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Which statement comparing the Middle Ages to the Renaissance is false? A. Learning was encouraged during the Renaissance and discouraged during the Middle Ages B. Knowledge allowed the
government to become more powerful in the Renaissance C. The arts and sciences flourished during both time periods. D. The church had more power in the Middle Ages than it did during the Renaissance
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User: Which statement comparing the Middle Ages to the Renaissance is false? A. Learning was encouraged during the Renaissance and discouraged during the Middle Ages B. Knowledge allowed the government to become more powerful in the Renaissance C. The arts and sciences flourished during both time periods. D. The church had more power in the Middle Ages than it did during the Renaissance

Weegy: During the Renaissance, an ideology of "man" develops that is central to modern attitudes. The artists and thinkers of the Renaissance, like the ancient Greeks and Romans who came before them, valued earthly life, glorified man s nature, [ [ and celebrated individual achievement. These new attitudes combined to form a new spirit of optimism the belief that man was capable of accomplishing great things. the Dark Ages were a time of great artistic achievement, with new ideas and religions provoking new artistic adventures. ] ]
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