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Fri Mar 21 17:13:31 2014 UTClccn-n850297700.33Encyclopaedia/0.811.00Johann Heinrich Alsteds padagogischdidaktische Reform-Bestrebungen und ihr Einflusz auf Johann Amos Comenius64053449Johann_Heinrich_Alstedn 850297701352537Alsted, Henry.Alsted, Henry, 1588-1638Alsted, Herborn Heinrich 1588-1638Alsted, Jean-Henri.Alsted, Jean-Henri, 1588-1638Alsted, Joh.Heinr., 1588-1638Alsted, Johan-Henricus 1588-1638Alsted, Johann H. 1588-1638Alsted, Johann HeinrichAlsted, Johann-Heinrich 1588-1638Alsted, Johann Henricus 1588-1638Alsted, Johannes Heinrich 1588-1638Alsted, Johannes HenricusAlsted, Johannes-Henricus 1588-1638Alstede, John 1588-1638Alstedii, Johannis Henricus 1588-1638Alstedius.Alstedius, Henricus 1588-1638Alstedius, Ioannes H. 1588-1638Alstedius, Ioannes-Henricus 1588-1638Alstedius, Iohan H. 1588-1638Alstedius, Iohan-Henricus 1588-1638Alstedius, Iohanhenricus 1588-1638Alstedius, Iohannes-Henricus 1588-1638Alstedius, Joan-Henricus 1588-1638Alstedius, Joannes-Henricus 1588-1638Alstedius, Joh. Henr. 1588-1638Alstedius, Johan H. 1588-1638Alstedius, Johan-Henricus.Alstedius, Johan-Henricus, 1588-1638Alstedius, Johanhenricus 1588-1638Alstedius, Johann Heinrich 1588-1638Alstedius, Johann-Henricus 1588-1638Alstedius, Johannes H. 1588-1638Alstedius, Johannes Heinrich 1588-1638Alstedius, Johannes-Henricus.Alstedius, Johannes-Henricus, 1588-1638Alstedl, Johannes Henricus.Alstedl, Johannes Henricus, 1588-1638Alstedt, Johann Heinrich.Alstedt, Johann Heinrich 1588-1638Alstedtius, Johannes Henricus 1588-1638Altsted, Johann-Heinrich 1588-1638Altstedius, Ioannes Henricus 1588-1638Altstedius, Johan-Henricus 1588-1638Altstedius, Johannes Henricus 1588-1638Sadiletus, Claudius 1588-1638 Pseudonymlccn-no99069925Hotson, Howardedtlccn-n85196938Birchensha, Johnactive 1664-1672cretrltrnlccn-n79132433CharlesIKing of England1600-1649lccn-n50043255Brahe, Tycho1546-1601lccn-n85029778Burton, William1575-1645lccn-no99057392Antognazza, Maria Rosa1964-edtlccn-n79081493Leibniz, Gottfried WilhelmFreiherr von1646-1716crelccn-n81056871Mede, Joseph1586-1638lccn-n85035351Broughton, Hugh1549-1612lccn-nr93001070Beroald, Matthieu-1576Alsted, Johann Heinrich1588-1638HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcSourcesCommentariesApologetic worksBiographyCharts, diagrams, etcIntellectual lifeAlsted, Johann Heinrich,PropheciesEurope, CentralMusic theoryGreat BritainCalvinismGermany--HerbornCharles--I,--King of England,Millennium (Eschatology)GermanyMillennialismAstrologyBrahe, Tycho,God--History of doctrinesLeibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm,--Freiherr von,Millennialism--History of doctrinesInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)LogicAstronomyEclipsesCivil War (Great Britain : 1642-1649)HolidaysPuritan Revolution (Great Britain : 1642-1660)Music--Instruction and studyChronology, HistoricalEducation--PhilosophyMathematicsEnglandNatural theologyTheologiansPhilosophersIntellectualsReformationProtestantismTheologyLlull, Ramon,BibleComenius, Johann Amos,TeachingBible.--RevelationTitle pagesArs generalis ultima (Llull, Ramon)HumanitiesClassification of sciencesEncyclopedias and dictionariesMetaphysicsWorld historyCatholic ChurchApologetics15881638160016011604160916101611161216131614161516161617161816191620162116221623162416251626162716281629163016311633163416351636163716391640164116421643164516461648164916501651165216531654165716631664167016731693169716991700171617241753177717921889189719101959196319671968196919771980198119821983198419851987198819891990199419951999200020012002200820092010201140197371435193AC6ocn835091473ocn835091440ocn614609492ocn257727893ocn797584267ocn611749856ocn457706109ocn310937170ocn461285805ocn313616850ocn839433601ocn836676425ocn836585157ocn836688304ocn257889815ocn245810411ocn722548362ocn067054802ocn4567854991959ocn012174319book16430.88Alsted, Johann HeinrichThe beloved city, or, The saints reign on earth a thovsand yeares asserted and illustrated from LXV places of Holy Scripture, besides the judgement of holy learned men both at home and abroad, and also reason it selfe : likewise XXXV objections against this truth are here answered16145ocn011580530book16090.88Alsted, Johann HeinrichClavis artis LullianaeCriticism, interpretation, etc1574ocn012306028book16640.88Alsted, Johann HeinrichTemplum musicum, or, The musical synopsis of the learned and famous Johannes-Henricus-Alstedius