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History 150: Classical Greece 2

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Day 2 of Classical Greece notes for exam 1
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Date Created: 01/28/16
1/15/16: Classical Greece. Classical Greece:  Political and Cultural Developments in the City­State of Athens. **test questions** Perspectives on the political system:  Plato. o Aristocrat by birth and temperament. o Did not think that common man was capable of sensible participation in politics. o The Republic.  The common man lacked wisdom; was not guided by reason but by desire.  The common man chose leaders for nonessential reasons, such as  persuasive speech, good looks, wealth and family background.  Believed that the duties of government should only be performed by  philosophers who would approach human problems with reason and  wisdom.  In his ideas state, philosopher­kings would rule; along with well­ governed state.                                                  Classical Sculpture and Architecture:  Archaic style of sculpture. o 6  century.  Kouros (youth). Influenced by Egyptian­ style statues.  Stiff.  Straight posture.  Not very detailed.  Classical style of sculpture. o Naturalism + Realism + Idealism.  5  century.  Polyclitus’ Doryphoros (spear carrier).  Has movement.  Toned and defined.   Emotional.  Idealism.  The Parthenon on the Acropolis (built 447­432 B.C.E). o Parthenon.  $1 billion worth in today’s money.  Dedicated to Athena­ goddess of Athens, war and wisdom.  o Acropolis.  Built on higher ground to signify importance. 1/15/16: Classical Greece.  Classical style of architecture.  o Buildings are used to demonstrate power and wealth. o Symmetry, harmony and balance in the construction of their temples. o Moderation in detail. Philosophy:  Socrates. o Engaged in conversations that were made significant in thinking critically.  Socratic Method. o A form of teaching that uses a question and answer format to enable people to  reach conclusions by using their own reasoning. o “The unexamined life is not worth living.” o “No greater good can happen to man than to discuss human excellence every  day.”  Change in climate due to Athens’ defeat in the Peloponnesian War (431­404 B.C.E). o Defeated by Sparta.  Socrates’ death in 399. o Charged with…  Corrupting the youth of Athens.  Not worshiping the city gods. o Drank poison.


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