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    • CLASSICAL GREEK HUMANISM THE HELLENIC PERIOD THE CLASSICAL PERIOD
    • “ MAN IS THE MEASURE OF ALL THINGS.” PROTAGORAS HUMANISM MAN IS AT THE CENTER
    • HUMAN REASON
      • THE POWER TO THINK AND REASON GAVE MAN HIS WORTH
      • NO AUTHORITY HIGHER THAN REASON
      • ‘GOD” WAS AN ABSTRACT IDEA NOT A PERSONAL PRESENCE
    • CLASSICAL EDUCATION
      • PEDAGOGUE- TUTOR
      • INDIVIUDALIZED INSTRUCTION
      • MALE ORIENTED
      • GIRLS WERE EDUCATED IN THE AREA OF RUNNING A HOUSEHOLD AND RAISING CHILDREN
    • CLASSICAL ART AND ARCHITECTURE
      • GLORIFIED THE HUMAN BEING
      • PERFECT PROPORTION AND FORM
      • FOCUS ON BEAUTY
      • BUILDINGS REFLECTED MATHEMATICAL PROPORTION
      • HUMAN SCALE
      • PERFECTION AND LOGIC
    • SCULPTURE
    •  
    • ARCHITECTURE
    • ARCHITECTURE
    • CLASSICAL LITERATURE
      • HERODOTUS- HISTORY
    •  
    • AESOP
      • FABLES- STORIES WITH A MORAL LESSON
    •  
    • DRAMA
      • SOPHOCLES
        • OEDIPUS REX
        • ANTIGONE
    • OEDIPUS REX
    • GREEK PHILOSOPHY
      • THE GREEKS WERE THE FIRST TO USE ABSTRACT THOUGHT TO EXPLORE LIFE’S BIG QUESTIONS
        • WHO AM I
        • WHERE DID I COME FROM
        • WHAT IS RIGHT AND WRONG
        • WHAT IS THE MEANING OF LIFE
    • GREEK PHILOSOPHY
      • SOPHISTS-WANDERING TEACHERS
        • FOCUSED ON RHETORIC
        • REJECTED THE IDEA OF A SINGLE UNIVERSAL TRUTH
        • STRESSED CIVIC DUTY
        • ARETE - EXCELLENCE IN ALL THINGS
    • MAJOR GREEK PHILOSOPHERS
      • SOCRATES
    • PLATO
      • STUDENT OF PLATO
      • WROTE
        • THE REPUBLIC
        • THE APOLOGY
    • ARISTOTLE
      • STUDENT OF PLATO
      • TUTOR TO ALEXANDER