In the history of ideas the
New Learning in Europe is the Renaissance
humanism, developed in the later fifteenth century. Newly retrieved
classical texts sparked philological study of a refined and classical
Latin style in prose and poetry.
The term came to refer to other trends, one being the new formulation
of the relationship between the Church and the individual arising from
the Protestant Revolution. Contemporaries noticed
Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk
Renaissance of the 12th century Greek scholars in the Renaissance
^ W. A. Sessions, Henry Howard, the Poet Earl of Surrey: A Life
(1999), p. 11.
^ The Cambridge History of Later Medieval Philosophy: From the
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