Write a 5-7 page essay (double-spaced) in which you research a focused topic related to this theme.
As you develop your research, you should focus a research question to drive your purpose:
What is the relationship between Andy Warhol and fame?
Subtopics to discuss in Essay:
- What is the relationship between Andy Warhol’s pop art movement and the 1960s situation in New York?
- What distinguishes Andy Warhol from other Pop Artists?
- Description of Andy Warhol’s “Campbell’s Soup Cans”
- Andy Warhol’s friendship with Jean-Michel Basquiat and their influence on each other
corollaries: licit infidel possession of dominium and freedom of religious choice. The legality of infidel dominium was related to the fact that God had made it ‘natural for common property to be neglected’ and that ‘lordship, possession and jurisdiction…were made not only for the faithful but for every rational creature’, meaning that infidels enjoyed equality in this respect under human law. Panormitanus, in his own commentary on Quod super his in the fifteenth century, concurred with Innocent that ‘infidels acquire dominium licitly’ along with all rational creatures. The non-believer within Europe couldn’t have his property despoiled simply due to the fact of his unbelief, just as infidel princes couldn’t be deposed of their dominia, even if they had Christian subjects. Such rights accompanied the assertion that, by the law of nature, ‘all men are free’ to provide non-Christians with freedom of choice in their religion. Thus non-Christians also enjoyed a degree of legal toleration, for ‘all men should be left to use their free will and only the grace of God has any effect in this’. Even in the Consilia of Oldradus de Ponte, a Hostiensian, the general belief that ‘no one is forced into even the Catholic faith’ is drawn from Gratian’s statement that man is created by God with freedom of choice (liberi arbitrii). The freedom of choice ingrained in natural creation and present in legal form in the ius gentium was necessarily translated onto and upheld in human law. It seems likely that Innocent IV’s discussion of the legal relationships between Christians and infidels was also influenced by concepts encountered in his canon law studies. Innocent might be linked to subjective understanding of natural ius which Brian Tierney has traced amongst the glossators of Gratian’s Decretum from the twelfth century onwards, and in particular amongst the Decretists in Bologna. The early Bolognese glossators, whom Innocent would have read, defined natural ius as conduct that was both ‘licit and approved’ in language similar to Innocent’s statement that infidels naturally held ‘possessions and jurisdictions licitly and without sin.’ In the works of Rufinus, Simon of Bisignano, Huguccio, and Ricardus Anglicus there emerged an application of the idea of ius as a righ>GET ANSWER