3 edition of Erasmianism found in the catalog.
December 1, 1997 by Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie Van Wetensch .
Written in English
|Contributions||Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie Van Wetenschappen (Corporate Author), M. E. H. N. Mout (Editor), Heribert Smolinsky (Editor), J. Trapman (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||202|
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Erasmanism as a concept has hardly been studied before, although the term is used freely by scholars of the early modern period.
This book is a first attempt at a "begriffsgeschichte" of Erasminism. Ethics in the Early Modern Period While many of the disciplines and sub-disciplines pertaining to philosophy during the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries are now part of other academic fields and subject-matters, ethics has remained as a resilient area of philosophical inquiry to this : Pál Ácsi.
Erasmanism as a concept has hardly been studied before, although the term is used freely by scholars of the early modern period. This book is a first attempt at a "begriffsgeschichte" of : Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie Van Wetenschappen. Anti-erasmianism in Spain Vives and the pseudodialecticians Attacks on the biblical humanism of Jacques Lefèvre D’EtaplesCited by: Books shelved as empiricism: An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding by David Hume, An Essay Concerning Human Understanding by John Locke, A Treatise o.
© Despite having enemies in the powerful Spanish religious orders, and being warned of the controversies that would arise, Erasmus published the fourth edition of his New Testament in Erasmianism book, resulting in a major crisis for Erasmianism in Spain.
Paperback. The book treats two general questions: 1. Whether Erasmanism and Erasmian Humanism existed as a recognizable attitude during the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries; 2.
Whether Erasminism represented a definable middle way between the confessional conflicts of these : Paperback. The book first deals with Ignatius Loyola and his Spiritual Exercises, examining its origins in his experience of conversion and the books he read, and locating him not in the period of the militant Counter-Reform, but in an earlier world, linked to the teachings of 16th Spanish Erasmians.
was among the conversos that Erasmianism (named after the famous humanist Desiderius Erasmus), a more intellectual form of spiritualized Christianity, had its greatest successes in Spain. The Erasmians had powerful supporters at court in the early years of Charles I as emperor, when his policy was directed toward the healing.
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Sileni Alma mater: Queens' College, Cambridge, Collège. Despite having enemies in the powerful Spanish religious orders, and being warned of the controversies that would arise, Erasmus published the fourth edition of his New Testament inresulting in a major crisis for Erasmianism in Spain.
This period is marked by a bitter dispute between Erasmus and the conservative elements in Spain, involving behind-the-scenes manoeuvring, where it. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
“A fascinating collection of writings by early colonial Franciscans. These three pieces give the reader a new and unique insight into the members of the order. These works allow us to glimpse the doctrinal conflicts within the order and to explore the sensitive relationship with the Holy Erasmianism book of the Inquisition.
The book first deals with Ignatius Loyola and Erasmianism book Spiritual Exercises, examining its origins in his experience of conversion and the books he read, and locating him not in the period of the militant Counter-Reform, but in an earlier world, linked to the teachings Price: $ Articles tagged 'erasmianism' Looks like you’re using a browser we don’t support.
To improve your visit to our site, take a minute and upgrade your browser. Blair Worden is one of Britain's pre-eminent historians of the seventeenth books include Roundhead Reputations: The English Civil Wars and the Passions of Posterity; Literature and Politics in Cromwellian England: John Milton, Andrew Marvell, Marchamont Nedham; The English Civil Wars Author: Blair Worden.
A significant part of the book is devoted to the core of traditionalist Catholics and one of the new chapters discusses the neglected area of catholic exiles. On the other side of the coin, two equally important chapters help explain the vigour and broad base of the hard-hitting evangelical campaign against the intercession of saints and by: Erasmus, full name Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus, (27 October, probably in Rotterdam – 12 July in Basel) was a Dutch humanist, theologian and philosopher.
Erasmus was a classical scholar who wrote in a "pure" Latin style. 'Erasmianism' in the early Reformation in the Netherlands (J. Trapman). 'A Rotterdammer teaches the world how to reform'. The image of Erasmus in remonstrant and. The 16th century saw the rise of movements of religious reform which, in Spain as elsewhere, contributed to make the history of the period such a ferment.
In these essays Terence O'Reilly is concerned with the writings produced by these movements, notably Illuminism, the early Jesuits, Erasmianism, and the Carmelite reform, and with the mixture of medieval and new literary conventions that. Erasmianism in New Garb: The Chimera of the ‘Reconstructed’ Pronunciation of Greek It is, I think, crystal clear that the evidence that we have on the pronunciation of Greek in antiquity accounts only for one of the two aspects of the pronunciation question.
In File Size: KB. without Erasmus, and even [in the case of Loyola] an Erasmianism against Erasmus." In Italy, on the other hand, Seidel Menchi's own scholarship has established that "Erasmianism" was a question of the reception of Erasmus' books, initially () by people who were eager for information about the.
