Art in ancient Greece Essay | Essay

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Early Greek Art

Summary: Provides an analysis of early Greek architecture, sculpture, and architectural sculpture. Describes how three beliefs really define Greece and its perspective, humanism, reason and order. Details how these three beliefs are reflected in Greek art.
Greece is a completely different civilization compared to what existed before in the world. Greece has cultural roots within its civilization that make it an extremely advanced nation for its time. Three beliefs really define Greece and its perspective. First is Humanism. Humanism explains that "man" is the measure of all things- the self. Greeks taught a humanistic education, which meant to have a sound mind and body. The goal within the education and society was to create the perfect individual. Another belief was Reason, Greece focused a tremendous amount on logic and intelligence because they believed that was part of what made a perfect individual. Finally Order- Greeks believed the order of nature and reason is beautiful and simple, beauty equals knowledge. All these philosophies created the first civilization to be built on the principles of democracy. Greeks defined democracy as the average citizen having a say...

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