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AP Euro Primary Sources Renaissance Test

Utopia
by Sir Thomas Moore, discusses ideal (communist?) world that is lead by men
On the Oration of Man
by Pico della Mirandola, Positive Platonic view on the potential of men and their capabilities. Shows that men have free will and have the ability to chose whether to act like angels or animals. (Radical- Individualism)
Gargantua
by Rabaleis, was about how excited everyone was about the education improvements from the Medieval era to the Renaissance
Book of the Courier
by castiglione, wants the ideal courier to be well rounded in everything (Renaissance man)
Don Quixote
by Cervantes, first novel, poked fun at medieval culture and hierarchy
In Praise of Folly
By Erasmus, Satire about the papacy and clergy, says to go back to an earlier time of church (Christian Humanism)
The prince
by machiavelli, about how the ideal Prince should act; deceitful, feared, dishonest
Book of the City of Ladies
De pizan, Feminism, Wanted education for women. Used real examples of how women were suppressed in society
Handbook of the christian knight
by erasmus, expressed belief about how religion should come from within as opposed to the ritual ceremonies and Sacrements
Women in the renaissance
joan kelly godal, The Renaissance was a period of cultural freedom for men, but cultural constriction for women. Ex/ Lost right to choose lover, treated as objects

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Utopia
by Sir Thomas Moore, discusses ideal (communist?) world that is lead by men
On the Oration of Man
by Pico della Mirandola, Positive Platonic view on the potential
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