Humanism in the Renaissance
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The paper looks at what existed before humanism and the Renaissance and discusses how humanism and the Renaissance influenced religious thought. The paper explains that humanism was what allowed man to look into himself for answers and it was this looking inward that produced many Renaissance writers and philosophers who expressed personal opinions about the nature of the human and humanity's role in the universe.
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- Dresden, Sem. Humanism in the Renaissance. New York: World University Press, 1968.
- Todorov, Tzvetan. Imperfect Garden: The Legacy of Humanism. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002.
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