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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles G Nauert, Jr.
|Description:||1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Scholastic doctors and humanist challengers. The clash of humanists and scholastics : an approach to pre-Reformation controversies --
Humanist infiltration into the academic world : some studies of northern universities --
Humanism as method : roots of conflict with the scholastics --
The humanist challenge to medieval German culture --
Peter of Ravenna and the "obscure men" of Cologne : a case of pre-Reformation controversy --
Graf Hermann von Neuenahr and the limits of humanism in Cologne --
Humanists, scholastics, and the struggle to reform the University of Cologne, 1523-1525 --
Erasmus and the conflict over humanism. "A remarkably supercilious and touchy lot" : Erasmus on the scholastic theologians --
"The articular disease" : Erasmus' charges that the theologians have let the church down --
"Christian humanism" in Renaissance culture. Rethinking "Christian humanism" --
Marguerite, Lefèvre d'Étaples, and the growth of Christian humanism in France --
Science in the Renaissance : natural and occult. Humanists, scientists, and Pliny : changing approaches to a classical author --
Magic and skepticism in Agrippa's thought --
Agrippa in Renaissance Italy : the esoteric tradition --
Directions in Renaissance intellectual life. The mind.
|Series Title:||Collected studies, CS995.|
|Responsibility:||Charles G. Nauert.|