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Lipsius, Justus 1547-1606

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The doctrine of absolute predestination stated and asserted : with a preliminary discourse on the divine attributes by Girolamo Zanchi( Book )
34 editions published between 1769 and 1973 in English and held by 383 libraries worldwide
Iusti Lipsi de constantia libri duo : qui alloquium præcipuè continent in publicis malis by Justus Lipsius( Book )
106 editions published between 1584 and 1652 in Latin and Undetermined and held by 331 libraries worldwide
Von der Bestendigkeit (De Constantia). Faksimiledruck der deutschen Übersetzung des Andreas Viritius by Justus Lipsius( Book )
37 editions published in 1965 in German and English and held by 292 libraries worldwide
Tvvo bookes of constancie by Justus Lipsius( Book )
10 editions published between 1594 and 1972 in English and Latin and held by 223 libraries worldwide
L. Annaei Senecae philosophi Opera : quae exstant omnia by Lucius Annaeus Seneca( Book )
55 editions published between 1605 and 1652 in Latin and held by 217 libraries worldwide
Principles of letter-writing : a bilingual text of Justi Lipsi Epistolica institutio by Justus Lipsius( Book )
8 editions published between 1995 and 1996 in English and held by 164 libraries worldwide
As part of the sixteenth century's intellectual "triumvirate," which included Joseph Scaliger and Isaac Casaubon, Justus Lipsius formulated a humanist scholarship aimed ultimately at practical application in both public and personal affairs. Justus Lipsius distinguished himself as a student of the classics, first at the Jesuit college at Cologne and then at the university in Leuven (Louvain). In 1569, soon after completing his studies, he published a precocious volume of Varia Lectiones, a collection of philological observations on classical texts. This initial work had significant and lasting effects on his career, the most immediate being an appointment as Latin secretary to Cardinal Granvelle, chief minister of Philip II in the Low Countries, who took the young man to Rome, where he was introduced to international power politics as well as to the treasures of Italian libraries, including the Vatican's. After two years in Rome, Lipsius began his uneasy roaming, traveling from Vienna to Jena to Cologne, serving in a variety of posts. In 1579, he accepted a position at Leiden University in Holland, where he found a haven from his home province for nearly thirteen years. It was there that he delivered the lectures on letter-writing that later became Epistolica Institutio. In 1591, when Leiden University became too stridently Calvinist for Lipsius, he returned to Leuven as professor of Latin and was once again reconciled with the Catholic Church. There he remained for the rest of his life, resisting numerous appeals from foreign courts and especially from Italian churchmen. As a particularly suitable commentator on the letter, Lipsius, like so many humanist scholars, was a prolific correspondent and published many of his own letters. In the manner typical of his age, he used the published letter as a kind of forerunner to the scholarly article. Yet his chief distinction as an epistolary theorist lies in his view of the letter as a means of personal expression. His purpose was to recover the classical Roman view of the letter as written conversation, a conception lost during the Middle Ages and only imperfectly restored during the earlier Renaissance. Hence, the Epistolica Institutio assumes an important position in the Lipsius canon: as an effort to restore the authentic features of the classical genre, it bespeaks the humanist scholar; in marking out a space for individual self-definition during a period of increasingly powerful and alienating social and religious pressures, it anticipates the ideological preoccupations of the contemporary world
I. Lipsi[i] Diva Virgo Hallensis : Beneficia eius & Miracvla fide atque ordine descripta by Justus Lipsius( Book )
72 editions published between 1604 and 1616 in Latin and Undetermined and held by 160 libraries worldwide
History of the veneration to the Statue of Our Lady of Halle (Belgium), including a list of miracles that occurred at the site. The statue had been given to the town by Mathilde, countess of Holland and Zeeland at the time of her death in 1267
Ivsti Lipsi[i] Admiranda, siue, De Magnitvdine Romana Libri Qvattvor by Justus Lipsius( Book )
53 editions published between 1598 and 1630 in 3 languages and held by 157 libraries worldwide
Ivsti Lipsi De Constantia : Libri Dvo, Qui alloquium praecipuè continent in Publicis malis by Justus Lipsius( Book )
69 editions published between 1584 and 2017 in Latin and held by 146 libraries worldwide
Iusti LipsI De cruce libri tres ad sacram profanámque historiam utiles. Unà cum notis by Justus Lipsius( Book )
76 editions published between 1593 and 1640 in Latin and Undetermined and held by 144 libraries worldwide
Justi Lipsii Roma illustrata, sive, Antiquitatum Romanarum breviarium by Justus Lipsius( Book )
22 editions published between 1692 and 1978 in 4 languages and held by 141 libraries worldwide
Politicorvm sive civilis doctrinae libri sex by Justus Lipsius( Book )
71 editions published between 1589 and 1998 in 3 languages and held by 137 libraries worldwide
A discourse of constancy in two books by Justus Lipsius( Book )
10 editions published between 1654 and 1985 in English and held by 127 libraries worldwide
Epistolario de Justo Lipsio y los españoles, 1577-1606 by Justus Lipsius( Book )
23 editions published between 1966 and 1996 in 3 languages and held by 80 libraries worldwide
The Parliament of criticks : the Menippaean satyr of Justus Lipsius in a dream, paraphras'd in a banter upon the criticks of the age by Justus Lipsius( Book )
10 editions published between 1702 and 1742 in English and held by 11 libraries worldwide
 
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Giusto Lipsio filosofo, umanista e filologo fiammingo
Juste Lipse
Juste-Lipse 1547-1606
Juste-Lise 1547-1606
Justo Lipsio
Justus Lipsius
Justus Lipsius flamandzki filolog klasyczny
Justus Lipsius holland jogfilozófus
Justus Lipsius Nederlands filosoof
Justus Lipsius niederländischer Rechtsphilosoph und Philologe
Justus Lipsius Southern-Netherlandish philologist
Lips, Jodocus 1547-1606
Lips, Joest
Lips, Joest 1547-1606
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Lips, Joost 1547-1606
Lips, Justus 1547-1606
Lipse , Juste
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Lipsiuß, Just 1547-1606
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Lipss Joest 1547-1606
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Lipsus, Iustus 1547-1606
Lipsus, Justus 1547-1606
Lise, Juste 1547-1606
Lypsius 1547-1606
Lypsius, Iustus 1547-1606
Lypsius, Justus 1547-1606
Xusto Lipsio
Липсий, Юст
Юст Ліпсій
יוסטוס ליפסיוס
ユストゥス・リプシウス
尤斯图斯·利普修斯
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Latin (511)
English (151)
German (47)
French (23)
Spanish (19)
Italian (2)
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