new humanistic

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  • Christine de Pizan combined contemporary images through illumination with new humanistic values typically associated with print.
  • Why should the new humanistic studies have developed religious fervor in Germany and England, in place of the patriotic fervor of the Italian scholars? Cited from The History Of Education, By Ellwood P. Cubberley
  • Greek also was restored to the western world, and a reformed Latin, Greek, and Hebrew were given the place of first importance in the new humanistic school. Cited from The History Of Education, By Ellwood P. Cubberley
  • They were, however, a class, and a very small class at that, and though the result of their work was the creation of a new humanistic secondary school, this still ministered to the needs of but a few. Cited from The History Of Education, By Ellwood P. Cubberley
  • New ideas in architecture, art, and learning were carried back to France, French scholars traveled to Italy, and early in the sixteenth century Paris became a center for the new humanistic studies. Cited from The History Of Education, By Ellwood P. Cubberley
  • The university instruction in the ancient languages was now placed on a much higher plane, and a new humanistic renaissance took place (p. 462) which deeply influenced both university and gymnasial training. Cited from The History Of Education, By Ellwood P. Cubberley
  • The representation of artists and buyers and artists and connoisseurs reflects already the new humanistic conception of art that the painter makes the subjective opinion of an expert-dependent.
  • The women who really achieve the higher culture should make it their "cause" or "mission" to work out the new humanistic or liberal education which the old college claimed to stand for and which now needs radical reconstruction to meet the demands of modern life. Cited from Youth: Its Education, by G. Stanley Hall
  • In both Germany and England, in place of the patriotic fervor of the Italians, religious zeal, as we shall see later on, was kindled by the new humanistic studies. Cited from The History Of Education, By Ellwood P. Cubberley
  • Even the new humanistic grammars of the 15th century included mnemonic verses excerpted from Doctrinale or other versified grammars.
  • What does the work of Pope Nicholas V, in establishing the Vatican Library (132), indicate as to his interest in the new humanistic movement? Cited from The History Of Education, By Ellwood P. Cubberley
  • The new humanistic university at Wittenberg, founded in 1502, was exerting large influence among German scholars and attracting to it the brightest young minds in German lands. Cited from The History Of Education, By Ellwood P. Cubberley
  • Caxton attempted to make Chaucer into an English Petrarch or Virgil, and realized that new humanistic sixteenth century versions of his work had to recognize fourteenth century versions.
  • He loved to shine as the friend of the new Humanistic learning, especially of an Erasmus, and as patron of the fine arts, particularly of architecture, and to keep a court the splendour of which might correspond with his own dignity and love of art. Cited from Life of Luther, by Julius Koestlin
  • Under the item "Archimedes" one can found one of the first witness of the new humanistic translation of the Archimedean corpus, made by Iacopo da San Cassiano in the first half of XV century.
  • In 1734 another new university was founded at Goettingen, and in this Johann Matthias Gesner (1691-1761) raised the new humanistic learning to the place of first importance. Cited from The History Of Education, By Ellwood P. Cubberley
  • Berthold Ullman identifies the watershed moment in the development of the new humanistic hand as the youthful Poggio's transcription of Cicero's Epistles to Atticus.
  • It was the Medici family at Florence who aided the movement liberally there, rejuvenated the university of Florence along new humanistic lines, accumulated libraries there (R. 130) and at Venice, and aided scholars all over Italy. Cited from The History Of Education, By Ellwood P. Cubberley
  • Four new universities-- Wittenberg (1502), Marburg (1527), Koenigsberg (1544), and Jena (1558)-- were established on the new humanistic basis, and from their beginning were centers for the new learning. Cited from The History Of Education, By Ellwood P. Cubberley