Good Morning / Afternoon. Welcome to MAY!!! FYI- There are only 7 more “A” Days 8 days of class before finals. Quote of the Day # 12. “ The real meaning of enlightenment is to gaze with undimmed eyes on all darknesses . ” -Kazantzakis. May 4 th. Outcomes
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Welcome to MAY!!!
FYI- There are only 7 more “A” Days
8days of class before finals.
“The real meaning of enlightenment is to gaze with undimmed eyes on all darknesses.”
Students will begin to explore the enlightenment
Students will continue to study how the enlightenment changed society.
To Do List
Pass back papers
Movie Clip-Amazing Grace
5 points / influences from the enlightenment
“Listening to the Past” Voltaire
Finish up notes- if there is time.
Be ready for a quiz
Tuesday: JV Track @ Newton
Soccer vs South ( Makeup)
Baseball vs East @ West Urban
Wednesday:Class Elections- Sophs
Diving @ East
“C” Soccer vs Northwest
Thursday:Swimming @ East ?????
Friday: 2:20 Dismissal- All School Rosary
Soccer @ St. Thomas Aquinas (KC)
Track @ Derby
JV / C Baseball @ Trinity
Saturday: Soccer @ Notre Dame de Sion (KC, MO)
Seniors going into their last week- STAY OUT OF THE WAY!
A French Word- what does that tell us about the enlightenment
Philosophers who challenged everything- meaning of life, God,
Human nature, good and evil, and cause and effect.
They were social elites who sought to influence other social
Elites- who were referred to as the “public”
How does this fit with the rest of the Enlightenment thinking?
Not so sure that everyone got it.
reading, challenging the world around them.
Humane, more tolerant, more reasonable
“It is difficult, if not impossible, for most people to think otherwise than in the fashion of their own period.”
--George Bernard Shaw