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Perfect for anyone interested in the ways the Humanities can broaden perspectives, enhance oners"s ability to think critically, and enrich oners"s life. This book is organized by themes: religion; morality; happiness; love; death and life affirmation; controversial themes; and freedom.
Table of Contents
|Detailed Contents||p. ix|
|Exploring the Humanities||p. 1|
|The Humanities: Still Vital||p. 3|
|Profile of the Critical Thinker||p. 21|
|Myth and the Origin of the Humanities||p. 43|
|Disciplines of the Humanities||p. 77|
|The Musical Stage: Opera, Music Drama, Dance||p. 261|
|Themes of the Humanities||p. 349|
|Death and Life-Affirmation||p. 495|
|Conflicts about Art||p. 529|
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