Quiz Lesson 2: Scholé in the Classical Tradition
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Who said that “happiness among the people…listening to the bard near tables filled with bread and meats, and wine” were the most beautiful things, worthy of contemplation?CorrectIncorrect
Plato believed that a variety of people could participate in scholé (democratization of scholé).CorrectIncorrect
Why did the Romans struggle to embrace scholé?CorrectIncorrect
For the Greeks, ascholia (or occupation, industry, and business) was the primary concern!CorrectIncorrect
The Greek work “paideia” means what?CorrectIncorrect
Complete this phrase that stands for a 3-part harmony of human activity.
Work, , Scholé