Renaissance According to Kierkegaard, the man constitutes of an unfinished being, that is in constant formation, the man alone leaves to know when he dies. Contemplating to a more reasonable reply the man he is, permanently, a composition of its revealed nature spontaneously, and its ideas elaboradamente seated. We are, thus, in part the expression of what in us it is printed matter for the nature of our being, and our constitution, but of another part we are equally the fruit of what we idealize to be. accepting these consideraes, we can assume a new conscience in relation to the man and its formation, to impose in the spirit the search for new knowledge is to give a step ahead, in relation to the primrdios of the humanity, today we can being proud in them with the levels of information that we possess, we receive an education in accordance with our expectations, in contrast, of the medieval ones, mainly, the education was restricted only to the noblemen, or those that entered the monastic life. The education, of the historical point of view, consists of the set of techniques and values of a culture, that are transmitted in institucional way to the new generations. The problem starts to be thought when we start to have notion of what the man has made of itself exactly, in elapsing of History. But the man of today does not possess the same characteristics of the medieval man, as well as the mentality of the Greek world in relation to the orientals, in the way to think of the Romans about relation with Renaissance. Each period of History presented a predominant ideal of education, what valley to say, that at each moment of History the man looked for to exactly construct itself to it inside of...

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