The appearance of a fourth printing ofThe Renaissance and English Humanismindicated the scholarly success this book has enjoyed for more than a decade. As a brief yet thoughtful and eloquent evaluation of the influence of the Christian humanistic tradition upon our culture it has not been surpassed.
Subjects: History, Philosophy, Language & Literature
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