy? How did Pope Innocent III take papal authority even further?
Gregory made it a secular domination while Innocent taxed them and started the crusades.
In what way was Francis of Assisi a rare light spot during the dark history of the crusades?
Everybody else was greedy and just wanted money but Francis of Assisi just wanted to share the Gospel.
In what way was pope Innocent III the inspiration behind the later Inquisition?
Everything Pope Innocent did inspired the people, the crusaders were against people who didn't believe in Jesus.
What three ways do we see "order and excellence" in France during Louis' reign?
1.) Abolished serfdom
2.) Abolished private wars
3.)Allowed his knights to go tot higher courts.
What were three or so factors for why Germany remained divided and without a strong centralized government?
Feudalism strengthened German government, Kings can't get land, other King promised the princes the throne, the king lives outside of the land.
How were the Islamic empire and the Byzantine Empire responsible for Western universities? Explain the irony of this.
They made it possible for Aristotle's teachings to be circulated and would translate it.
Explain Anselm's phrase "faith seeking understanding" and it's implications for the Christian worldview.
We do not strive to understand God or learn about him until we are saved. Salvation leads us to having a desire to understand him there understanding of God flows from having faith in God.
Name one of the "Five Ways" arguments for God's existence (outline the argument that you named.)
Argument from Possibility and Necessity: Every being is a contingent being that at some time did not exist. There might have been a time where no things existed which means that there would have been no thing that could bring the current things into existence unless there was a greater being (God) that could have existed for eternity and created the current things that exist now.
What is Scholasticism? What are its positives and what are its negatives?
Negative- They would get bored with it (how many angels can fit on the tip of this pen), They weren't discovering anything new.
Positives-Learning more about history, What they knew was being organized.
What was Anselm's view of the atonement? How did it connect to the atonement with the doctrine of Christ's incarnation?
Man owes an infinite debt that we cannot pay off so Jesus became a man and paid it for us so that the honor of God would be restored.
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