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CULTURE AND VALUES: A SURVEY OF THE HUMANITIES gives readers a solid introduction to art, music, philosophy and literature. Cunningham and Reich cover both Western cultures and non-Western traditions in the humanities, including ancient India and China, contemporary India, China, Japan, Africa, and Latin America, as well as an entire chapter on Islamic art.
Table of Contents
|The Epic of Gilgamesh - The Flood, The Afterlife, The Return of Gilgamesh, The Death of Gilamesh|
|Homer's The Iliad - Books XV, XXIII, XXIV|
|Sappho + Alone, Seizure, To Eros, The Virgin, Age and Light|
|Heraclitus of Ephesus: The Presocratics|
|Parmenides of Elea: The Presocratics|
|Herodotis/Heradotus: History of the Persian Wars, Book VIII|
|Sophocles: Oedipus the King|
|Plato: The Dialogues + The Apology, The Phaedo|
|Plato: The Republic + Allegory of the Cave|
|Aristotle: The Nicomachean Ethics, Book I. Aristotle: The Politics, Book V. Catullus: Selected Poems + "My darling, let us live", "None could ever say that she,", "The office of my heart is still to love", She that I loved, that face,"|
|Virgil: Aeneid, Book I. Virgil: Aeneid, Book IV|
|Virgil: Aeneid, Book VI|
|Horace: Carminum (Ode) Liber I-III + "Look how the snow lies deeply on glittering", "My dear Maecenas, noble knight,", "Maintain an unmoved poise in adversity,", "Ah, how they glide by, Postumus, Postumus,"|
|Juvenal: Satire III|
|Marcus Aurelius Antoninus: The Meditations, Book II|
|The Rig Veda + I Pray to Agni, Agni and the Gods, The Child of the Waters, Burial Hymn|
|From the Brihad-Aranyaka Upanishad: The Supreme Teaching|
|Siddartha Gautama: The Buddha + Buddha's Pity, Buddha's Teaching, The First Sermon, The Fire Sermon|
|Li Po: Selected Poems + "Bring the Wine!", "Autumn Cove", "Viewing the Waterfall at Mount Lu", "Seeing a Friend Off", "Still Night Thoughts"|
|Old Testament, Gensis 1-2, Job, Exodus, Amos|
|New Testament, Gospel of Matthew, Acts 17, I Corinthians, II Corinthians|
|Justin Martyr, First Apology|
|The Passion of Perpetua and Felicity|
|Saint Augustine: Confessions - Books VIII, IX|
|Saint Augustine: The City of God - Book XIX|
|Selections from the Qur'an + Surah I The Opening, Surah V The Table|
|Spread, XVII The Children of Israel, C The Coursers, CXII The Unity|
|Rabi'a al- 'Adawiyya Al-Qaysiyya|
|Rumi: Poems and Meditations + The Night Air, Only Breath, #114, 116, 117|
|Hildegard of Bingen: Scivias (The Way to Knowledge)|
|Hildegard of Bingen: Causae et Curae (Causes and Cures)|
|Hroswitha: The Conversion of the Harlot Thans|
|The Life of Saint Bertilla: Abbess of Chelles|
|The Song of Roland|
|Saint Francis of Assisi: The Canticle of Brother Sun|
|Saint Thomas Aquinas: Summa Theologiae + Question I. Dante Alighieri: Divine Comedy, Inferno + Canto I The Dark Wood of Error, Canto III The Vestibule of Hell, Canto V Circle Two, Canto X Circle Six, Canto XXXIII Circle Nine: Cocytus (Second & Third Division), Canto XXXIV Circle Nine: Cocytus (Fourth Division)|
|Dante Alighieri: Divine Comedy, Purgatory - Canto I Ante-Purgatory: The Shore of the Island, Canto IX The Gate of Purgatory|
|Dante Alighieri: Divine Comedy, Paradise + Canto XI The Fourth Sphere: The Sun, Canto XXXIII The Empryean|
|Giovanni Boccaccio: Decameron, Preface to the Ladies|
|Geoffrey Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales, The General Prologue, Prologue of the Wife of Bath's Tale|
|Christine du Pisan: The Book of the City of Ladies|
|Pico della Mirandola: Oration on the Dignity of Man|
|Laura Cereta: Defense of the Liberal Instruction of Women and Against Women who Disparage Learned Women|
|Niccolo Machiavelli: The Prince + Chapter 15, 16, 17 &|
|Desiderius Erasmus: The Praise of Folly|
|Baldassare Castiglone: The Courtier + The Third Book, The Perfect Lady|
|Benvenuto Cellini: The Autobiography + Casting Perseus|
|Michel Eyquem de Montaigne: Of Cannibals Martin Luther: The Small Catechism + Preface, The Ten Commandments, The Creed, The Lord's Prayer, The Sacrament of Holy Communion, Confession and Absolution, The Sacrament of the Altar, Morning and Evening Prayers, Grace at Table, Table of Duties|
|William Shakespeare: Hamlet, Prince of Denmark|
|Francis Bacon: Novum Organum + Part II, Book I|
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