Topic 13 Renassaince anad Humanism - Coggle Diagram
Topic 13 Renassaince anad Humanism
It has become a way of thinking and living that revolved around a primordial initiative: at the center of the world is the human being, the image of God, a privileged creature, more worthy than each of the things on Earth.
he concept "rebirth" is derived from the French term meaning "rebirth"
The main ideological feature of Renaissance humanism has been anthropocentrism, that is, the importance that everything revolves around man.
It suggests that the human being is the center of construction.
Humanism remains in force in any ideology whose important beginning is respect for the human individual.
The fundamental thing is the people and should be the center of each one of the concerns
Awareness (conciencia): the mental state of knowing about something
Blacksmith (herrero): a person who makes and repairs iron objects
Forerunner (precursor/a): something or someone that acts as an early and less advanced model for what will appear in the future
Heresy (herejía): a belief that is against the principles of a particular religion
Marble (mármol): hard, smooth stone that is often used for decoration
Sage (sabio): a wise man
Seek (buscar/tratar): to try to find, get or achieve
Bonfire (hoguera) : a large fire that is made outside
Surpass (sobrepasar): to be, or do, better, or more than
To be tried (ser juzgado): to judge (someone or their case) in a court of law
Torque (torque): a force that causes something to rotate
DIFFUSION OF HUMANISM FOR EUROPE
The rapid diffusion of Italian humanism was due to:1
The epistolary relationship between men of European letters; and the first universities2
François Rabelais (1494-1553), who composed one of the first novels (Gargantua and Pantagruel).
Leonardo Bruni: He proposed forming to the students for an active service life to the community giving them a broad base and solid knowledge, ethical principles and capacity of written and spoken expression
Flavio Biondo (1392-1463) were the initiators of modern historiography
Leonardo da Vinci (1450–1519) is considered one of the greatest geniuses of all time.
Nicolas Machiavelli (1469-1527), founder of political science, who wrote the first dealt with how to conquer power and keep it.