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This book presents a synthetic view of the intellectual variants of negative theology at the dawn of modern times. It attempts to grasp the diversity of ideas in ontology, epistemology and semeiotics which evolved through readings of pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite.
This survey and synthesis of the structural and decorative uses of Roman remains, particularly marble, throughout the mediaeval Mediterranean, deals with the Christian West - but also Byzantium and Islam, each the inheritor of much Roman territory. It includes a 5000-image DVD.
Edited by C. Berkvens-Stevelinck, J. Israel and G.H.M. Posthumus Meyjes
The fruit of a colloquium held in 1994 in the Netherlands, this collection of papers charts the emergence and vicissitudes of the concept of tolerance and its practical implications in the Dutch Republic, from the revolt against Spain in the sixteenth century to the early eighteenth century.
Stephen G. Burnett
This book explains how a form of 'Jewish studies' took root in Protestant universities during the seventeenth century through Johannes Buxtorf's pioneering work and why it fit so well into the curriculum of early modern universities.
Edited by Edwin Rabbie
First critical edition and first English translation with introduction and commentary of this early work by Hugo Grotius on church politics (original edition 1613). Several appendixes contain additional material on the book's background and reception.
Edith Wilks Dolnikowski
This volume evaluates Bradwardine's view of time as a mathematical, philosophical and theological concept within the context of ancient and medieval discussions of the problem of time. It is especially useful for historians of late medieval science, philosophy and theology.
Godefridus J.C. Snoek
qVeneration of the Host and of saintly relics can only be understood as closely interrelated aspects of medieval piety. This book offers a rich account of one of the most revealing dimensions of medieval belief and practice.
This work is the first detailed account of the origin of Protestantism's most salient concepts of salvation. Doctrines such as faith alone, assurance of divine forgiveness, forensic justification, etc. are seen to find their origin in Catholic teaching.
This book provides valuable new insights into the public debate over educational travel in early modern England, and examines the seven major images of the educational traveller and the fears and insecurities within English society that engendered them.
Edited by Harvey J. Hames
A collection of articles in honour of a leading historian of the Iberian Peninsula exploring a broad variety of themes dealing with different aspects of the interaction between Jews, Muslims and Christians in the late-medieval Crown of Aragon and its environs.
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