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RENAISSANCE. [ren-uh-sahns] Ivy Liadi (5). SUMMARY. 14th century Bridge to modern age Covers all aspects of intellectual discoveries : Classical arts Science Philosophy religion. CHANGES THAT OCCURRED. Importance was placed on individual education ;

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Renaissance

RENAISSANCE

[ren-uh-sahns]

Ivy Liadi (5)


Summary

SUMMARY

  • 14th century

  • Bridge to modern age

  • Covers all aspects of intellectual discoveries :

    • Classical arts

    • Science

    • Philosophy

    • religion


Changes that occurred

CHANGES THAT OCCURRED

  • Importance was placed on individual education;

  • Trade grew between cities/states and other countries;

  • Cities demanded self rule;

  • The demands of society shifted and became based on money instead of allegiances;

  • The humanisms acceptance on experimentation/ scientific methods;


Impact on our everyday life

IMPACT ON OUR EVERYDAY LIFE

  • Education => develop more civilised individuals;

  • Trade => driving force of today’s economy in the whole wide world;

  • Scientific experiments => the paintings lead to the establishment of the “blue print” of metropolitant world.


Impact on the world affairs

IMPACT ON THE WORLD AFFAIRS

  • Our world now moves towards a more knowledge based economy;

  • Development in trade that lead to globalisation;

  • Establishment of deterent mechanism (paintings and architecture), transportation;

  • More scientific minds (calculative);

  • Religion and politics are less mixed up.


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