being a compendium of the rudiments both of the mathematical and practical part of musick, of which subject not any book is extant in our English tongueHistory1227ocn001166024book19670.90Alsted, Johann HeinrichTemplum musicum. A facsim. of the 1664 London edHistory1063ocn012185268book16420.94Alsted, Johann HeinrichThe vvorlds proceeding woes and succeeding joyes, 1. in cruell warres and vehement plagues, 2. in happy peace and vnity amongst all living creatures, or, The triple presage of Henry Alsted, a man every way most learned, depending as well on the oracles of heaven as on the opinions of the greatest astrologers with an addition of the fiery conjunction of Saturn and Iupiter, this instant February, denouncing many calamities to the world, or certaine regions thereof : in which discourse is discovered the opinions of many learned men concerning Christs personall reign upon earth and confirmed by the most comfortable prophecie of Tyche Brahe, touching the most blessed age even now at hand881ocn012165240book16420.95Alsted, Johann HeinrichHappy news to England sent from Oxford 1. the joyfull hopes of a peace and of an accommodation that is to be made between the king and his Parliament, 2. the kings intentions to come to his high Court of Parliament, 3. the preparations that is made for His Majesties coming to White Hall and the store of provisions of wine and other things that is laid in there for his entertainment, 4. the names of those lords that are nominated to goe to His Majesty with the answer to his late propositions and to know who his Majesty will nominate and appoint for the accommodation and treaty and the place where, 5. the security of hostage which is offered by foure noblemen, and also by their estates for the kings security there and his safe returne to his court at Oxford, if in case the Parliament and His Majesty doth not agree, 6. His Majesties returning to London is suddainly expected, will under God make all those lying astronomers and deceivers which prophesied of a great battaile prove false and counterfeitHistory845ocn606948146file16990.66Alsted, Johann HeinrichAn account of some remarkable eclipses, and the effects observ'd to ensue thereupon Being a translation from the Latin out of Alstedius's Thesaurus Chronologiæ, for the consideration of the English reader at this great eclipse of the sun, on the 13th. of September, 1699763ocn606658141file16430.70Alsted, Johann HeinrichHappy news to England sent from Oxford. 1. The joyfull hopes of a peace, and of an accomodation that is to be made between the King and his Parliament. 2. The Kings intentions to come to his high Court of Parliament. 3. The preparations that is made for his Majesties comming to White Hall, and the store of provisions of wine and other things that is laid in there for his entertainment. 4. The names of those lords that are nominated to goe to his Majesty with the answer to his late propositions, and to know who his Majesty will nominate and appoint for the accomodation and treaty, and the place where. 5. The security and hostage which is offered by foure noblemen, and also by their estates for the Kings security there and his safe returne to his court at Oxford, if in case the Parliament and his Majesty doth not agree. 6. His Majesties returning to London is suddainely expected, will under God make all those lying astronomers and deceivers, which prophesied of a great battaile prove false and counterfeitHistory665ocn606996814file16510.70Mocket, ThomasChristmas, the Christians grand feast: its original, growth, and observation, also of Easter, Whitsontide, and other holydayes modestly discussed and determined. Also the beginning of the yeare, and other things observable. Where also among other learned men, you have the judgment of those eminent men; Josephus Scaliger, Rodulphus Hospinian, Matthæus Beroaldus, Joh. Causabon, Doct. Fulk, M. Cartwright, Alsted, Hugh Broughton, Master Mead.5926ocn008932265book16130.47Alsted, Johann HeinrichMethodus admirandorum mathematicorum : novem libris exhibens universam mathesin575ocn767125652com16420.81Alsted, Johann HeinrichHappy news to England sent from Oxford 1. the joyfull hopes of a peace and of an accomodation that is to be made between the king and his Parliament, 2. the kings intentions to come to his high Court of Parliament, 3. the preparations that is made for His Majesties coming to White Hall and the