No10 : analogue III

Communism & Renaissance

/ˈkɑːmjunɪzəm/ & /ˈrenəsɑːns/

French: communisme, from commun common.
A form of socialism that abolishes private ownership.
A political theory favoring collectivism in a classless society.
Revolutionary socialism based on the theories of the political philosophers Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, emphasizing common ownership of the means of production and a planned economy. The principle held is that each should work according to his or her capacity and receive according to his or her needs.

 French, from renaître to be born again. Related to Renascence.
A new birth, or revival.
Revival, especially of art, architecture and literature in 14th-16th centuries in Europe.
The period of European history at the close of the Middle Ages and the rise of the modern world; a cultural rebirth from the 14th through the middle of the 17th centuries. 
Central to the Renaissance was humanism, the belief in the active, rather than the contemplative life, and a faith in the republican ideal. The greatest expression of the Renaissance was in the arts and learning.

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