The Study of Honor in the Renaissance Period

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History

 

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Carlos G

 

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March 13, 2013

 

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University

 

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Hence honor, despite its immense and pervasive value, was paradoxically neither a static nor an absolute possession. Rather, for renaissance people it functioned as an important yet intangible resource that figured in social transactions between people who might have competing property claims, divergent political or marital aspirations, patronage ties, class differences, or simply grudges against each other...
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While duty and revenge stood at the heart of an enduring code of honor, the actual behaviors that expressed these values depended on particular historical circumstances for their strategies and success. *where did avenues of honor and reward derive from (preferment of the prince as court expanded in size and splendor, multiple criteria such as wealth, office-holding, ancestry, personal networks, correct social behavior)...
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