Aesthetics and Aisthesis: New Perspectives and

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In Rome from 1509 to 1511, he painted the Stanza della Segnatura ("Room of the Signatura") frescoes located in the Palace of the Vatican. Land reform was begun to wean the peasantry away from the influence of political parties. A wide stream of thinkers, writers including language scholars, lawyers, philosophers, and historians. As a result of the wider availability of books, literacy rates in Europe dramatically increased. While the learning of the elite classes tended to emphasize the importance of disciplining the inner person in the light of the values recorded in the Chinese classics, representatives of less-educated groups generated a broader variety of proposals, many of which gave priority to bodily disciplines.

Pages: 170

Publisher: Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften (December 20, 2002)

ISBN: 3906768406

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