Tripping Through Time

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  • 469

    Socrates (469 B.C 399 B.C. ) #1

    Socrates (469 B.C 399 B.C. ) #1
    Socrates, a Greek philosopher, was born around 469 B.C and died around 399 B.C. He is most commonly known for his fundamental ethics and contributions to the Hellenistic Era. Socrates, despite his countless contributions to the culture of Greece, was brought to trail due to his distinct differences in ideas and concept as those normally accepted in society. Socrates’ philosophical inquiry involved the questioning of peoples authority and being quizzical about the positions that a person may ass
  • 469

    Socrates (469 B.C 399 B.C. ) #2

    Socrates (469 B.C 399 B.C. ) #2
    His beliefs consisted of being able to question with the great word “why” to those higher in power and being able to speak up what lays in one’s mind. Socrates was also known to have a great influence on the youthful minds during the ancient society. He was accused of the corruption of the young minds and infusing the youthful minds into the discussion of criticism in the Athenian society.
  • 469

    Socrates (469 B.C 399 B.C. ) #3

    Socrates (469 B.C 399 B.C. )  #3
    "Esteemed friend, citizen of Athens, the greatest city in the world, so outstanding in both intelligence and power, aren't you ashamed to care so much to make all the money you can, and to advance your reputation and prestige--while for truth and wisdom and the improvement of your soul you have no care or worry?"
  • 469

    Socrates (469 B.C 399 B.C. ) #4

    Socrates (469 B.C 399 B.C. ) #4
    was a quote by Socrates said before his death that epitomizes his great belief in what he thinks to be correct. Socrates contemplated that Athens would soon come to realize that the questioning and that wisdom that he tried to convey to the city, which they resented brutality would come and influence them. It portrays the strength and strong will power of a man who society turned their backs to and thought was a sinner.
  • 551

    Confucius (551 B.C 479 B.C.) #1

    Confucius  (551 B.C  479 B.C.) #1
    Confucius, a man born of Chinese nationality and one of the most influential people in modern society, was born on 551 B.C and passed away around 479 B.C. The philosophy of Confucius amplified the correct demeanor between two relationships such as that of a brother and sister, mother and son etc. He illustrated what he believed to be the correct values of a person and gained a philosophical name called Confucianism, which even today plays a big role in families and the connection between people.
  • 551

    Confucius (551 B.C 479 B.C.) #2

    Confucius  (551 B.C  479 B.C.)  #2
    . One of his most historic and deep teachings are of those of the explicit rules of one’s behavior. He believed that those elderly should have respect from those lower and strongly believed in the ethical morals of a person, these morals can now be seen vividly in many countries, especially those in Asia, such as China, Japan, Korean, Indonesia etc.
  • 551

    Confucius (551 B.C 479B.C) #3

    Confucius (551 B.C 479B.C) #3
    “In serving your father and mother you ought to dissuade them from doing wrong in the gentlest way. If you see your advice being ignored, you should not become disobedient but remain reverent. You should not complain even if in so doing you wear yourself out.” Was a quote spoken by Confucius that portrayed his belief system which was known as the five principles of relationships?
  • 551

    Confucius (551 B.C 479B.C) #4

    Confucius (551 B.C 479B.C) #4
    This being one between a father and son which illustrates that a younger, in this case being the son, should always be obedient to the father and have a demeanor that shows no signs of resentfulness or disrespect. Confucius was a man who many respected, and saw to have great ideas and concepts that influence modern society today.
  • Jan 28, 814

    Charlemagne (742 28 Jan 814. ) #1

    Charlemagne (742  28 Jan 814. ) #1
    Charlemagne, the king of the French, was born around 742 and died on 28 January 814. He was known for his great power in the military and his core skills in war. Charlemagne was crowned emperor after showing such great strength and leading so many people into victory. As a king, Charlemagne began his reformation as he showed pity and love for the peasants. He investigated the powers of the investigators as well as expanded their work.
  • Jan 28, 814

    Charlemagne (742 28 Jan 814. ) #2

    Charlemagne (742  28 Jan 814. ) #2
    He prescribed their duties in documents called capitularies and sent them out in teams of two, a churchman and a noble. They rode to all parts of the realm, inspecting government, administering justice, and reawakening all citizens to their civil and religious duties.” He brought along many changes as well as reformations that showed how much of a great king he was until he passed away leaving his three sons.
  • Jan 28, 814

