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January 7, 2005 Focus Question Outline How did the Humanist ideal of the power of the individual create a revolution in art, letters and politics in Europe during the Renaissance? Assumed: There was a revolution in art, letters and politics in Europe during the Renaissance. The Humanist ideal was power of the individual. Required to know: What happened during the revolutions in art, letters, and politics Knowledge of humanism. January 7, 2005 Focus Question Draft
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How did the Humanist ideal of the power of the individual create a revolution in art, letters and politics in Europe during the Renaissance? During the Renaissance, the Humanist movement led society to become focused on the power of the individual. Humanism’s appeal was that the person did not need to rely on any other force but themselves. This was in sharp contrast with the previous focus on the power of divinity. Each individual in society felt empowered and important from humanism. Humanistic views influenced many of the parts of everyday life for people in
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