Renaissance Essay | Humanism, Classicalism, and Ecclesiastical Authoritarianism

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Humanism, Classicalism, and Ecclesiastical Authoritarianism

Summary: Humanism classicalism and ecclesiastical authoritarianism in the western civilizations during the Renaissnce.
"A new and thoroughgoing reformation, an amelioration of the faith and a renovation of the clergy," are the ideas during the transition from the Renaissance to the Reformation. During the Renaissance humanism was widely spread and encouraged by artists, writers and the modern day government. Classicalism was the base for literature, music and architecture. Humanism and Classicalism beliefs disintegrated as the Reformations came into effect. Secularism was being recognized during the 16th century but was the key element during the 17th century to have a successful government. The idea of Ecclesiastical Authoritarianism also declined during the Renaissance and the Reformations. The Catholic and Protestant Reformations was a repudiation of Renaissance beliefs as new ideas and beliefs for living were established.

Humanism, "the study of writings of the ancient Greeks and Romans directed to articulating a new emphasis on worldly, human concerns in contemporary life." During...

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