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Portuguese humanism and the republic of letters

Author: Maria Louro Berbara; K A E Enenkel
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2012.
Series: Intersections (Boston, Mass.), v. 21.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Maria Louro Berbara; K A E Enenkel
ISBN: 9789004226364 9004226362
OCLC Number: 773481689
Description: 1 online resource (1 volume).
Contents: CONTENTSNotes on the Editors ......................................................................... ixNotes on the Contributors ............................................................... xiList of Illustrations ............................................................................ xvIntroduction. Transatlantic Crossroads - PortugueseHumanism and the Republic of Letters .................................... 1Maria Berbara and Karl A.E. EnenkelI. THE EXCHANGE OF KNOWLEDGEBETWEEN PORTUGUESE HUMANISMAND THE REPUBLIC OF LETTERSLe voyage epigraphique de Mariangelo Accursio au Portugal,printemps 1527 .............................................................................. 19Sylvie Deswarte-RosaBuilding up Networks of Knowledge: Printing and CollectingBooks in the Age of Humanism in the University City ofCoimbra .......................................................................................... 113Ricarda MusserDiogo de Teive's Institutio Sebastiani Primi and the Receptionof Erasmus' Works in Portugal ................................................... 129Catarina BarcelO FoutoDie humanistische Kultur Coimbras als Wiege desemblematischen Kommentars: Sebastian StockhamersAlciato-Kommentar fur Joao Meneses Sottomayor (1552)With an English Summary .......................................................... 149Karl EnenkelThe Theological Debate on Images between Italy and Portugal:Bartholomew of Braga and Antonio Vieira .............................. 219Jens BaumgartenCirculation and Reception of Portuguese Books in the17th/18th Century Jesuit Mission of China, mainly inThree Bishop's Collections (Diogo Valente,Polycarpo de Sousa and Alexandre de Gouveia) ..................... 243Noel GolversAn Imperial Republic: Manuel Severim de Faria Surveys theGlobe, 1608-1655 .......................................................................... 265Liam Matthew BrockeyII. PORTUGUESE LITERATURE AND THE REPUBLIC OF LETTERSAntonio Ferreira's Castro: Tragedy at the Cross-Roads ............. 289Thomas F. EarleDie Sylvae aliquot des Aquiles Estaco und ihr Schlussgedicht,das Genethliacon Domini ............................................................. 319Tobias LeukerA Portuguese Contribution to 16th Century RomanAntiquarianism: The Case of Aquiles Estaco (1524-1581) .... 353Alejandra Guzman AlmagroIII. THE DISCOVERIES AND THE PRODUCTION OF KNOWLEDGEExperiencia a madre das cousas - on the `Revolution ofExperience' in Sixteenth-Century Portuguese MaritimeDiscoveries and its Foundational Role in the Emergenceof the Scientific Worldview ......................................................... 377Onesimo T. AlmeidaThe Conimbricenses: the Last Scholastics, the First Modernsor Something in between? The Impact of GeographicalDiscoveries on Late 16th Century Jesuit Aristotelianism ...... 395Cristovao S. MarinheiroFrom Discovery to Knowledge: Portuguese MaritimeNavigation and German Humanism ......................................... 425Marilia dos Santos LopesPrism of Empire: The Shifting Image of Ethiopia inRenaissance Portugal (1500-1570) ............................................. 447Guiseppe MarcocciIndex Nominum ................................................................................ 467
Series Title: Intersections (Boston, Mass.), v. 21.
Responsibility: edited by Maria Berbara and Karl A.E. Enenkel.

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