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brings people’s moral consciousness to right reason. This consciousness should bring people to a perfect way of life, which is called Bliss. […] non est poetices finis imitatio, sed doctrina iucunda, qua mores animorum deducantur ad rectam rationem, ut ex iis consequatur homo perfectam actionem, qua

In: Daniel Heinsius, Auriacus, sive Libertas saucia (Orange, or Liberty Wounded), 1602

–102: “Quicquid in altum Fortuna tulit, ruitura levat”, to which it is often added that one would therefore be better off living a simple life (cf. ll. 728–735). Victory over the passions (2) 131–168 Prima—premunt Controlling the passions and the attendant invincibility form the subject of these lines too. But

In: Daniel Heinsius, Auriacus, sive Libertas saucia (Orange, or Liberty Wounded), 1602
Author: Letizia Fusini

, not only we can say that “what happens to tragedy in the twentieth century is not that it dies, but that it mutates into modernism” 3 but also that “if modernism lends the tragic impulse a new lease of life, it is not least because of the return to mythology.” 4 Therefore, is tragedy intrinsically

In: Dionysus on the Other Shore

. Impact of the Cultural Settings The cultural institutions were the focal point of arts learning for teachers, and in that sense, they provided both inspiration and a sense of purpose for arts education. The settings acted as a constant stimulant for creativity and they motivated teachers to participate

In: Perspectives on Arts Education Research in Canada, Volume 2