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[SOLVED] HIEU 201 / HIEU201 Chapter 11 Quiz (LATEST 2022)

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All of the following were true of university students EXCEPT they a. learned the habit of reasoned argument. b. were infamous for their fighting, drinking, and gambling. c. studied Latin translatio... ns of ancient texts. d. were forbidden from studying theology. Hide Feedback Correct The geocentric theory held that a. a single giant sphere, containing the planets and the stars, revolved around a motionless earth. b. all of the planets would eventually fall to the center of the universe, the earth. c. the earth, as the center of the system, had the most elevated and exalted place in the universe. d. seven transparent spheres, in which the seven planets were embedded, revolve around the motionless earth. Hide Feedback Incorrect According to the medieval worldview a. no separation existed between a realm of grace and an earthly realm. b. sharp differences existed between a higher world of perfection and a lower world of imperfection. c. a single set of laws for both the heavens and the earth operated in the medieval universe. d. spirit and matter were the same substance. Hide Feedback Correct Saint Anselm (1033–1109) taught that God could a. be known through faith and through reason. b. be known only through faith. c. not be known. d. be known only through reason. Hide Feedback Correct The condemnation of strict Aristotelianism in 1277 a. may have advanced science because it led to a re-examination of Aristotle's ideas. b. was a blow to conservative theologians, who favored using the philosophies of Aristotle to support articles of faith. c. set back the advance of science because it discouraged investigation of the natural world. d. was a result of following the argument of some teachers in Paris that Aristotle was right and Bible was wrong. Hide Feedback Correct Roger Bacon This study source was downloaded by 100000831988016 from CourseHero.com on 03-21-2022 06:01:45 GMT -05:00 https://www.coursehero.com/file/55777408/HIEU-201-Chapter-11-Quizdocx/ a. studied optics as a purely mathematical problem. b. recommended dissection of the eyes of animals to better understand how light could be seen. c. argued that there was no practical use for scientific information. d. rejected mathematical approaches to optics. Hide Feedback Correct The leading center for the study of Roman law in the Middle Ages was a. Bologna. b. Salerno. c. Paris. d. Oxford. Hide Feedback Correct The French chansons de geste a. were epic poems of heroic deeds. b. dealt with religious themes, like the story of Christ's birth. c. were written in Latin—reason why they only appealed to elites. d. were collections of humorous stories, to be told at banquets. Hide Feedback Correct Romanesque architecture a. was light and airy with its lofty, vaulted ceilings and huge windows. b. employed thin walls, so Romanesque structures could not be very large. c. replaced the Gothic as the dominant European style of architecture. d. imitated ancient Roman structures with its use of massive walls to support rounded arches. Hide Feedback Correct The Divine Comedy describes Dante's journey through a. hell, purgatory, and paradise. b. the great courts of Europe. c. Persia and China. d. the streets of Rome. Hide Feedback Correct Gothic cathedrals gave expression to the medieval conception of a. an egalitarian universe. This study source was downloaded by 100000831988016 from CourseHero.com on 03-21-2022 06:01:45 GMT -05:00 https://www.coursehero.com/file/55777408/HIEU-201-Chapter-11-Quizdocx/ b. a hierarchical universe. c. a chaotic universe. d. an unknowable universe. Hide Feedback Correct The form of poetry known as courtly love a. was not influenced by noblewomen themselves. b. explored the husband-wife relationship. c. demonstrated the ways in which knights' devotion to women weakened their character and led to ruin. d. expressed a changing attitude toward women by assigning noble ladies superior qualities of virtue. Hide Feedback Correct The Song of Roland a. contained the tales of King Arthur and his fabled Round Table. b. is a masterpiece of English literature by Geoffrey Chaucer. c. featured Charlemagne and expressed the feudal ethic of loyalty and devotion. Hide Feedback Correct All of the following contributed to the Twelfth-Century Awakening EXCEPT a. the imposing of more order and stability by kings and great lords. b. the revival of trade and the growth of towns. c. the translation into Latin of ancient Greek works. d. the rejection of Islamic and Byzantine cultures. Hide Feedback Correct According to medieval Christian theology, a. God had abandoned the human race because of its sinfulness, and all people were destined for damnation. b. knowledge was good for its own sake, apart from any religious considerations. c. human beings occupied a position in the universe above the animals and below the angels. d. human beings occupied a spiritual position that was higher than the angels and next to God himself. Hide Feedback Correct Scholastic philosophy was a product of a. a rejection of Aristotle's works because they were derived from Muslim sources. b. the desire to refute articles of faith by the application of Aristotelian thought. c. an attempt to reconcile classical reason and Christian faith and to make Aristotelian philosophy acceptable to [Show More]

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