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    • physical and mental, of the Renaissance. And no single part of human life
    • intellectual spheres the Renaissance worked its wonders, and the dream of
    • With the rise of the new thinking of the Renaissance, however, men began to
    • Renaissance investigators like Leonardo da Vinci would have seemed
    • As Renaissance man learned to take possession of the earth with his
    • Parallel with the humanistic impulses of the Renaissance ran the current of
    • the world began a conflict which was to lead to the Renaissance in Germany,
    • Chartres, eminent as a humanist long before the Renaissance, the secretary
    • Dominican monk, leader of the reaction against the Renaissance, the dogmatic
    • genius of the Renaissance, the archetype of the “new man,” the very
    • Pico della Mirandola, famous Renaissance scholar and writer, collector of
    • Renaissance. By others it is remembered as the time the Portuguese
    • VIII. He did much to introduce the humanist teachings of the Renaissance
    • events of the Renaissance period. In these years the Aldine edition of Plato
    • for the Renaissance, while his permission to sell indulgences for the benefit
    • adherents of the new learning of the Renaissance, the Pimander of Hermes
    • typical of the “new man” of the Renaissance: scholar, courtier,



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