Critics traditionally viewed Hamlet (play) as a play that challenges conventional Renaissance philosophy of "the universal man," an unconditional belief in unlimited capabilities and unexplored talents of a human being, referred to in Hamlet (play

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Critics traditionally viewed Hamlet (play) as a play that challenges conventional Renaissance philosophy of "the universal man," an unconditional belief in unlimited capabilities and unexplored talents of a human being, referred to in Hamlet (play) as "the measure of all things" and "the master of the world." Using specific textual references, explain how Shakespeare subverts this philosophy by showing humans' flawed nature and limitations of human knowledge. Need help understanding this 500-700 word, multi-paragraph essay prompt: (25 tutor credit) Additional Requirements : 500-700 words MLA format and can you please removemy previous question off your page?

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