The fourteen essays in this 1996 volume provide a comprehensive introduction to Renaissance humanism.
Table of Contents
1. The origins of humanism Nicholas Mann; 2. Classical scholarship Michael D. Reeve; 3. Humanism in script and print in the fifteenth century Martin Davies; 4. The humanist reform of Latin and Latin teaching Kristian Jensen; 5. Humanist rhetoric and logic Peter Mack; 6. Humanists and the Bible Alistair Hamilton; 7. Humanism and the origins of modern political thought James Hankins; 8. Philologists and philosophers Jill Kraye; 9. Artists and humanists Charles Hope and Elizabeth McGrath; 10. Vernacular humanism in the sixteenth century Warren Boutcher; 11. The new science and the traditions of humanism Anthony Grafton; 12. Humanism and Italian literature M. L. McLaughlin; 13. Humanism and English literature in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries Clare Carroll; 14. Humanism and seventeenth-century English literature Joseph Loewenstein; A guide to further reading in English; Biographical index.
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