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Question 1: The ________ saw the return to valuation of the material world, and this shift is reflected in art forms, which show the corporeality of the human body, and the three-dimensional reality of landscape.
Italian RenaissanceRenaissanceWestern art historyBaroque

Question 2: Since the late ________, a central justification for the Humanities has been that it aids and encourages self-reflection, a self-reflection which in turn helps develop personal consciousness and/or an active sense of civic duty.
Eugène DelacroixRomanticism19th century18th century

Question 3: (see also ________)[citation needed]
Egyptian pantheonSolar deityProto-Indo-European religionCreation myth

Question 4: Some, like ________, have claimed that the humanities can defend themselves best by refusing to make any claims of utility.
Duke UniversityStanley FishColumbia UniversityYale University

Question 5: This began with ________ and is not painting in strict sense.

Question 6: There is not a formalised register of different colours in the way that there is agreement on different notes in music, such as C or C# in music, although the ________ system is widely used in the printing and design industry for this purpose.
PantoneColor modelRGB color modelNatural Color System

Question 7: Through that narrative imagination, it is claimed, humanities scholars and students develop a ________ more suited to the multicultural world in which we live.

Question 8: And law is economics, because any rule about contract, tort, property law, labour law, ________ and many more can have long lasting effects on the distribution of wealth.
Business judgment ruleCorporate lawCompanies lawUltra vires

Question 9: Definitions of what constitutes dance are dependent on social, cultural, ________ artistic and moral constraints and range from functional movement (such as Folk dance) to codified, virtuoso techniques such as ballet.
AestheticsDavid HumeArthur SchopenhauerApplied aesthetics

Question 10: However, that term also describes the philosophical position of ________, which some "antihumanist" scholars in the humanities reject.
Immanuel KantDavid HumeAtheismHumanism

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