    Charlemagne (742 28 Jan 814. ) #3

    Charlemagne (742  28 Jan 814. ) #3
    “To have another language is to possess a second soul.” showed his open mindedness to many other cultures as well as traditions. I would say that this means that learning another language is a door to another culture, and as you express yourself differently in another language, you can almost have another personality.
  • Jan 28, 814

    Charlemagne (742 28 Jan. 814. ) #4

    Charlemagne (742  28 Jan. 814. ) #4
    He allowed many other people to influence him as well as feel for those that were in need. He did not look below other to taunt but he looked to help those and also led a goof fight when needed such as in battle.
  • Apr 14, 1452

    Da Vinci (1452 - 1519) #1

    Da Vinci (1452 - 1519) #1
    Leonardo Da Vinci (1452 - 1519) is most commonly known for his great contributions and artworks during the Renaissance, and that of the most famous being The Mona Lisa. During the Italian Renaissance the creation of art and the rebirth of old ideas were brought to the attention of many. Da Vinci brought about the techniques of art and the different art works that he showed to many people during the Italian Renaissance.
  • Apr 14, 1452

    Da Vinci (1452 - 1519) #2

    Da Vinci (1452 - 1519) #2
    He opened the minds of many people as he as well as many other artist showed perceptive of not only religious figured but also secular ideas such as the human idea, which was greatly embraced and seen as beauty as the time. Thanks to him and many other people began to realize the creativity of art and the beauty of nature that was portrayed by these famous artists and their famous artworks.
  • Apr 14, 1452

    Da Vinci (1452 - 1519) #3

    Da Vinci (1452 - 1519) #3
    “Although nature commences with reason and ends in experience it is necessary for us to do the opposite that is to commence with experience and from this to proceed to investigate the reason.” was spoken by Leonardo Da Vinci during the Renaissance when he showed everyone the beauty of nature and that power that humans could have.
  • Apr 14, 1452

    Da Vinci (1452 - 1519) #4

    Da Vinci (1452 - 1519) #4
    He expressed through his paintings his emotions and sensitive feelings that were not really openly suggested by people during the time. The Italian Renaissance age birth to such new ideas and opened peoples mind about beauty and nature. Having coming out of a dark period after the European plague people appreciated the artwork that shaped their society and continues to do the same with ours.
  • Nov 10, 1483

    Martin Luther (1483-1546) #1

    Martin Luther (1483-1546) #1
    Martin Luther born of 1483 was a man who most was known for his triumph change in the Catholic Church. He is still today known for his contributions such as the 95 thesis which led to the reformation of the church and the eventual cleansing of the popes. He believed that the indulgences that were sold by the popes for the buying of drinks and immoral behaviors were incorrect and he stood to fix them. He along with his many followers argued that these indulgences must be stopped.
  • Nov 10, 1483

    Martin Luther (1483-1546) #2

    Martin Luther (1483-1546) #2
    He also believed that the bible could be interpreted in whatever way one chooses and the attendance in the church was not needed. He also believed that faith and only faith was needed for the salvation from Christ and that the listening to the wrong Popes would cause man to sin. He was known for his strong belief in the change and reformation during the Northern Renaissance.
  • Nov 10, 1483

    Martin Luther (1483-1546) #3

    Martin Luther (1483-1546) #3
    “Hence those who preach indulgences are in error when they say that a man is absolved and saved from every penalty by the pope's indulgences.” Is a quote said by Luther that was consisted in the 95 thesis? Here he shows that the wrong doing of the popes must be stopped and the selling of indulgences for the buying of alcoholic beverages was wrong. He expressed his ideas and thoughts to many who followed him into the reformation of the Catholic Church.
  • Nov 10, 1483

    Martin Luther (1483-1546) #4

    Martin Luther (1483-1546) #4
    Although not fully reformed he was able to bring change before his death in 1546. He also declined the number of the church followers who were now following Luther because of the belief that one mustn’t need to go to church for the education about the bible and the interpretations of the bible could be done.
  • Jan 28, 1491

    King Henry VIII (1491-1547) #4

    King Henry VIII (1491-1547) #4
    for necessity compels me to plague you for a reply, having been for more than a year now struck by the dart of love, and being uncertain either of failure or of finding a place in your heart and affection..." was a quote to one of his mistresses as he tried with one of them to bore a son that would success in taking over.
  • Jun 28, 1491

