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- Western Civilizations: Their History & Their Culture
- Western Civilization: A Concise History Volume 1
- The Myths of Western Civilization: Decolonizing and Queering European History
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Western Civilizations: Their History & Their Culture
The Western world , also known as the West , refers to various regions , nations and states , depending on the context, most often consisting of the majority of Europe , [a] Northern America and Australasia. It might mean the Northern half of the North—South divide. Ancient Greece [c] and Ancient Rome [d] are generally considered to be the birthplaces of Western civilization—Greece having heavily influenced Rome—the former due to its impact on philosophy , democracy , science , aesthetics , as well as building designs and proportions and architecture ; the latter due to its influence on art , law , warfare , governance , republicanism , engineering and religion. Western civilization is also strongly associated with Christianity  and to a lesser extent, with Judaism , which is in turn shaped by Hellenistic philosophy and Roman culture. The concept of the Western part of the earth has its roots in the theological, methodological and emphatical division between the Western Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches. By the mid- 20th century , Western culture was exported worldwide through the emergent mass media : film, radio, television and recorded music; and the development and growth of international transport and telecommunication such as transatlantic cable and the radiotelephone played a decisive role in modern globalization.
Western civilization courses are offered through the Humanities and Western Civilization Program. These general education courses form a 2-semester interdisciplinary program that critically examines the ideas and values of Western culture from its early expressions in ancient Greece, Rome, and Israel through the modern period. The presentation of material is both historical and thematic. It offers a guided study of the past to help us better understand the present and envision the future. Influential authors and writings in Western arts and sciences direct attention to the enduring questions of how to lead a satisfying and worthwhile human life. Themes are selected issues organized to focus goals and generate student discussion:. Western Civilization I and II are designated writing-intensive courses by the College and require students to complete 3, to 4, words of written work each semester in addition to essay portions of midterm and final examinations.
This is part of our special feature, Imagining, Thinking, and Teaching Europe. While significant modification was made to accommodate for the COVID pandemic, in particular an assignment to research, script, and record a podcast, the syllabus describes how the course was originally envisioned. As teachers, we are dedicated to introducing our Texas State students to the variety of cultures and peoples that co-exist in our world. We are committed to the freedom of expression. We condemn bigoted speech, which threatens public safety, restricts academic freedom, and tacitly justifies hate. We believe that a fuller understanding of our diverse pasts is essential to understanding our shared history and our common present.
Western Civilization: A Concise History Volume 1
Publisher: Portland Community College. The text is very comprehensive in terms of the number of civilizations and cultures covered. In fact, I wonder if even a week semester would suffice to cover them. It is gratifying to see a fairly detailed chapter on Islamic civilization. Comprehensiveness rating: 3 see less.
From the Christian crusades of the Middle Ages to the fatwa on Salman Rushdie at the close of the millennium, the predominately Christian societies of Western Europe and North America have been suspicious and fearful of Muslims. Conversely, Muslim adherents of Islam find much in Western social values and practices antithetical to their tradition. T he arena of conflict between these communities is changing rapidly, primarily due to the technological innovations of the information age and the confrontation of cultures. No longer are geographical boundaries adequate to separate these cultures. At the same time, Muslims of the diaspora are creating religious and cultural enclaves using Arabsat and the Internet, as well as traditional channels.
From the Christian crusades of the Middle Ages to the fatwa on Salman Rushdie at the close of the millennium, the predominately Christian societies of Western Europe and North America have been suspicious and fearful of Muslims. Conversely, Muslim adherents of Islam find much in Western social values and practices antithetical to their tradition. T he arena of conflict between these communities is changing rapidly, primarily due to the technological innovations of the information age and the confrontation of cultures. No longer are geographical boundaries adequate to separate these cultures. At the same time, Muslims of the diaspora are creating religious and cultural enclaves using Arabsat and the Internet, as well as traditional channels. Yet, recent Islamic migrants to Western nations face the dilemma of finding their authentic voice in popular Western culture, balanced against their fears of cultural assimilation and loss of identity. They seek to know how is it possible to move toward the center of Western culture without compromising deeply-held religious beliefs and traditions.
The Myths of Western Civilization: Decolonizing and Queering European History
Western civilization traces its roots back to Europe and the Mediterranean. It is linked to ancient Greece , the Roman Empire and with Medieval Western Christendom which emerged from the Middle Ages to experience such transformative episodes as the Renaissance , the Reformation , the Enlightenment , the Industrial Revolution , scientific revolution , and the development of liberal democracy. The civilizations of Classical Greece and Ancient Rome are considered seminal periods in Western history; a few cultural contributions also emerged from the pagan peoples of pre-Christian Europe, such as the Celts and Germans, as well as some significant religious contributions derived from Judaism and Hellenistic Judaism stemming back to Second Temple Judea , Galilee , and the early Jewish diaspora ;    and some other Middle Eastern influences. By the 12th century, Western Europe was experiencing a flowering of art and learning , propelled by the construction of cathedrals, the establishment of medieval universities , and greater contact with the medieval Islamic world via Al-Andalus and Sicily , from where Arabic texts on science and philosophy were translated into Latin.
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Это сделаю я, - сказал он, встал и, спотыкаясь, начал выбираться из-за стола. Сьюзан, чуть подтолкнув, усадила его на место. - Нет! - рявкнула. - Пойду я! - Ее тон говорил о том, что возражений она не потерпит. Стратмор закрыл лицо руками. - Хорошо. Это на нижнем этаже.
- Гамлет. - Самообразование за тюремной решеткой. Хейл засмеялся. - Нет, серьезно, Сьюзан, тебе никогда не приходило в голову, что это все-таки возможно и что Танкадо действительно придумал невзламываемый алгоритм. Этот разговор был ей неприятен. - Ну, мы не сумели этого сделать.
А как же любовь. Он слишком долго обделял. И ради. Чтобы увидеть, как какой-то молодой профессор украл его мечту. Стратмор холил и лелеял Сьюзан, оберегал. Он заслужил. И теперь наконец ее получит.
Сьюзан просунула в щель ногу в туфле Феррагамо и усилила нажим.
- Он опять замолчал. Сьюзан ждала продолжения, но его не последовало. - Больше трех часов. Стратмор кивнул. Она не выглядела взволнованной.
Стратмор мужественно перенес разразившийся скандал, горячо защищая свои действия перед конгрессом. Он утверждал, что стремление граждан к неприкосновенности частной переписки обернется для Америки большими неприятностями. Он доказывал, что кто-то должен присматривать за обществом, что взлом шифров агентством - вынужденная необходимость, залог мира. Но общественные организации типа Фонда электронных границ считали .
Себе Стратмор купил Скайпейджер, который запрограммировал на ту же частоту.