Home Browse Books Book details, The Seven Liberal Arts in the . The lecture series on which this book is based was put together in 1977. Publication year: 1983. Contributors: David L. Wagner. Includes content by: David L.
Home Browse Books Book details, The Seven Liberal Arts in the Middle Ages. The Seven Liberal Arts in the Middle Ages. Professor Morrison's lecture and those devoted to the individual arts were delivered during the academic year 1977-78. The series concluded the following November with Professor McInerny's lecture.
The Seven Liberal Arts: A Study in Mediaeval Culture (Classic Reprint). Wagner gathered experts for this anthology. The book presents the spectrum of the arts in a great cohesion.
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The Liberal arts (Latin: artes liberales), also known as the Seven liberal . Wagner, David Leslie (1983). Indiana University Press. ISBN 978-0-253-35185-2.
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The liberal arts, also known as the seven liberal arts, are those subjects or skills that in classical antiquity were . David L. Wagner, The Seven Liberal Arts in Middle Ages, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1983.
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All students started by attending the arts faculty. Continuing at the faculty of arts led to a licentiate or master’s degree in the liberal arts. Thus it was not unusual for students to study for up to fifteen years. As at Latin schools, the subjects taught were the septem artes liberales (the seven liberal arts): rhetoric, grammar, dialectics, arithmetic, geometry, astronomy and music. Most students completed this course of studies, which was comparable to the standard of a modern-day academic secondary school. After two to three years they could obtain a first academic degree, the baccalaureus artium.