- 07/05/2019 at 1:14 pm #1350735EduGorillaKeymasterSelect Question Language :
The term “humanism” has two very different meanings. It is now used to describe the belief that human beings are self-sufficient, and have no need for God. During the Renaissance, however, humanism simply referred to the adaptation of classical learning to the needs of the present world.
Renaissance Humanism introduced a new and more positive view of humankind and also a spirit of critical enquiry that would, eventually, lead to a profound questioning of received ideas.
Which one of the following can you infer from the given argument?
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In its modern sense humanism is incompatible with religious belief.
Renaissance Humanism was at loggerheads with faith in God.
Renaissance Humanism led to the revival of received learning.
Latin and Greek culture are alive in terms of their present-day relevance.
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