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Heroism and the rules of comitatus beowulf

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TEMA 1

the M.Ages can be divided in 2 Diff. Periods: the early M.Ages and the Late

In the early M.A is the period Between mid.5 century and mid.11 century, exactly between 449 and 1066. Called The Anglosazon period and during these years the formation of the english Period took place.At the beginning, the Romans arrived to the British isles and Pushed the previous tribes to Scotland,Ireland,Wales.In the 6 century,people From the N.Came(angles,saxons,jutes)this caused the dissaperance of the Political and moral order and the 7 kingdoms appeared. There were also tensiond Between Romans and Anglosaxons.*Heptarchi;relationship between the kingdoms. 8Century-viking invasion and no more 7 kingdom. Wessex stop them so they expand To the North.SOTIAL

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Good morning, have you got

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The reformation wad a religious movement in 16 century Europe. It was caused by the following factors: Critics of the catholic churhc claimed that its leaders were wealthy and corrupt, and that priests did not carry out their duties properly, there was strong opposition to indulgences, which pardoned people their sins in return for money, humanist influence made people look for a more personal religion, based on their reading of the Bible. The Reformation began in 1517 when Martin Luther, a german monk, wrote The Ninety-five Theses. In this text Luther strongly criticised the Pope, and as a result he was excommunicated from the cantholic church. Lutheranism was based on the following principles: Salvation was reached by faith in Christ and
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The school

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I.Authors biographical Influences.

1.Ralph Waldo Emerson (Transcendentalist)

·Born May 25, 1803, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.—died April 27, 1882, Concord, Massachusetts

·On May 12, 1811, Emerson’s father died, leaving the son largely to the intellectual care of Mary Moody Emerson, his aunt, who took her duties seriously.

·In 1817 he entered Harvard College, where he began his journals.

·He graduated in 1821 and taught school while preparing for part-time Study in the Harvard Divinity School. Though Emerson was licensed to preach in The Unitarian community in 1826, illness slowed the progress of his Career, and he was not ordained to the Unitarian ministry at the Second Church, Boston, until 1829.

·In 1829 he also married Ellen Louisa

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Concept of education

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First the definition of a human person as the church sees it is that they See men and women as the living image of god himself, the image of his plan, They have received a part of gods dignity. The church invites all people to Recognize in everyone a brother or sister "for whom christ died". Human individual possesses the dignity of a person, Who is not just something but someone. He is capable of self-knowledge, Self-possession and of freely communicating with other persons. He is called by grace to offer his creator a response of Faith and love. Human faculties: the catholic social doctrine of the church is Based on the concept of society, which has been created according to a specific Cultural model. man is a Rational being and this is
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3 stages of greek civilization

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In Matthews Gospel, the magi or kings visit christ child when he is born, Which retales to the audience of the jewish coverts because this makes Jesus appear like a king and a true messiah. In Luke's Gospel, the Shepards visit christ child when he is born, which retales to the Audience of the greek gentiles because both parties are the marginalized


The Visitations of angels to both Mary and Jospeh in the announcing of the Brith of Jesus plays a role into this scenario by making both Mary and Joseph's feel in agreement with the brith. Angles tell Mary that she is Carrying the son of God and that it is ok to give birth. The angels tell Joseph to assist and help marry in the birth because she was not in Fact unfaithful because the seed of God was
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Concept of education

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the definition of a human person by the ch is that they See men and women as the living image of g himself,of his plan, They have received a part of gs dignity.Invites all people to Recognize in everyone a brother or sister "for whom christ died". Human individual possesses the dignity of a person, Who is not just something but someone, capable of self-knowledge, Self-possession and of freely communicating with other persons. He is called by grace to offer his creator a response of Faith and love. Human faculties: the catholic social doctrine of the ch is Based on the concept of society, which has been created according to a specific Cultural model. man is a Rational being and this is why he is similar to G. He was created free and Has power
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Concept of education

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Historical background

The origin of Buddhism Was a founderSiddhartha Gautama, the historicalBuddha, who was born inLumbini(in Present-day Nepal) during the 5th century BCE.


Basic Belief system

One fundamental belief of Buddhism is often Referred to as reincarnation the concept that people are reborn after dying. In Fact, most individuals go through many cycles of birth, living, death and Rebirth.

The four noble Truths

Dukkha: Suffering Exist is real and almost universal.

Samudaya: There is a cause of suffering people desire worldly things and self-satisfaction.Nirodha: There Is an end to suffering: is to stop desiring things.Magga: In Order to end suffering, you must follow the eightfold path.

·Eightfold Path

1.Know and understand The Forth Noble

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Theo

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The Gospels: 4 books Matthew, Mark, Luke & John contain accounts of Jesus’s life teachings up to the Resurrection
The Acts of the Apostles:This book was written by Luke as a sequel to his gospel and contains the account of the beginnings of the Church.

 The Letters of St. Paul: These are letters written by St. Paul to the churches in the cities that he had visited in his travels.Romans Hebrews
Galatians, 1 Corinthians, Ephesians, 2 Corinthians, Philippians 1, Thessalonians, Colossians, 2 Thessalonians, 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy,Titus
Philemon 
The Letters of the Apostles: Letters written by four of the Apostles to the whole church. 1 John, 2 John, 3 John,1 Peter, 2 Peter, James, Jude
Revelation: Written John, the second coming
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Human actuality

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  1. How did Winston spend long afternoons as a child? Scrounging for scraps of food from garbage bins, rubbish heaps, and a road where trucks sometimes dropped bits of cattle feed.
  1. What sudden change came over Winston’s mother after his father’s disappearance? Winston’s mother suddenly became “completely spiritless,” going about her work very slowly and apparently waiting for something to happen.
  1. What is the “never-mentioned thing that was about to happen”? Was Winston’s mother’s arrest.
  1. What did Winston take from his younger sister? A portion of chocolate
  1. What are Reclamation Centers? Are colonies for homeless children. They were established after the Civil War.
  1. Why does Winston believe his mother possessed “a kind of nobility,
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Concept of education

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MONASTIC EDUCATION:This period is characterized by power emptiness so the sacralisation of the culture took place especially from the sixth century onwards. Monasteries were located on the countryside for being far away from all this and to be alone in silence because as sant Agustin said humankind learn better isolate to discipline and control the emotions.

The first Benedictine monastery was founded in 529 a.C. praying was what they practiced in monasteries because they cared about others saints. Their labour was copying manuscript and book, not only bible but also lifes of saints. They were also useful in considering Roman books the most important book.