Renaissance Humanism and the Sanctification of the Conscience: Humanism & Modernity

Renaissance Humanism laid the foundations for modernity. So much so, neo-traditionalists—especially of the Western variety—condemn the Renaissance more-so than even the Enlightenment (which was, in many ways, a continuation of Renaissance ideals). The Renaissance in Europe principally emanated from Catholic clerics and intellectuals who engaged with Islam, post-Crusades, intellectually, rather than violently, and the recovering […]

Renaissance Humanism and the Sanctification of the Conscience: Humanism & Modernity