CSTU 101 Quiz 3

CSTU 101 Quiz 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Which one of these did the Greeks consider the most important of the Arts?
  2. Which two words describe the Greeks?
  3. The view that the universe requires no supernatural cause or government, that it is self existent, self explanatory, self operating, and self directing, and that it is also purposeless, deterministic, and only accidently productive of humanity.
  4. The Parthenon was located in what Greek city?
  5. Who lived first?
  6. Athenian Golden Age
  7. When used in the philosophical sense, this word takes on the meaning of the rational principles that govern and develops the universe. What is this word?
  8. A structural system in which vertical supports or columns support horizontal beams.
  9. Professional philosopher- who became the leading teachers in Athens were called:
  10. Who wrote about the Peloponnesian War? The war between Sparta and Athens.
  11. Aristotle’s influence has perhaps been greatest in which field?
  12. Which one of these is not in the Greek order of columns?
  13. Reality, for ___________, consisted of (Ideas) of all basic things, Forms that exist beyond the grasp of the senses or even the mind.
  14. Plato’s student was
  15. This early Greek philosopher taught that “number” was the essence of all things.
  16. This famous sculpture by Myron is perhaps the best example of the Greek genius for taking the old traditions and making them new:
  17. The Peloponnesian War involved what two cities?
  18. The original Constitution is housed in what building?
  19. Who said “Man is the measure of all things”?
  20. The Greek marketplace where philosophy was debated was called the ____:
  21. Plato gave the fullest expression of his idealistic philosophy in the Republic.
  22. The Greeks felt that music was not important and thus did not teach their youth this art.
  23. Socrates’ favorite student was Aristotle.
  24. For the Greeks, pride was condemned and humility a virtue.
  25. Paul encountered the epicureans and the stoics when he spoke at the local agora in Greece?
  26. The Greeks had a low regard for education and felt that children should learn best without a tutor or teacher.
  27. Pride in the Greek culture was considered a virtue.
  28. Aristotle and Plato were materialists and Socrates was an idealist.
  29. Aristotle’s Allegory of the Cave regarded all sense-apparent things as shadows of the Real.
  30. The ancient Greeks saw the human form even in their temple styles.

Set 2

  1. The Greek theatre created tragedy in the year
  2. Who had the greatest influence in the field of logic, particularly with his invention of the syllogism as a tool for deductive reasoning?
  3. This early Greek philosopher taught that “number” was the essence of all things.
  4. Professional philosopher- who became the leading teachers in Athens
  5. Who was Plato’s teacher?
  6. The view that the universe requires no supernatural cause or government, that it is self existent, self explanatory, self operating, and self directing, and that it is also purposeless, deterministic, and only accidently productive of humanity.
  7. The Greek marketplace where philosophy was debated was called the
  8. Which one of these did the Greeks consider the most important of the Arts?
  9. Aristotle’s influence has perhaps been greatest in which field?
  10. When used in the philosophical sense, this word takes on the meaning of the rational principles that govern and develops the universe. What is this word?
  11. Athenian Golden Age
  12. The Peloponnesian War involved what two cities?
  13. Who said “Man is the measure of all things”?
  14. Plato’s student was
  15. Who wrote about the Peloponnesian War? The war between Sparta and Athens.
  16. The original Constitution is housed in what building?
  17. Most ancient Greek cities developed around a fortified hilltop. What was this hilltop called?
  18. Who created the Allegory of the Cave?
  19. The top or crown of a column.
  20. This Greek doctrine is concerned with the ethical, ideal, or universal element in an artwork as distinguished from its emotional appeal.
  21. The Greeks had a low regard for education and felt that children should learn best without a tutor or teacher.
  22. Plato gave the fullest expression of his idealistic philosophy in the Republic.
  23. Pride in the Greek culture was considered a virtue.
  24. Thousands of Socrates own personal writing have helped carry on his legacy.
  25. Aristotle and Plato were materialists and Socrates was an idealist.
  26. Aristotle’s Allegory of the Cave regarded all sense-apparent things as shadows of the Real.
  27. In our readings Plato and Aristotle are generally considered the most influential philosophers in the history of Western culture.
  28. In the Greek culture it was extremely important to obey the Priest and his commands.
  29. The Greeks felt that music was not important and thus did not teach their youth this art.
  30. The Greeks view the individual as paramount because personal achievements were the measure of all things.
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