Humanism And The Renaissance In Rome

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Humanists had a great impact on society and the renaissance in Rome. They stressed ideas and beliefs that were more than just religion. People were expected to devote their lives to the church, humanists broke free from this expectation to focus on personal interests. The founder of humanism, Petrarch, had spread his ideas in Italy, which later on, his idea’s found its way to Rome. What also helped was the typewriter, it helped spread messages around Rome faster and more efficiently. Now, what would happen if we erased this all, and started at the bottom, where humanism wasn’t anything in Rome, and all these idea’s hadn’t flourished and spread within the country and city. Even though, humanism had a great impact on the renaissance, I think
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