Tijdvak 5 - Renaissance en Reformatie - les 13

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Discussing grades


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Grades for your Diary

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What did we talk about before the holiday?

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In which Italian city did the Renaissance start?

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What does Renaissance mean?
End of the middle ages
Change of mentality
It's french for rebirth

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The motto/mentality changed from memento mori to carpe diem, which means?
Enjoy life!
Remember life is a gift from god
Life is all about working hard

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Thanks to the invention of the printing press, Renaissance ideas could be spread quickly across Europe. Why is this true?

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What do we call people who studied classical texts?

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Looking at the previous picture. Is this art from the Renaissance or the Middle Ages?
Middle Ages

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3.4 Humanism and Erasmus
Humanists are inspired by the Classical works and mostly study its literature. They believed that humans could grow and develop themselves. 

To accomplish personal groth for everyone they thought education and upbringing were very important. 

 As an individual you only live once and therefore you have to make something beautiful of your life AND society. (Motto?)

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3.4 Humanism and Erasmus
Humanists were very critical of society. 
Erasmus writes the Praise of Folly, where he expresses his criticism of the Church leadership. 

For humanists, the ideal man is the Homo Universalis. 

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See you tomorrow!
Make sure you keep up with the homework!

Read 3.4!

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