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Renaissance Humanism is the intellectual movement that began in Italy in the fourteenth century and lasted roughly until the second half of the seventeenth century. This has allowed him to move quickly without the burden and messiness of democracy. One man alone is paralyzing the will of the Convention. But quite apart from this confoundment, without a belief in some measure of free choice, the Manifesto was hard pressed to fully account for human evil.

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