    King Henry VIII (1491-1547) #1

    King Henry VIII (1491-1547) #1
    King Henry VIII (1491-1547) was a man known for his role in the Renaissance and his change and creation of a Church of England. This church was created due to King Henry VIII dislike of the rules and the rituals of the Catholic Church. He believed that he should be able to divorce himself of his wife due to her inability to bore him a son. Because he was king he was in desperate need of a son to follow him up in his throne and his present wife during the time,
  • Jun 28, 1491

    King Henry VIII (1491-1547) #2

    King Henry VIII (1491-1547) #2
    Catharine, not being able to do so, he chose to marry another woman and yet another until he could find himself a son. He then created a new church which would allow him to divorce his wife and take upon another until he was found a son to inherit his throne. He helped with the reformation of England and caused many people to frown upon his actions as he went against most.
  • Jun 28, 1491

    King Henry VIII (1491-1547) #3

    King Henry VIII (1491-1547) #3
    "In debating with myself the contents of your letters I have been put to a great agony; not knowing how to understand them, whether to my disadvantage as shown in some places, or to my advantage as in others. I beseech you now with all my heart definitely to let me know your whole mind as to the love between us;
  • Jul 15, 1509

    John Calvin (1509-1564) #1

    John Calvin (1509-1564) #1
    John Calvin was born on July 15 1509, and died on the 27th day of May in 1564. Calvin was a great French pastor during the Protestant Reformation. He was recruited to help with the reformation of the church in Geneva and cause many controversial ideas that contradicted to those of Martin Luther. He believed that the indulgences sold by the priest should be allowed but scrutinized so that the unhealthy selling would not occur. He also added to the serviced music.
  • Jul 15, 1509

    John Calvin (1509-1564) #2

    John Calvin (1509-1564) #2
    Although not fully supported by Geneva he did have followers and with that moral support he expressed his feelings towards the separation of power between the State and the Church. He believed that man was always sinned that they were predestined by God so those no matter what was done in their lives would be chosen by the Lord ahead of time to be in salvation of God and those who weren’t would die.
  • Jul 15, 1509

    John Calvin (1509-1564) #3

    John Calvin (1509-1564) #3
    “The doctrine of Election and Predestination. It is useful, necessary, and most sweet. Ignorance of it impairs the glory of God, plucks up humility by the roots, begets and fosters pride. The doctrine establishes the certainty of salvation, peace of conscience, and the true origin of the Church.”
  • Nov 15, 1509

    John Calvin (1509-1564) #4

    John Calvin (1509-1564) #4
    This quote was written in Calvin’s work called religion where he showed his belief that humans were predestined and that no action of man could change what his fate had for him. It was the choice of the lord to choose his children that were to be saved by him during the last years of their lives. And that all man was sinned from the beginning.
  • Jesus Christ (7–2 BC – 30–36 AD) #1

    Jesus Christ (7–2 BC – 30–36 AD) #1
    Jesus Christ (7–2 BC – 30–36 AD) is the founder and central figure of the most practiced religion today: Christianity. He was born to Mother Mary and Father Joseph, of Jewish nationality. He was later known in his life to be the Messiah of Israel. People, some people, believe him to be the divine within the human flesh. Christ is known for his most influential teachings to the poor during the time.
  • Jesus Christ (7–2 BC – 30–36 AD) #2

    Jesus Christ (7–2 BC – 30–36 AD)  #2
    He was known for his kindheartedness and his affection for those that were maybe not as wealthy or not as good as he or to hers were. He brought upon new ideas and concepts that opened the eyes of many and gave them the strength to have will in their own belief. Although he was respected by many, along the way many disliked him or his new teachings and it inevitably led to his death, caused by crucification, which did not lead to the abolishment of his teachings.
  • Jesus Christ (7–2 BC – 30–36 AD) #3

    Jesus Christ (7–2 BC – 30–36 AD)  #3
    “Let not the wise man boast of his wisdom or the strong man boast of his strength or the rich man boast of his riches, but let him who boasts boast about this: that he understands and knows me, that I am the LORD, who exercises kindness, justice and righteousness on earth, for in these I delight,” was spoken by Christ,
  • Jesus Christ (7–2 BC – 30–36 AD) #4

    Jesus Christ (7–2 BC – 30–36 AD)  #4
    which showed his strong belief in kindness for all and forgiveness to those who might do wrong. These teachings strongly appealed to those who were below the normal standard or who have been resented from their society. It gave them moral strength and allowed them to defend themselves with his teachings, although there were many who did not approve he was still respected by those higher in power than he.