Human Spirit Sources in the Western Humanities

Human Spirit Sources in the Western Humanities
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  • ISBN-13: 9780130480538
  • ISBN: 0130480533
  • Edition: 1
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall


Rogers, Perry McAdow

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This innovative two-volume primary source reader offers students an opportunity to evaluate and interact - through both discussion and writing - with some of the greatest ideas and creative expressions of humanity. Chronological in format, with individual units focused on time periods, specific events, and historical questions, The Human Spiritfeatures six major themes: The Institution and the Individual; Social and Spiritual Values; The Power Structure; Revolution and Transition; The Varieties of Truth; and Women in History and the Humanities. Throughout these volumes, students are confronted with basic questions regarding historical development, human nature, moral action, and practical necessity. Chronological format with 7 self-contained chapters in each volume with a strong focus on interrelationships and cultural interaction. Diverse interdisciplinary range of primary sources which, include works of art and architecture, excerpts from drama and literature, speeches, letters, diary accounts, poems, newspaper articles, philosophical tracts, and propaganda flyers. Relevant problem orientation: Questions that confront students with problems that human beings have struggled with for centuries but that still have meaning for their own lives in today's world. Boxed integrative features in each chapter: The Artistic Vision, Against the Grain, The Architectural Foundation, The Cultural Intersection and The Reflection in the Mirror.Rogers, Perry McAdow is the author of 'Human Spirit Sources in the Western Humanities', published 2004 under ISBN 9780130480538 and ISBN 0130480533.

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