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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Costs and Benefits During the Renaissance Tradition vs. Progress Tradition Progress Tradition and Progress intertwine with each other,which reminded me of theying yang symbol. Progression can be held backby Tradition, and Tradition can be held back with the thoughtof moving forward. The black dot here shows the costs of Tradition. Someone who tends to follow traditions will not be respected by otherpeople who think tradition is holding the nation from progressing. This can lead toan uprising and civil war between the two kinds of people. Also, some people may be practicing unlawful traditions like murderingor other things that will potentially harmsociety and the people within it. The white space represents the good in Traditions that can lead to progress. Architecture that has been created byastounding artists of the past can influencenew generations of artists to come. Peoplecan base new inventions off of artists, leadingto a more efficient future. Also, traditions between families can link generations togetherand carry out the family name. The black space here represents the benefits of Progress. With new ideas of the future comesnew inventions to help make society a nicerplace to live. Examples of these new inventionsin the Renaissance include lenses, pocketwatches,and the printing press. More people became literatewith the printing press, more people could see withlenses, and people could tell the time whenever they needed it with a pocketwatch. Also, progress canlead to more people hungry for success. These peoplecan take risks to explore new lands and open more trade routes. The white dot shows the costs of Progress thatcan serve as a chain-reaction. A leader needspower in order to lead the nation in progression,and with too much inventions and innovations,a leader can become crazy with the amount of good at the time and forgot about the potential and possible regression. People may be thinking about the future so much that they forget theirpast morals and important traditions. By: Mikayla Monaco
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