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develop to the fullest their scholarly, artistic, and physical interests. Sandro BotticelliAdoration of the Magi1475
C100 THEMES COHORT| Rebirth of Classicism | Humanism | Rationalism | Scientific Expansion || University System | Individualism| Reformation |Individuals were encouraged to develop to the fullest their scholarly, artistic, and physical interests. Sandro Botticelli Self-PortraitSandro BotticelliAdoration of the Magi1475
C100 THEMES COHORT| Rebirth of Classicism | Humanism | Rationalism| Scientific Expansion || University System | Individualism| Reformation |As the interest in humanism increased during the Renaissance, nobles would construct their public identities based on their individual interests, a process that included how they dressed, how they behaved in social settings, and what areas of cultural interest they pursued.Stephen Greenblatt, coined the phrase "self-fashioning" to describe the process of fashioning one's individual sense of self and public persona according to a set of socially acceptable standards, something that is quite prominent today. Greenblatt identified this as a Renaissance attribute that defined mannerisms of dress, education, and behavior.Portrait of a Nobleman with a FalconHans Holbein the Younger, 1542
Self-Fashioning
C100 THEMES COHORT| Rebirth of Classicism | Humanism | Rationalism| Scientific Expansion || University System | Individualism| Reformation |As the interest in humanism increased during the Renaissance, nobles would construct their public identities based on their individual interests, a process that included how they dressed, how they behaved in social settings, and what areas of cultural interest they pursued.Stephen Greenblatt, coined the phrase "self-fashioning" to describe the process of fashioning one's individual sense of self and public persona according to a set of socially acceptable standards, something that is quite prominent today. Greenblatt identified this as a Renaissance attribute that defined mannerisms of dress, education, and behavior.King Henry VIII, Hans Holbein the Younger, 1536
Self-Fashioning
C100 THEMES COHORT| Rebirth of Classicism | Humanism | Rationalism| Scientific Expansion || University System | Individualism| Reformation |As the interest in humanism increased during the Renaissance, nobles would construct their public identities based on their individual interests, a process that included how they dressed, how they behaved in social settings, and what areas of cultural interest they pursued.Stephen Greenblatt, coined the phrase "self-fashioning" to describe the process of fashioning one's individual sense of self and public persona according to a set of socially acceptable standards, something that is quite prominent today. Greenblatt identified this as a Renaissance attribute that defined mannerisms of dress, education, and behavior.Portrait of a Nobleman with a FalconHans Holbein the Younger, 1542
Self-Fashioning
C100 THEMES COHORT| Rebirth of Classicism | Humanism | Rationalism| Scientific Expansion || University System | Individualism| Reformation |

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