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Foundations of Western Civilization II: A History of the Modern Western World Audible . The professor is learned, a good speaker, and engaging. Dr. Noble spends a fair amount of lecture time on Medieval Europe, fitting for being the Director of Medieval Studies at Notre Dame
Foundations of Western Civilization II: A History of the Modern Western World Audible Audiobook. Noble spends a fair amount of lecture time on Medieval Europe, fitting for being the Director of Medieval Studies at Notre Dame. As such, he really corrects a lot of historical "myths," such as the myth of the fall of the Roman Empire and the myth of the Dark Ages. As a survey course, there are many times when the listener is left asking, what about more x, or what about y? It is a survey course, though, and there's a lot of history to cover in 48 ~30min lectures.
Thomas F. X. Noble is Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame. Professor Noble was absolutely flawless! Knowledge of and passion for subject matter evident throughout course in every lecture. in History from Ohio University and his . in Medieval History from Michigan State University. Totally enjoyable experience.
What is Western civilization? According to Professor Noble, it is "much more than human and political geography," encompassing . Thomas F. Noble gives a Roman Catholic apologist vision of the History of Western Civilization.
What is Western civilization? According to Professor Noble, it is "much more than human and political geography," encompassing myriad forms of political and institutional structures - from monarchies to participatory republics - and its own traditions of political discourse. It involves choices about who gets to participate in any given society and the ways in which societies have resolved the tension between individual self-interest and the common good.
As in the title, Professor Thomas F. Noble discussed what he views as the fundamental concepts and the people who . Through 48 half-hour lectures, Professor Noble does a remarkable job of covering millennia of civilization as we This is the course I never took in high school or college. Noble discussed what he views as the fundamental concepts and the people who formed the Western part of the world from the beginnings in Mesopotamia through the Reformation. It did not feel like a simple rehashing of history. Really everybody should have this background, and Professor Noble seems born to teach it.
William Cohen, Professor Thomas F. Noble, Barry Strauss. Recognizing that factors outside the continent affected European history, the authors highlight Europe's place in the world throughout the narrative and in the primary source feature, "The Global Record.
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Noble begins his lecture series by asking the question, "Just what do we mean by The Foundations of Western . He knew that it was important to cover, but he didn't really seem to want to get too far into it.
Noble begins his lecture series by asking the question, "Just what do we mean by The Foundations of Western Civilization?" While this is certainly an interesting question and Prof. Noble provides some unusual insights into the concept, it is not the sort of question I want asked by someone who has 48 lectures on the topic. The rest of the lectures were an up-and-down affair. Good content followed by content that the professor seemed to feel obligated to include.
Discussing Western civilization from its origins in 3000 .
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