The Factors Triggering the Advent of Renaissance

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Dr. Ghulam Mustafa

Abstract

The European Renaissance is often considered to be the critical technology that led to the emergence of the modern world. The trendy view of the Renaissance is that it became the rebirth in Western Europe of Hellenic and Hellenistic philosophy, literature, arts, and sciences after an extended intervening duration following the collapse of Rome and the upward push of scholastic philosophy in the thirteenth century. During the intervening length—frequently characterized within the beyond because the “Dark Ages,” despite the fact that greater current histories tend to see crucial traits in this period that paved the manner for the future direction of European history—this history is considered to were carried by using the Arabic civilization, which, although including to it in minor approaches, did no longer broaden it too some distance. When this fossilized history become again to its rightful cultural progeny in Europe, it became revitalized once more and caused the intellectual revolution that produced present day science and philosophy.

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How to Cite
Mustafa, D. G. (2022). The Factors Triggering the Advent of Renaissance. Al Qalam, 26(2), 309-314. https://doi.org/10.51506/al qalam.v26i2.1669

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