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Medieval Times [S2 Ch. 8] By Luriel

The medieval renaissances were periods characterised by significant cultural renewal across medieval Western Europe. These are effectively seen as occurring in three phases - the Carolingian Renaissance (8th and 9th centuries), Ottonian Renaissance (10th century) and the Renaissance of the 12th century.

Medieval Times [S2 Ch. 8] By Luriel

The term was first used by medievalists in the 19th century, by analogy with the historiographical concept of the 15th and 16th century Italian Renaissance. This was notable since it marked a break with the dominant historiography of the time, which saw the Middle Ages as a Dark Age. The term has always been a subject of debate and criticism, particularly on how widespread such renewal movements were and on the validity of comparing them with the Italian Renaissance.

The development of medieval universities allowed them to aid materially in the translation and propagation of these texts and started a new infrastructure which was needed for scientific communities. In fact, the European university put many of these texts at the center of its curriculum,[25] with the result that the "medieval university laid far greater emphasis on science than does its modern counterpart and descendent."[26]

A new method of learning called scholasticism developed in the late 12th century from the rediscovery of the works of Aristotle; the works of medieval Jewish and Islamic thinkers influenced by him, notably Maimonides, Avicenna (see Avicennism) and Averroes (see Averroism); and the Christian philosophers influenced by them, most notably Albertus Magnus, Bonaventure and Abélard. Those who practiced the scholastic method believed in empiricism and supporting Roman Catholic doctrines through secular study, reason, and logic. Other notable scholastics ("schoolmen") included Roscelin and Peter Lombard. One of the main questions during this time was the problem of the universals. Prominent non-scholastics of the time included Anselm of Canterbury, Peter Damian, Bernard of Clairvaux, and the Victorines. The most famous of the scholastic practitioners was Thomas Aquinas (later declared a Doctor of the Church), who led the move away from the Platonic and Augustinian and towards the Aristotelian.[27]

I just started playing chapter 1 and it seemed a pretty fun game. However i do hope to be given the choice as to whom to have sex with. Sometimes when you want to proceed the game you'll have to have sex with people that you have zero interest in and i ended up skipping a large chunk of dialogues.

Hello, there is a file to download which name is medieval times - season 1 complete (for Mac or for PC, at least). It is a text file. Open it. Copy the text you find inside, into your browser upper bar and go to this internet page. Then download (with MEGA will be longer, but you'll get it, with the other link not sure) the file. Then unzip it. Then put it in the directory :

Please read (if you are allowed to do so) the former questions and answers, it is all explained already with details (several times). Short summary, first go to the web page by copying the link you have got in the text file, into the upper bar of your browser ; then download the file (MEGA will work fine, the other link not always) ; then unzip it ; then put it inside the proper directory. I cannot find it just now (a bit difficult to localize at once), but the place is explained in a former post here. I'll try to get it back. And then enjoy the game !

Only with hindsight does the Great Awakening look like a unified movement. The first revivals began unexpectedly in the Congregational churches of New England in the 1730s and then spread through the 1740s and 1750s to Presbyterians, Baptists, and Methodists in the rest of the thirteen colonies. Different places at different times experienced revivals of different intensities. Yet in all of these communities, colonists discussed the same need to strip their lives of worldly concerns and return to a more pious lifestyle. The form it took was something of a contradiction. Preachers became key figures in encouraging individuals to find a personal relationship with God.

Ovid's Metamorphoses plays a vital role in how historians understand ancient Roman culture and beliefs. In Metamorphoses, Ovid demonstrates the way that the Romans viewed love, power, and even the role of women in society. Though many of the stories in Metamorphoses exist in other ancient literature, Ovid's versions are often the best remembered versions. Ovid's skillful story telling, which is at times humorous and at other times poignant, makes the stories memorable and thought provoking. 041b061a72

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