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absolute music
music for the sake of music, no message
classical music
Alexander
*responsible for spreading Greek culture all over the world
*student of Aristotle
Thomas Aquinas (Thomism)

Renn
*everything growing, moving, changing into something different*
-toward perfection---GOD
2 triangles
philosopher
arete
excellence, value
ancient Greece
Pythagorus
*religious brotherhood
-numbers=essence of all things
-rejected geocentricity
-music of the spheres
-Transmigration of the souls
philosphor
Ancient Greece
Socrates
-invented dialectic
-"well examined life is the only life worth living"
-value of knowledge
-foremost critic of Athens
*dialectic
Ancient Greek philosopher
"the Republic"
-by Plato
-nature of justice
-people-iron
-silver
-gold
Edu key to formation of this state
lit
Ancient Greece
Aristotle
"POETICS"
*enteleche
founded Lyceum
-Golden Mean-must reach middle ground btwn extremes
*experimentation
*syllogysm
-nature of reality
Ancient Greek philo
enteleche
striving for perfection
-within purpose having
ancient Greece
aristotle
syllogism
less than perfect tool for logical deductive reasoning
A.G.
Aristotle
feudalism

middle ages
essentially the division of the former empire into units small enough for a single man to rule
Charlemagne

ME
expanded kingdom of Francs
-no single code of law
-strengthened power of church
-crowed "Emperor of the Romans"
Copernicus

Renn
heliocentricity
trope

ME
added new words at the end of an existing piece... became separate piece
sequence

ME
longer version of something your sing

that which follows
conductus

ME
used in dramas to conduct important characters on/off stage