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January 20, 1998 by Harvard University Press .
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During the Renaissance and the Reformation, there was a passionate (and occasionally vitriolic) debated among scholars about the proper roles and relative strengths and weaknesses of dialectic and philology.4/5(1).
The humanist-scholastic debate in the Renaissance & Reformation This edition published in by Harvard University Press in Cambridge, by: 8. The debate among Italian humanists - beginning with Petrarch's On His Own Ignorance () and including Salutati's confrontation with Giovanni Dominici, Bruni's Dialogues as well as his debate with Alonso da Cartagena over Bruni's translation of Aristotle's Ethics, and the exchange of letters between Ermolao Barbaro and Giovanni Pico della Mirandola - was "epideictic" in two senses: carried.
In the last half of the 15th century, the classic Platonic debate over the respective merits of rhetoric and philosophy was replayed in the debate between humanists and scholastics over philology and dialectic.
The dispute between representatives of the two camps fuelled many important intellectual developments of the Renaissance and Reformation.
Editorial team. General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen Bradford.
The Humanist-Scholastic Debate in the Renaissance and Reformation (Harvard Historical Studies) Paperback – 27 Feb. by Erika Rummel (Author)Author: Erika Rummel. The Humanist-Scholastic Debate in the Renaissance and Reformation. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, Save Citation» Export Citation» E-mail Citation» Surveys the sharp debates between humanists and Scholastic theologians, beginning in Italy and passing to Germany between roughly and Find this The Humanist-Scholastic Debate in the Renaissance and the Reformation book Google Preview».
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7 (Milan: Riccardo Ricciardi, ). Reference Works. The recent debate over Reuchlin’s motivations and impact has guided even tertiary-level reference articles on Reuchlin. Canada emphasizes Reuchlin’s role as a pioneer in northern humanism.
The discussion of Reuchlin’s motivations for his Hebraic scholarship includes Joneswhich sees Reuchlin as hoping to benefit Christians; Keenwhich adds to that a. In the last half of the fifteenth century, the classic Platonic debate over the respective merits of rhetoric and philosophy was replayed in the debate between humanists and.
This text looks at the debate between humanists and scholastics over philology and dialectic during the Renaissance and Reformation. It brings the issues and their continuing legacy to light and makes a contribution to our understanding of the intellectual climate of early modern Europe.
The noisy controversies between humanists and scholastic theologians in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries may represent an irrepressible conflict between two fundamentally opposed views of human knowledge, or they may have been little more than a collision between an entrenched academic establishment and a band of ambitious youths, more a struggle over place and power than a collision.
“ Erika Rummel’s The Humanist-Scholastic Debate in the Renaissance and the Reformation is a distinguished and attractive original contribution to an important but neglected phase of early modern European culture. Rummel has written a great book which will have a strong influence on both Renaissance and Reformation scholars.
The Humanist-Scholastic Debate in the Renaissance and Reformation. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
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However, the book would be worthwhile reading for anyone interested in gaining or enhancing a historical perspective on philosophy, theology, or rhetoric.
Similarly, the book could be useful to anyone interested in European intellectual history, particularly with respect to the Renaissance and Reformation periods in European history. The Humanist Scholastic Debate In The Renaissance And The Reformation avg rating — 10 ratings — published — 3 editions Want to Read saving /5(20).
history of Europe: Reformation and Counter-Reformation In a sense, the Reformation was a protest against the secular values of the Renaissance. No Italian despots better represented the profligacy, the materialism, and the intellectual hedonism that accompanied these values than did the three Renaissance popes, Alexander VI, Julius II.
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designed to accompany a 6-part television series. Duffy, a Reformation historian by training, threads his way with finesse through a complex, many-sided history. His well-written & smooth narrative sometimes glides over debates between scholars.
A superb point-of-entry and overview. Humanism was an intellectual movement of the Renaissance based on the study of the hummanitis, which included grammar, rhetoric, poetry, moral philosophy, and history and Christian Humanism was combining classical learning and individualism with the goal of reforming the catholic church.
Renaissance is a French word meaning “rebirth.” It refers to a period in European civilization that was marked by a revival of Classical learning and wisdom.
The Renaissance saw many contributions to different fields, including new scientific laws, new forms of art and architecture, and new religious and political ideas. Who was the Italian scholar, poet, and one of the earliest Renaissance humanists.
Jan Hus _____ was an early reformer from Prague. Queen Isabella of Spain. The most significant reform instituted by The Second Book of Prayer was the replacement of Mass with _____. the Reformation was spread mainly by public debates and the office.
2Erika Rummel, The Humanist-Scholastic Debate in the Renaissance and Reformation (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, ). Both this essay and the article are revisions of papers presented at plenary sessions of the Six-teenth Century Studies Conference (in and ).The author acknowledges the financial sup.
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Machiavellian Rhetoric: From the Counter-Reformation to Milton. Right Thinking and the Sacred Oratory in Counter-Reformation Rome. Rhetoric-Rhetoriqueurs-Rederijkers. English Renaissance Literary Criticism. See especially: Erika Rummel, The Humanist-Scholastic Debate in the Renaissance and Reformation (Cam bridge, MA, ); Charles G.
Nauert, Jr, Humanism and the Culture of Renaissance Europe (Cambridge, ); and idem, 'Humanism as method: roots of the conflict with the scholastics,' Sixteenth Century Journal, 29/2 (), 4.
4/5: No time for a proper review, but this is a solid book about the development of the intellectual debate between humanism and scholasticism that took place from the 14th to 16th century (and, in historiography, up the the present day).
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Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Print, Books. Question: "What impact did the Renaissance have on Christianity?" Answer: The Renaissance was a time of renewed interest in a study of the Humanities, beginning in Italy and spreading throughout Europe in the 14th through the 16th centuries.
The Renaissance brought a revival of art, literature, and learning and constituted the transition from the Middle Ages to the modern age. She is the author of The Humanist-Scholastic Debate in the Renaissance and Reformation (), The Confessionalization of Humanism in Reformation Germany (), and Erasmus () and is the editor of The Correspondence of Wolfgang Capito (Volume 1, ).
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The story of the Reformation is long and complex, and so are many of MacCulloch's sentences, but never mind. This is a rich and full account of the Reformation, in which the motivations of faith and feeling, power and practicality are woven fine, the players in the drama are presented as whole people, and the meaning of this chapter of Western cultural history is modeled "in the round."/5().