James McConica published a foundational study of the influence of Erasmus in England c. to c. (Oxford, ). Bruce Mansfield followed this with the first of his three studies of Erasmus’s Nachleben (Toronto, ). That volume extended its scope from England to Germany, the Netherlands, and France c.
to c. "Spanish Catholicism in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries has attracted considerable scholarly attention over the years. The work of theologians, humanists, mystics, and saints has been one focus of that attention. Another has been the investigation and suppression of heterodoxy by the Spanish Inquisition and the crown.
William Christian is after a more elusive subject--the religious. The Erasmian tradition of interpreting Homer as an eirenic and fideistic skeptic is developed in chapter two with respect to its parodic and, at times, ludic implications.
This book examines the story of the ‘discovery of America’ through the prism of the history of the Franciscans, a socio-religious movement with a unique doctrine of voluntary poverty. offers a defense of Indian education.
Alonso Cabello, convicted of Erasmianism by the Mexican Inquisition, discusses Christ's humanity in a Nativity. The Supreme Council of the Inquisition (or Suprema) was the only formal institution established by the Catholic Monarchs for all their kingdoms together. Nevertheless, they thought of it primarily in religious and not in political terms.
The Inquisition’s secret procedures, its eagerness to accept denunciations. Table of contents. Introduction by Blair Worden Ecumenicalism and Erasmianism by Noel Malcolm 'The General Crisis of the Sevententh Century' by John Elliott 'Three Foreigners: The Philosophers of the Puritan Revolution' by Mark Greengrass The Puritan Revolution: The Unpublished Book by Blair Worden Intellectual History and 'The Religious Origins of the Enlightenment' by John Robertson The.
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Joao de Barros: Erasmianism and the Political Image of King John I Joseph A. Klucas Joao de Barros has won the general acclaim of scholars for being the eloquent spokesman of the Portuguese conquest, and his Decadas d'Asia, the work for which he is most renowned, has come to be regarded as the official version of the conquest.1 As a.
In more contemporary terms, Erasmianism proposes a gospel that, it could be argued, is a social gospel at best, and moralistic therapeutic deism at worst. Erasmus and Erasmianism Erasmus of Rotterdam was the foremost humanist intellect of Luther’s day, a man who’s greatest gift to the Church was his Greek New Testament, upon which.
The Franciscan evangelical current did not emerge “after the liquidation of Erasmianism (p. 53) but before it, as is later demonstrated (pp. 55–56). Pedro Moya de Contreras did not arrive after the first Jesuits (p.
51) but had in fact written from Mexico requesting they be : Peggy Liss. Buy Religious Identities in Henry VIII's England (St Andrews Studies in Reformation History) 1 by Marshall, Peter (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1). A collection of essays tracing the many memories of the past created by different individuals and groups in Mexico, the book addresses the problem of memory and changing ideas of time in the way Mexicans conceive of their history.
Original in perspective and broad in scope, ranging from the Aztec concept of the world and history to the ideas of. Hugh Trevor-Roper was one of the most gifted historians of the twentieth century. His scholarly interests ranged widely - from the Puritan Revolution to the Scottish Enlightenment.
Yet he was also fascinated by the events of his own lifetime and wrote widely on issues of espionage and intelligence, as well as maintaining a fascination with the workings - and personalities - of Nazi. VII Illuminism, Erasmianism, Doubtless, some Frenchmen were able to communicate their religious ideas to Spaniards and others smuggled in prohibited books, but the impact that they could have on the native population was minimal because of their own internal divisions, isolation, and lack of strong commitment to the Protestant cause.
Alfonso de Castro, an inquisitional theorist, offers a defense of Indian education; Alonso Cabello, convicted of Erasmianism in Mexico City, discusses Christ’s humanity in a Nativity sermon; and Diego Muñoz, an inquisitional deputy, investigates witchcraft in Celaya.
Ciriaco Moron. Para entender el Quijote. Madrid: Rialp, pp. ISBN: Ciriaco Moron Arroyo's latest contribution to Cervantes studies is the result of a series of lectures on Don Quijote that he gave in February and October of as part of the Curso de Alta Especializacion en Filologia Hispanica, organized by the CSIC's Instituto de la Lengua Espanola (Madrid).
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avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Read 3/5. This book is concerned with lesser-known but important aspects of Monano’s activity, his contacts with Netherlandish scholars of uncertain orthodoxy, his membership of the sect of Familists and his clandestine influence in the spread of Erasmianism in Spain.
Based on a corpus of over six hundred surviving letters, it reviews Montano’s life. "A further general point about Erasmianism," he began, and then, referring again to Bataillon's great book, he noted the way its conclusion led him to think about how the Dutch survived the.
Fuentes's 'Don Quixote' Cervantes's Erasmianism and his having worked with Juan López de Hoyos are tenuously supported by documentary evidence. In that satirical book .The Dutch humanist Desiderius Erasmus was the greatest scholar of the northern Renaissance, as well as the first editor of the New Testament.
A classical scholar that wrote in a pure Latin style, Erasmus earned the sobriquet "Prince of the Humanists".