A Companion to Juan Luis Vives (Brill's Companions to the by Charles Fantazzi

By Charles Fantazzi

The terribly assorted oeuvre of Juan Luis Vives, marked by way of nice erudition and originality, nonetheless is still little or no recognized within the English-speaking international. This selection of essays considers his lifestyles and the effect of his writings, and examines a few of his leader works. those contain his books at the schooling of ladies and at the reduction of the bad, his a number of political writings, and his large encyclopedic treatise, De disciplinis, a complete severe and systematic overview of common studying and the kingdom of the tutorial disciplines first and foremost of the 16th century. next chapters speak about Vives' principles at the soul, specifically his research of the feelings, his contribution to rhetoric and dialectic and a posthumous security of the Christian faith in discussion shape. individuals are Enrique Gonzalez Gonzalez, Catherine Curtis, Peter Mack, Valerio Del Nero, Edward V. George.

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Lord Chièvres had a nephew of the same name, Guillaume de Croy, who in 1516, at eighteen years of age, was installed as bishop of Cambrai. 78 We do not know exactly when but, doubtless already in 1517, the Valencian became Latin tutor of the young prelate. In April of that same year de Croy was installed as cardinal, and in November of that year was designated archbishop of Toledo, the richest ecclesiastical position in Christianity after the papacy. 79 He moved to Louvain to complete his literary formation before taking up his ecclesiastical benefices.

Prólogo Manuel Sanchis Guarner (Barcelona, 1975). , includes an up-to-date bibliography to the year 1981. 22 enrique gonzález gonzález of no return, first because the aljamas were depleted or disappeared, a fact which from then on destroyed any possibility of a normal life like the one they had led up to that time. Under the new circumstances the study of the sacred language became more problematic. Moreover, the group suffered a massive bloodletting since thousands of Jews were forced to be baptized, which they did either to escape death or persecution.

2–3). Between historians who unreservedly believe that the great majority of conversos continued to practise Judaism, and those who hold the opposite view, a third group has argued for a rapid process of assimilation on the part of the conversos, corresponding to the decadence undergone by Jewish communities themselves throughout the fifteenth century. According to them, as the fifteenth century progressed, crypto-Judaism became a sporadic phenomenon, restricted to residual forms of the old culture, more often than not of a social rather than religious nature.

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