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The Renaissance of Medieval Society
The Secularization of Government
Secularism in Society
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ancient Roman Aristotelian ascending theme baptismal rebirth baptismally reborn became began Bruni Carolingian renaissance century onwards Christian Church Cicero citizen civic classical clearly concept concerned contemporary context cosmology Dante divine grace doctrine ecclesiastical ecclesiological ecclesiological unit educational effects emergence emperor especially exempla expressed feudal fifteenth century fourteenth century function governmental Greek Hence historical humanist humanist renaissance humanitas Ibid idea intellectual John of Paris jurisprudence juristic king laity Latin Leonardo Bruni literary literature man's manifestations matters means medieval models mundane norms numerous observations Otto of Freising outlook papacy Petrarch philosophy political humanism precisely premisses programme proprietary church public law regenerated relevant religious renaissance humanism Roman law Rome ruler rulership Salutati secularization of government sense significance social society standpoint studia humanitatis supranatural theme of government thirteenth century Thomist topic tract traditional translation twelfth century unipolarity universal unregenerated vernacular vita activa writings