To become a "Renaissance man," take a clue from a real Renaissance man, Leonardo da Vinci, who was representatively the Renaissance man. Da Vinci was a master of all branches of knowledge and an innovator in every one. He specialized in scientific inquiry, art, invention, scientific experimentation, mechanics, cryptography, and more. Thus to be a Renaissance person in any era, including our own, one must model after da Vinci and excel in all fields of thought and endeavor. With this definition in hand, perhaps you can apply it to the texts you are considering ("Which of the following was written as a guide for how to become a "Renaissance man”?") and then determine the correct answer.