The Importance Of Renaissance Humanism

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Beginning in the 14th century and extending to the 17th was the Renaissance period, which was a movement that happened in Europe according to the production of literature and art. The word Renaissance itself means the rebirth of visualizing art, architecture, politics, science, literature, in one word, culture. This movement started in Italy and later showed itself all over Europe. From this period of time a lot of artistes appear with great artwork growing the perspective of this movement. Jan Van Eyck, Wedding portrait of the Arnolfini, London – Leonardo DA Vinci, The last supper, Milan – Michelangelo, Creation of Adam, Vatican – Raphael, School of Athens, Vatican – Titian, Venus of Urbino, Florence – Giorgione, The Tempest, Venice are some …show more content…
In this day in age the best way to still follow Renaissance Humanism principle is to simply educate ourselves. I do this by getting an education, reading books, and writing to better educate myself of this world. Knowledge is power the more is known the more power given. With education come knowledge and with knowledge come success and that’s what people discovered in the middle ages. In the middle age society were focusing only on obedience, and people were expected to worship God and earned their way into the heaven by following the church rules and values. Some of these people began to question this way of living life on earth and started to study and translate the classical Greek and Latin to find out more about the ancient world. In other words, renaissance humanists started to develop themselves as individuals by looking into Greek and Latin manuscripts, art, paint, and architecture. As time passed by, a lot of people started to read the texts. A thirst for education took place! Wealthy family started to send their children out to schools to learn Greek, Latin, access to the ancient world ideas and also supported these schools. There could not be a new movement without

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