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Why is the Renaissance considered a turning point in history?

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    @FEARLESS_JOCEY

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    What is your understanding of the Renaissance?

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    it began to change art , religion, and in philosophy

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    your right

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    anything more I can add

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    That really sums up everything. You could perhaps elaborate more on each aspect for more info to provide.

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