Find the connection between the Renaissance, humanism and the reformation.

The revival of the XIV-XV centuries is associated not only with the development of painting, sculpture and architecture, but philosophical thought, the emergence of humanism and even utopian ideas like Thomas More (“Utopia”, about an island where there is equality). In the 16th century, the third stage of the Renaissance, 1500-1527, coincided with the beginning of the Reformation in 1517. Until the end of the 16th century, the later Renaissance and Reformation proceeded simultaneously. The ideas of the Reformation contained a lot of humanistic, secular, and anthropocentric ideas.

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