The Place of Creativity in the Renaissance Epoc as the Cause for the Human Perfection in the Ideologi-cally-Aesthetic and Practical Aspects

Tetiana Andrushchenko, Tetiana Andrushchenko, Valeriy Denysenko


The purpose of the article is the problem of understanding the dynamic formation of historical forms ofhuman being in the Renaissance Epoc connected with the fundamental principles changes: thinking system, behavior, beliefs, development of realia and the main point - cultural and artistic realia interpretation which is connected with the new content and creative technology modeling.  Methodology of the research is based on philosophical and cultural studies, Structural systemic, historical, reconstructive-modeling methods with the purpose to define the place of creativity during the Renaissance Epoc as the issues of human perfection in the ideologically-aesthetic and practical aspects. Scientific novelty of the research is in defining the model of depicting reality within the limited frameworks which are transformed into the paradigm of the Universe creativity itself the same as it becomes the major one for the person herself or himself. Conclusions. We can claim that specifically modeled creativity was the real systemically creative one for the whole qualitatively new Renaissance culture including peculiar concepts of human being philosophy. Specific and inner socium conditions which were created by European and namely by Italian Renaissance caused new forms and principals of world correlations and human life creativity of the person’s post medieval time.


renaissance; creativity; human perfection; art; humanism; knowledge values


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