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Dorothea B. Heitsch
This volume permits a new approach to Montaigne's essays from the point of view of the art of writing and style. Its particular hermeneutic position, which distinguishes it from other investigations, is that Nietzsche is used as a mediator.
This study examines the answers of Suárez and Descartes to basic questions regarding the philosophical knowledge of God. It is placed against the background of the reactions to both by Dutch Reformed theologians and philosophers in the seventeenth Century.
This is the first monograph on the fascinating and controversial Jeanne d'Albret, queen of Navarre, to make full use of contemporary manuscript and published sources focussing on her role as Huguenot leader of the Wars of Religion in southwestern France.
A reference to Macrobius by Chrétien de Troyes links his own writing and, by implication, medieval writing in general, to the larger late antique and medieval Latin conception of rewriting as original imitation.
Edited by Lodi Nauta and Arjo Vanderjagt
Edited by Thomas M. Izbicki and Christopher M. Bellitto
This volume examines the theme of Reform in medieval and early modern thought from a variety of viewpoints. These articles will be useful for the study of intellectual history, ecclesiastical history, the history of spirituality and medieval Apocalypticism.
Johannes van den Berg. Edited by Jan de Bruijn, Pieter Holtrop and Ernestine van der Wall
The religious history of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Protestantism was marked by a twofold movement. On the one hand there were attempts to consolidate and, if necessary, to reaffirm the heritage of the Reformation; on the other hand, we meet a growing critical evaluation of the legacy ...
Ronald W. Truman
This study examines the discussion of intellectual, religious, social and political values and purposes presented in a dozen treatises (in Spanish or Latin) produced by Spanish laymen and clergy in Spain and the Spanish Netherlands during the reign of Philip II.
G.H.M. Posthumus Meyjes. Translated by J.C. Grayson
This study provides a new insight in the development and background of the church-political and ecclesiological ideas of the famous chancellor of the Paris University, Jean Gerson (1363-1429).
Edited by F. Akkerman, A.J. Vanderjagt and A.H. van der Laan
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