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Edited by Christoph Schumann
This volume analyzes a century of intellectual debates, political ideologies, and literary media in order to track the emergence, spread and decline of liberal thought as a response to both authoritarian rule and Westernization in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Von Woldemar Görler, herausgegeben von Christoph Catrein
This volume presents 17 papers on Hellenistic and Roman philosophy (1977-2001), some of them not easily accessible hitherto. Emphasis is laid (inter alia) on the conversion of Greek terms into Latin, literary form, and on Cicero's interpretation of Academic scepticism.
Edited by Frances Andrews, Christoph Egger and Constance M. Rousseau
This volume of essays covers themes which are central to the work of Brenda Bolton as a scholar and teacher: Innocent III, the city of Rome, the medieval Church and the urban context of the Italian peninsula in the late Middle Ages.
Christoph O. Schroeder
Arguing for the realistic dimension of the biblical claim that God acts in history, this volume provides a new interpretation of Isaiah's prophetic commission in Isa 6:9-10 and of the psalmist's change of mood in Psalms 3, 6, and 7.
Edited by Heather Jones, Jennifer O'Brien and Christoph Schmidt-Supprian
Drawing on the latest research, this volume presents new essays on the First World War that explore the global, military and civic impact of the conflict, focusing in particular on the plural nature of wartime experience. It combines military and cultural history approaches to provide important ...
Edited by Bob Becking and Marjo C.A. Korpel
The papers of an Utrecht Symposium on Exile and Return tackle the problems involved with a variety of methods and reading strategies. How did people religiously cope with the changed and shifting situation? What do we really know about the period under consideration?
Edited by Christoph Cüppers, Lumbini International Research Institute, Nepal, Leonard van der Kuijp, Harvard University, Ulrich Pagel, School of Oriental and African Studies, London. With a Chinese Introduction by Dobis Tsering Gyal
The Handbook of Iconometry (ca. 1687) reproduces, in facsimile, a lavishly illustrated treatise describing the iconometic principles and measurements at the heart of the 17th-century art of Tibet. It includes over 150 drawings of buddhas, bodhisattvas and divinities, 70 script types and 14 stupa ...
Edited by Arie L. Molendijk, Justin Beaumont and Christoph Jedan, University of Groningen.
This book examines contemporary relations between religion, politics and urban societies from a theoretical perspective. Special attention is paid to those authors (e.g. Habermas, Taylor) who analyze new global constellations in terms of a shift from the secular to the postsecular.
This collection assembles 13 studies dealing with the history and importance of the ancient Jewish romance called Joseph and Aseneth, which in the original Greek and through ancient and medieval versions became part of the Christian heritage.
Edited by Christophe Grellard, École Française de Rome and Centre d'Études Supérieures de la Renaissance (CNRS) and Aurélien Robert, University of Paris 1 -Sorbonne
Drawing a new portrait of late medieval conflicts between atomists and anti-atomists, this book offers a new outlook on the fourteenth century's development of sciences.
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