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Physical Activity in Renaissance and Reformation time period (history of)


Lecture number:
6
Pages:
8
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Alabama
Course:
Kin 300 - Intro to Kinesiology
Edition:
1

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KIN 300 Lecture 6 Outline of Last Lecture II Education and Physical Education in Medieval Times III Dark Ages IV Middle Ages V Views of Body VI Religion VII Goals VIII Development IX Physical Education of Peasants X Late Middle Ages XI Scholasticism XII Thomas Aquinas Outline of Current Lecture I Renaissance and Reformation a Cultural Changes b Philosophers and Educators i Martin Luther ii John Calvin Current Lecture The Renaissance The Reformation 1300 1600 Renaissance The Renaissance was an intellectual reawakening Rebirth of thinking Renaissance means rebirth or revival of the classics specifically Aristotle Plato Reintroduced Greek and Roman thought in intellectual circles Adopted Humanism the Humanistic approach These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute Emphasized Admiration for the ancient Greeks Romans The job of living enjoyment of physical body Have sex eat what you want enjoy your body Engaging in physical activity as an art form not warfare Renaissance During this time the Church had to compete with the philosophies literature and paganism of ancient Greece and Rome especially pertaining to the view of the body Reintroduced the idea of physical activity as an art form rather than simply training for warfare The ideal of the Renaissance Man evolved a well rounded individual who used the body to develop discipline character Focus on exercise for fun and it s different forms Physically fit and having a sculpted body Reformation The Reformation was an effort to reform the Church Church told people what to think but the Reformation would change this People began to love their body as well as God Old ideals about the body developed by Greeks Romans reemerged specifically that the body housed the soul as such the body could not be degraded Eventually leading to the though that the quality of the soul could be determined from the behaviors of the person



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