An Analysis of the Renaissance and the Rise of the Medieval City


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An Analysis of the Renaissance and the Rise of the Medieval City
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The important evolutionary process in which medieval thought transitioned into the renaissance was based on the Grecian Aristotelian philosophical principles that had become important in medieval scholastics. Aristotle represented a distinct break from the primarily theological belief in the causation of all things stemming from the Christian doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church via that God was a causal beginning of all creation.
The Evolution of Medieval to Renaissance Thought in Sciences
In the late medieval era, Aristotle was taking on greater importance in the growing secular analysis of science as “cause and effect” relationships, which would...
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.....mmerce, but it also provide physical safety from the marauding armies that constantly attacked each other for larger acquisitions of fiefdoms in the late 13th and 14th centuries.
Works Cited:
Aristotle. “Metaphysics.” 2010. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. November 28, 2010. <>
Aquinas, Thomas. “The Summa Theologica.” 2005. Christian Classics Ethereal Library. 29 August. 2006. <>
Gies, Joseph. Life in a Medieval City. New York: HarperCollins, 1981.
Pounds, Norman. The Medieval City. New York: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2005.
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