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" It was the novel contribution of the humanists to add the firm belief that in order to write and to speak well it was necessary to study and to imitate the ancients. "
Doctors, Ambassadors, Secretaries: Humanism and Professions in Renaissance Italy - Página xv
por Douglas Biow - 2002 - 224 páginas
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Renaissance Thought and Its Sources

Paul Oskar Kristeller - 1979 - 347 páginas
...medieval dictatores were no classical scholars and used no classical models for their compositions . It was the novel contribution of the humanists to...and to speak well it was necessary to study and to imitate the ancients. Thus we can understand why classical studies in the Renaissance were rarely,...
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Renaissance Rhetoric/Renaissance-Rhetorik

Heinrich F. Plett - 1993 - 391 páginas
...medieval dictatures were no classical scholars and used no classical models for their compositions. It was the novel contribution of the humanists to...and to speak well it was necessary to study and to imitate the ancients.12 Subsequent scholarship has developed and modified Kristeller's theory, but...
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The Powers of Music: Aesthetic Theory and the Invention of Opera

Ruth Katz - 1994 - 224 páginas
...of reality which helped to shape the direction of the passions."1' Or, as Kristeller would have it, "It was the novel contribution of the Humanists to...and to speak well it was necessary to study and to imitate the ancients."18 Plato's idea of the creative process, whereby the poet is seized by a furore...
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Printed Voices: The Renaissance Culture of Dialogue

Dorothea B. Heitsch, Jean-François Vallée - 2004 - 291 páginas
...humanism as 'a broad cultural and literary movement,' one of whose major contributions was the humanists' firm belief 'that in order to write and to speak well it was necessary to study and to imitate the ancients,' I would add that the humanist interest in imitatio included the appropriation,...
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