To What Extent Did The Renaissance Change Man's View Of Man

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In the Middle ages man saw themselves through the eyes of God. When a man thought that his body was controlled by constellations, or believed in life where every man was called though a general order of god, and people preached in monasteries. When illiteracy was more than 85%, and most people were serfs or peasant farmers. How did the Renaissance change man’s view of man. The Renaissance was a new way of thinking, a new way of seeing, a time of humanism where a man’s priority was to better himself. The ways man’s view of man was changed in art, literature, anatomy, and astronomy from the 1300s to 1600s. Man’s view of man changed in art. Unlike the Middle ages where culture came more from the visual art, rather in the Renaissance people bagan
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