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Michelangelo was a ¨many sided genius" who was born in 1475 near Florence, Italy and died in 1564 near Rome. ever since he was young he had been making art and sculpting sculptures. He inspired many younger renaissance artists like Raphael. Many people in the renaissance wanted to live the human experience and have more art in their lives and Michelangelo really gave them what they wanted. one of his most famous works of art was the mural on the ceiling of the Sistine chapel.
¨am I a humanist?" Yes, I would argue that I am a humanist because I made many works of renaissance art like the painting on the top of the Sistine Chapel, the statue of David, and the creation of Adam. These pieces of art make me a humanist because all of these pieces reflect the idea of the human experience and rebirth. I also inspired many people after me to make and design art like I did. In conclusion, I am a humanist.¨
My definition of humanism is focusing on the here and now and the human experience and not religion or the afterlife. And I think that Michelangelo is a humanist because his art reflected the rebirth of the Renaissance and he did not focus on religion in his sculptures and paintings.
Machiavelli was an Italian writer who wrote about how the government works. 2 of his most famous pieces were the "the prince" and "Discourses on Livy". the prince is about how he thinks leaders should rule and discourses on Livy is about his thoughts on politics.
"one of my most famous works was my book called the prince. In my book, it talks about how to earn power and how to be a good leader. I think that it makes me a humanist because it talks about my political views and politics is what is happening here and now."
A humanist is a person who lives in the here and now and cares about what is going on where they are and not about the afterlife. I believe that Machiavelli was a humanist because he cared a lot about politics which focused on how you were being ruled here and now.
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