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Postmodernism in the Church
1. The end of Christendom. 2. New apostolic networks. 3. From membership to disciplineship.
Postmodernism Characteristics
1. that knowledge is objective 2. that knowledge is certain. 3. inclusive explanatory systems. 4. the knowledge is intrinsically good. 5. human perfectability. 6. indiviual knowledge. 7, that the scientific method is only to acquire genunie knowledge.
Watteau
"Embakation of Cythera"
Bernini
Sculptor, "Ecstasy of St. Teresa"
Classical Genre
1. Opera. 2. Sonata. 3. String Quartet. 4. Symphony- most important. *Sonata form: 1. expostion. 2. Development. 3.Recapitulation.
Rococo Art
decrotative
Know Art Order
1. Baroque. 2. Rococo. 3. Neoclassicism.
Wells
Postoppourtunity for Christians
Classical Style
balance proportion clarity, homophonic, very simple.
Vivaldi
concerto
Polyphonic
Basso Continuo
Pluralism
belief that all beliefs are true
Classicism
clearness, elegance, symmetry *concerned about musical form.
Freud's Theory of Human Personality
1. Materialism. 2. Determinism. 3. Unconscious mantal states. 4. Instincts/ Drives 5. Developmental account.
Beethoven
much longer pieces, deaf at 30. Final Symphony and most famous- 9th Symphony.
David Hume
National History of Religion, Dialogs concerning Natural Religion.
Oden
matter is all that exists
Kierkeguard
Exotenalism, "Leap of Faith"
Beauty (Degredation) 2. The Psychological Theory
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Albert Einstein
Quantim Mechanics
Barque Styles and elements
major/minor and beats/meters
The Industrial Revolution
Romanticism, Strong Emotion, Imagination, Freedom from classical forms, Rebellion against social conventions.
Stuart
Washington portrait, (one dollar bill portrait)
Rousseau
The Social Contract, "man is born free, but everyone is chains." Reign of Terror, "to exist is to feel."
Baroque
Observed.
Neoclassicism
teach value
Haydn
director at Esterhazy Palace
Thomas Hobbs
1. fear of death. 2. desire for power.
Johannes Brahms
Revived absolute music, no story.
Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky
Symphonies- Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet
Tolerance
one belief true leaving all others false (but tolerates others)
Relativism
Goodness, God is good. No standards.
Baroque (Vocal)
1. Opera- works. 2. Cantata- to sing. 3. Oratorio- larger cantata. 4. Chorale- hymn today.
Freud
Psychoanalysis
Mozart
musical prodegy- Composed at 5. Symphonies at 9. Operas at 12.
Fredrick Chopin
"the poet of the keyboard", homophonic
Karl Marx
Communism, Human Perfectability
Hegel
Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis.
Gainsborough
Portraits and Landscapes
Rembrandt
Portraits
French Revolution
1. Clergy. 2. Nobality. 3. Everyone else.
Francis Bacon
Novum Organum (New Instrument), Doctrine of the Idols.
Voltaire
Philosophs
Ekklesia
Those who are called out.
Beauty (Degredation) 3. The Relational Theory
Beauty is inherent in the object and also, in the eye of the beholder.
Derrida
Deconstruction- no meaing in life. Impossible to convey meaning in text.
Deconstruction Philosopher
Michel Foucault
John Locke
Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Two Treaties of Civil Government, Tobula Roza.
Premodernism
universe is rational
Baroque Genre (instrumental)
1. Concerto- most important. 2. Sonata- sound play. 3. Deace Suite-movements in same key. 4. Fugue- to flee (polyphonic-composition.)
Rubens
Roman Catholic
Rene Descartes
cogito ergo sum- "I think, therefore I am."
Charles Darwin
The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, "There is NO God." (Branching)
Nietzsche
"the will to power" and "God is dead"
Modernism
abandoned supernaturalism for naturalism
Handel
oratorio
Caravaggio
1st Baroque painter, "Conversion of St. Paul"
Issac Newton
Principia Mathematica- "The greatest scienctific book ever written."
Immanual Kant
Critique of Pure Reason, Structure of Mind Shapes Reality, categorical imperiative.
David
"Death of Socrates"
Autoselfpocracy/ Absolutism
all power.
Jefferson
Arcitecture
Schaeffer
Human Need
Beauty (Degredation) 1. The Formal Theory
Beauty is inherent in the object.
Postmodernism
Architecture, cluster of beliefs/practices
Galileo Galilel
telescope, earth wasn't center of universe, Dialog.
Bach
wrote S.D.G. at the end of every musical piece. (to give God the glory alone)

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