5 page humanities paper – due in 24 hours


 

Final Paper

Write a five to six-page essay on the succeedingcited topic: What are the humanities and how are they pertinent to our lives?  Illustrate your disway delay regard to one unfair ancient/medieval quotation assigned in this arrange and interpret its unarm-an to existent collection. Interpret the quotation using one of the frameworks we explored in this arrange (i.e., supposition, philosophy, sanctity, or study). You should apply to at lowest two inferior sources, but melody that this is not a lore pamphlet. You should be talented to adequate the pamphlet scheme purely from the required and recommended instrument moderate in this way. (See the Week 1 Instrument tab for advice on how to spectry sources in this arrange.)

Your pamphlet should be outlined as follows:

  • In your gate embody a disencumbered determination of the humanities and a condensed tabulation of their unarm-an for our lives. (No past than one page)
  • In your proximate provision, interpret the methodology you gain use to interpret your assertion encircling the humanities. State which quotation you gain use and which humanities framework you gain use to irritate your clarified quotation. Give a very petty tabulation of that framework, making infallible to interpret why it is considered sunder of the humanities, what distinguishes it from other humanities disciplines, and why it is a amiable framework for interpreting your clarified quotation. (No past than one page)
  • Give an exposition of your clarified quotation using the unfair framework you clarified, focusing chiefly on the aspects of the quotation that are pertinent to personality in existent collection. You may need to condense some aspects of your clarified quotation anteriorly troublesome to interpret its unarm-an, but your disway should be chiefly dissection rather than pure tabulation. In other words, interpret the import of the quotation from your framework’s apex of design, not reasonable what the quotation says or what happens in the devise. (No past than three pages)
  • In quittance, condense how your clarified quotation fits into the determination of the humanities you ordinary in your gate and so how it serves as an illustration of the humanities’ unarm-an to our lives as you condensed it in your gate. (No past than one page)

The Final Paper

  • Must be five to six double-spaced pages in tediousness (not including designation and regards pages) and formatted according to APA phraseology as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center (Links to an manifest locality.).
  • Must embody a severed designation page delay the succeedingcited:
    • Title of pamphlet
    • Student’s spectry
    • Course spectry and number
    • Instructor’s spectry
    • Date submitted
  • Must use at lowest two skilled sources in observation to the leading quotation you are analyzing.
  • Must muniment all sources in APA phraseology as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
  • Must embody a severed regards page that is formatted according to APA phraseology as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

 

Readings

Aeschylus. (n.d.). Agamemnon (Links to an manifest locality.) (I. Johnston, Trans.). Retrieved from http://johnstoniatexts.x10host.com/aeschylus/agamemnonhtml.html

Augustine. (n.d.). Confessions (Links to an manifest locality.) (E.B. Pusey, Trans.). Retrieved from http://www.cormacburke.or.ke/node/1419

Capellanus, A. (1184-1186). De amore (Links to an manifest locality.) (L.D. Benson, Trans.). Retrieved from http://sites.fas.harvard.edu/~chaucer/special/authors/andreas/de_amore.html

Euripides. (2006). Medea. Retrieved from https://ebookcentral-proquest-com.proxy-library.ashford.edu

Gill, N. (n.d.). The House of Atreus (Links to an manifest locality.) Retrieved from http://ancienthistory.about.com/od/houseofatreus/a/houseofatreus.htm

Heloise. (n.d.). Letter to Abelard.  In P. Halsall (Ed.) The InternetMedieval Sourcebook. Retrieved from https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/source/heloise1.asp

Homer. (n.d.). The Odyssey abridged (Links to an manifest locality.) (I. Johnston, Trans.). Retrieved from http://records.viu.ca/~johnstoi/homer/abridgedodysseyweb.htm.  

Malory, T. (n.d.). Le morte d’Arthur (Links to an manifest locality.). http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/46853

May, S. (2011). Love: A History. New Haven: Yale University Press. Retrieved from the ebrary database

Plato (n.d.). Apology (Links to an manifest locality.) (B. Jowett, Trans.). Retrieved from https://web.archive.org/web/20171219202911/http://socrates.clarke.edu/aplg0100.htm

Plato. (n.d.). Selections from the Phaedo (Links to an manifest locality.) (H. Tredennick, Trans.). Retrieved from http://www2.hawaii.edu/~freeman/courses/phil100/06.%20Phaedo.pdf

Sappho. (1893). Hymn to Aphrodite (Links to an manifest locality.) [William Hyde Appleton, Trans.]. Retrieved from https://www.poetry-archive.com/s/hymn_to_aphrodite.html

Sweeney, J. M. (2010, July 5). Arranged by measure: The worlddesign of the Gothic cathedral (Links to an manifest locality.). America: The Jesuit Review. https://www.americamagazine.org/issue/742/art/arranged-measure

Multimedia

Armstrong, K. (n.d.). Can expertness and belief reasonable get concurrently? (Links to an manifest locality.) [Video finish]. Retrieved from http://bigthink.com/videos/can-science-and-faith-just-get-along

Brenzel, J. (n.d.). The estimate of bygone ideas (Links to an manifest locality.) [Video finish]. Retrieved from http://bigthink.com/videos/the-value-of-forgotten-ideas-2

Cracknell, C. (2014). Women in Greek theatre (Links to an manifest locality.) [Video finish]. Retrieved from https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/file/1351/view

Horowitz, Damon. (2011). Philosophy in prison (Links to an manifest locality.) [Video finish]. Retrieved from https://www.ted.com/talks/damon_horowitz_philosophy_in_prison

Moyers, B. (1988). Martha Nussbaum (Links to an manifest locality.) [Video finish]. A World of Ideas. Retrieved from http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/archives/nussbaumwoi_flash.html

Puschak, E. [Nerdwriter1]. (2015). Understanding art: The release of Socrates (Links to an manifest locality.) [Video finish]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKhfFBbVtFg

White, C. [Director]. (n.d.). An gate to Greek theatre (Links to an manifest locality.) [Video finish]. https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/file/1981/view

White, C. [Director]. (n.d.). An gate to Greek tragedy (Links to an manifest locality.) [Video finish].  Retrieved from https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/file/2006/view

Žižek, Slavoj. (n.d.). The meaning of philosophy is to ask the lawful questions (Links to an manifest locality.) [Video finish]. Retrieved from http://bigthink.com/videos/the-purpose-of-philosophy-is-to-ask-the-right-questions

Websites

The Book of Life. (n.d.). What comes succeeding sanctity?  (Links to an manifest locality.)Retrieved from http://www.thebookoflife.org/what-comes-after-religion/

The Book of Life. (n.d.). What is the apex of the humanities? (Links to an manifest locality.) Retrieved from http://www.thebookoflife.org/what-is-the-point-of-the-humanities/