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Renaissance humanism was a revival in the study of classical antiquity , at first in Italy and then spreading across Western Europe in the 14th, 15th, and 16th centuries. Contemporary use of the term humanism is consistent with the historical use prominent in that period, while Renaissance humanism is a retronym used to distinguish it from later humanist developments. Their vision was to return ad fontes "to the sources" to the simplicity of the New Testament, bypassing the complexities of medieval theology.
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The rediscovery, appropriation and further development of the accomplishments of the ancients had a crucial influence in all spheres of early modern culture. This lexicon of Renaissance Humanism traces these processes from the career of Petrarch to the period of the Reformation and confessionalization, in comprehensive articles covering topics, personalities and places of importance in the history of the Humanist movement. Translated and edited by Duncan A. Smart and Chad M. Login via Institution.
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Show all documents This bitter legacy has split her private life and lead her relations with society to an unsolvable ethical conflict. To explain disknowledge further, then, I begin Chapter 1 by addressing the state of learning in the age of late humanism. Humanism's reading and research tools, along with its curriculum of letters, remained the standard for both education and scholarship throughout the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. However, as I have already suggested, late humanism was beset with a crisis of confidence brought on by shifts in thinking about such issues as epistemology, matter theory, and the advisability of following classical models in shaping personal and national character.
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Philosophy and rhetoric revive their opposition in the Renaissance as the closed fist of theological and Aristotelian orthodoxy and the open palm of classical rhetorical humanism. But there are different arenas in which this opposition is played out: in the battle of the books; in the ambivalence inherent in the growth of rational method; in the opposition of dogma and interpretation, of Empire and Church and of speculation and observation; and of course in the opposition between scholasticism and humanism. Again, my interest here is not with a comprehensive historical account of these developments, but rather with the way they illustrate the continuing tension between rhetoric and philosophy, and between freedom and discipline. Unable to display preview.
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