Classical republicanism (also known as civic humanism) is a form of
republicanism developed in the Renaissance inspired by the governmental forms
Civic humanism is the modern term for the moral, social and political philosophy
that in the course of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries began to be ...
Oct 1, 2002 ... The term civic humanism has gained wide circulation and influence since its ... Its
original, historically circumscribed meaning was extended to ...
Civic humanism places a great emphasis on Man as actively engaged in the
world ... A man of virtù in Renaissance Italian, coming from the Latin virtus
"The Significance of 'Civic Humanism' in the Interpretation of the Italian ... break
had occurred and gave rise to the need to define the present as against the past.
Apr 17, 2010 ... Civic Humanism is the duty of the good citizen in a republic. ... Lorenzo's writings
point toward a broader definition of participation to include ...
Renaissance Civic Humanism: Reappraisals and Reflections / edited by James
..... in the History of Ideas,'' in Meaning and Context: Quentin Skinner and His ...
2 Baron's conception of “civic humanism” in its original incarnation was meant in
.... It was a term of praise, a “persuasive deﬁnition” in William Connolly's sense ...
Civic republicanism, tradition of political thought that stresses the ... to as neo-
Athenian republicanism, is inspired by the civic humanism of the ancient Greeks.