Why was the development of the printing press so important to the rise of humanism and the Renaissance; why was it so revolutionary?
The printing press increased the availability of texts, and allowed more readers to access them more easily, thereby undermining the need to memorize texts.
The printing press allowed for more uniformity—folks in distant places could read the same thing.
More books were produced in the fifty years after the development of the printing press than in the 1000 years prior to it.
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