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One: Idealism

An important aesthetic idea of ​​ancient Greece is that harmony is beauty. The ancient Greeks put forward the idea of ​​golden proportions ancient Greek ancient Greece, and applied to painting and sculpture. The most fundamental idea of ​​the Pythagorean philosophical view is that the universe and the world are formed according to the relationship and principle of "numbers," and therefore it is the most harmonious "most regularity of numbers." In literary works, most men have extraordinary strength, handsome looks, and well-developed muscles. Women have stunning appearances and seductive bodies. In fact, God has the same disadvantages as humans, but they possess the divine power that they do not possess. In other words, God is only an idealized person.

II: Humanism
The core idea of ​​the Renaissance is that humanism is by no means accidental. Ancient Greek culture played an important role. The Greeks value personal values ​​and pursue freedom and enjoyment. There are often semi-god heroes in Greek mythology, such as Hercules, Theseus, Perseus, and so on. There is no need to give examples. Like God, God pursues women's colors and strives for victory.

III: Rationalism
The Greeks are unrestrained and have the so-called "dionysis". However, compared with other ethnic groups, the rational color is still more prominent. The ancient Greeks believe in the Egyptian ʻEgyptian worship of the sun god, the Indians worship more. The attitude of the Greeks toward God is more to say than to worship than to pursue longing. People even dare to make jokes. This rationalism allowed Socrates to drink poison for the truth. The Greeks applied this to philosophy, pondered the origin of the world, and explored the logic of public opinion; applied science to study the buoyancy of pulleys and found the mysteries of numbers.

Fourth; tragic.
The contradiction between one's own pursuit and fate forms a tragedy. Strictly speaking, each nation is tragic, but Greece is the thickest and it seems that only Japan is closer to it. Homer's epic is a representative of tragedy. Achilles and Hector are two typical tragic figures. The former is a conflict between its own pursuit and fate, while the latter is a contradiction between its own thinking and its national mission. Here is an ominous introduction.

Five: majestic.

This is a continuation of the above point. Tragedy is not about rewriting sadness but writing tragic grandeur. Most Greek epic plays embody heroism and have strong lyricism. High language, short sentence. The Greek architecture of the Parthenon temple is spectacular, and the image of the sculpture “Granulator” is reflected in this image.
Greece is a city federation, and each city is an independent slavery country with no unified government. The so-called Greek civilization is an all-inclusive civilization, as if it were Athens civilization, Trojan civilization, Sparta civilization, etc. More emphasis on philosophy, mathematics Science, astronomy and other sciences are generally more advanced. Roman civilization is more complex. Generally we speak of ancient Roman civilization as if it were the first Roman empire and the previous Roman Republic. Rome is unified from the point of view of the political system, the implementation of the federal The democratic system created and practiced the concept of democracy earlier. It resembles the current United States. Compared with Greek civilization, Rome is a powerful country, but civilization is far behind in Greece. Therefore, Roman civilization inherited from Greece. of.This point has similarities with the ancient dynasties of the Yuan and Qing dynasties in China. Ancient Rome was greatly influenced by Sparta, advocating the will, and there was a prototype of a potential idealist philosophy. In addition, the vastness of Roman territory made the Roman civilization even larger. The diversity, including inheritance, absorbed Greek civilization, Carthage civilization, Phoenician civilization, German civilization, Egyptian civilization and even early Christian civilization. Typical strong culture, influence, diversity, and openness..
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