store of provisions of wine and other things that is laid in there for his entertainment, 4. the names of those lords that are nominated to goe to His Majesty with the answer to his late propositions and to know who his Majesty will nominate and appoint for the accomodation and treaty and the place where, 5. the security of hostage which is offered by foure noblemen, and also by their estates for the kings security there and his safe returne to his court at Oxford, if in case the Parliament and His Majesty doth not agree, 6. His Majesties returning to London is suddainly expected, will under God make all those lying astronomers and deceivers which prophesied of a great battaile prove false and counterfeitHistory4125ocn029633857book16150.79Alsted, Johann HeinrichTheologia naturalis exhibens augustissimam naturae scholam in qua creaturae Dei communi sermone ad omnes pariter docendos utuntur:HistoryApologetic works3917ocn030410184book16240.76Alsted, Johann HeinrichJohannis-Henrici Alstedii Thesaurus chronoligiae; in qvo universa temporum & historiarum series in omni vitæ genere ita ponitur ob oculos ut fundamenta chronologiæ ex S. literis & calculo astronomico eruantur, & deindeps tituli homogenei in certas classes memoriæ causa digeranturCharts, diagrams, etc383ocn606998308file16430.63Alsted, Johann HeinrichThe worlds proceeding woes and succeeding joyes. 1. In cruell warres and vehement plagues. 2. In happy peace and unity amongst all living creatures. Or, the triple presage of Henry Alsted, (a man every way most learned) depending as well on the oracles of heaven, as on the opinions of the greatest astrologers. With an addition of the fiery conjunction of Saturn and Iupiter, this instant February; denouncing many calamities to the world, or certaine regions thereof. In which discourse, is discovered the opinions of many learned men concerning Christs personall reign upon earth, and confirmed by the most comfortable prophecie of Tycho Brahe, touching the most blessed age even now at hand338ocn011653530book16240.59Alsted, Johann HeinrichThesaurus chronologiae : in quo universa temporum & historiarum series in omni vitae genere ponitur ob oculos3215ocn838627210com16130.84Alsted, Johann HeinrichMetaphysica, tribus libris tractata; per praecepta methodica: theoremata selecta: & commentariola dilucidaHistorySources278ocn078958472book19670.88Alsted, Johann HeinrichTemplum musicumHistory2613ocn264955569book16270.53Alsted, Johann HeinrichDiatribe de mille annis ApocalypticisCommentaries251ocn310938057book19890.33Alsted, Johann HeinrichEncyclopaedia249ocn593701610com16270.81Alsted, Johann HeinrichSynopsis theologiae exhibens oeconomiam singulorum locorum communium theologicorumHistorySources2853ocn042692175book20000.81Hotson, HowardJohann Heinrich Alsted, 1588-1638 : between Renaissance, Reformation, and universal reformBiography"Johann Heinrich Alsted, professor of philosophy and theology at the Calvinist academy of Herborn, was a man of many parts. A deputy to the famous Synod of Dort and the greatest encyclopaedist of his age, he was also a pioneer of Calvinist millenarianism and a devoted student of astrology, alchemy, Lullism, and the works of Giordano Bruno." "From the mainstream Reformed tradition, Alsted and his circle inherited the zeal for further reformation of church, state, and society; but with this they blended hermetic dreams of a general reformation and of the restoration of primordial perfection to fallen human nature through Lullist and alchemical panaceas. However paradoxical from a strictly Calvinist standpoint, this loose synthesis helped prepare the programme of Alsted's greatest student, Jan Amos Comenius, and the following generation of central European universal reformers." "Alsted's intellectual biography provides an invaluable introduction to many of the central ideas, individuals, and institutions of a neglected era of central European intellectual history."