Boccaccio’s Decameron reflects Renaissance private enterprise and the new state of mind of individuals towards transgression and profiting. Preceding the Renaissance, it was viewed as a wrongdoing to charge enthusiasm on acquired cash. There were not very many Christian financiers in the early Middle Ages, and it was not until the late Middle Ages and the Early Renaissance that it wound up noticeably satisfactory to begin charging interest.
Therefore, private enterprise could achieve new tallness in the Renaissance. Regardless of the changing state of mind of those looking to get rich, usury was as yet thought about a transgression. The disposition of the general population towards transgression started to change, and the Renaissance was portrayed by these evolving ethics. Sin turned out to be more worthy when the advantage of erring was getting to be plainly rich. Free enterprise prompted realism, which adulterated the ministry and additionally the common people. In the Middle Ages, social classes were exceptionally organized, and there was no place for social development. However in the Renaissance, it was normal for individuals to increase societal position, since they could profit.
There was a class of popolo grosso, or new rich. Private enterprise permitted individuals who had next to no to increase material riches. The lady in the tenth day tenth story, a laborer can climb in economic wellbeing, by wedding a wealthier man.
It was extremely conceivable this could occur amid that time. This social versatility likewise carried with it a feeling of avarice and realism, even inside the pastorate. In the sixth day, tenth story, Boccaccio recounts Brother Cipolla, a priest who persuades workers to give him cash to see a false relic, a quill from the wing of the blessed messenger Gabriel. At the point when the relic is supplanted with a bit of coal, the priest is as yet ready to control the laborers into giving him their cash, influencing them without giving it much thought that the charcoal is some different valuable religious relic.