--Jacket+-+13735734651522ocn045499744book20000.86Hotson, HowardParadise postponed : Johann Heinrich [Alsted] and the birth of Calvinist millenarianismHistory"This book provides a uniquely detailed case study of the origins of millenarianism within the vast opera of one of its earliest and most influential Calvinist exponents: the Herborn encyclopedist Johann Heinrich Alsted (1588-1638). The young Alsted, it emerges, looked forward not to the millennium of Apocalypse 20 but to a brief, final period of enhanced illumination described in a poorly understood central European tradition of astrological, alchemical, spiritualist, and generally 'occult' prophetic speculation. It was the disasters following the Bohemian Revolt of 1618 which forced Alsted to recast these expectations as the more exclusively scriptural expectation of a literal millennium; and the material for this revision was found in a protracted dispute over the millennium between senior theologians in Herborn and Heidelberg and a little-known work on the conversion of the Jews by one of the figures most probably behind the composition of the Rosicrucian manifestos. Based on study of the full range of Alsted's works, his diverse sources, and widely dispersed manuscript material, the result is the first English book on 17th-century continental millenarianism and the first monograph in any language exclusively devoted to the origins of the doctrine within mainstream Protestantism."--BOOK JACKET+-+6232187425882ocn050410129book19990.90Alsted, Johann HeinrichAlsted and Leibniz : on God, the magistrate, and the millennium511ocn020318232book19880.81Griesing, BJ.H. Alsted, Herborns calvinistische Theologie und Wissenschaft im Spiegel der englischen Kulturreform des frühen 17. Jahrhunderts : Studien zu englisch-deutschen Geistesbeziehungen der frühen NeuzeitHistory364ocn003794185book19670.70Schultz, IngoStudien zur Musikanschauung und Musiklehre Johann Heinrich Alsteds (1588-1638)Criticism, interpretation, etcBiography195ocn027699897book19100.97Alsted, Johann HeinrichA neglected educator: Johann Heinrich Alsted162ocn013027759book19690.39Michel, WalterDer Herborner Philosoph Johann Heinrich Alsted und die Tradition124ocn003695526book19630.84Clouse, Robert GThe influence of John Henry Alsted on English millenarian thought in the seventeenth century82ocn037118096book18890.88Lippert, MaxJohann Heinrich Alsteds padagogisch-didaktische Reform-bestrebungen und ihr Einfluss auf Johann Amos ComeniusHistory83ocn606954351book20000.56Hotson, HowardParadise postponed : Johann Heinrich Alsted and the birth of calvinist millenarianismHistoryThis book provides a uniquely detailed case study of the origins of millenarianism within the vast opera of one of its earliest and most influential Calvinist exponents: the Herborn encyclopedist Johann Heinrich Alsted (1588-1638). The young Alsted, it emerges, looked forward not to the millennium of Apocalypse 20 but to a brief, final period of enhanced illumination described in a poorly understood central European tradition of astrological, alchemical, spiritualist, and generally `occult' prophetic speculation. It was the disasters following the Bohemian Revolt of 1618 which forced Alsted to recast these expectations as the more exclusively scriptural expectation of a literal millennium; and the material for this revision was found in a protracted dispute over the millennium between senior theologians in Herborn and Heidelberg and a little-known work on the conversion of the Jews by one of the figures most probably behind the composition of the Rosicrucian manifestos. Based on study of the full range of Alsted's works, his diverse sources, and widely dispersed manuscript material, the result is the first English book on 17th-century continental millenarianism and the first monograph in any language exclusively devoted to the origins of the doctrine within mainstream Protestantism+-+623218742551ocn670463481book20080.66Valbusa, IvanLa forma dell'enciclopedia : una valutazione della prospettiva di J. H. AlstedHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc31ocn044080065book1.00Lippert, Friedrich Adolf MaxJohann Heinrich Alsteds padagogischdidaktische Reform-Bestrebungen und ihr Einflusz auf Johann Amos Comenius11ocn731826004book19840.47Klein, JürgenHerborns calvinistische Theologie und Wissenschaft im Spiegel der englischen Kulturrevolution des 17. Jahrhunderts : Vortrag zur Eröffnung der Hochschulwoche der Universität- Gesamthochschule Siegen in Herborn am 5. November 1984 in Aula der Hohen SchuleHistory11ocn049503699book19840.33Klein, JürgenHerborns calvinistische Theologie und Wissenschaft im Spiegel der englischen Kulturrevolution des 17. JahrhundertsHistory11ocn863322333mix19940.92Hotson, HowardJohann Heinrich Alsted : encyclopedism, millenarianism and the second reformation in GermanyHistory+-+1373573465Fri Mar 21 15:13:11 EDT 2014batch48086