2 edition of Representing religious pluralization in early modern Europe found in the catalog.
Representing religious pluralization in early modern Europe
|Statement||Andreas Höfele ... [et al.] (eds.).|
|Series||Pluralisierung & Autorität -- Bd. 12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 346 p. :|
|Number of Pages||346|
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Representing Religious Pluralization in Early Modern Europe (Pluralisierung & Autoritat) (1., Aufl. Edition) by Andreas Höfele (Editor), Enno Ruge (Editor), Gabriela Schmidt (Editor), Stephan Laqué (Editor), Andreas Hofele (Editor), Stephan Laque (Editor), Stephan Laqua(C).
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Frijhoff, C. Scott Dixon, D. Freist, M. Greengrass. In the pre-industrial societies of early modern Europe, religion was a vessel of fundamental importance in making sense of personal and collective social, cultural and spiritual exercises.
Developments from this era had immediate impact on these societies, much of 4/4(1). Current scholarship continues to emphasise both the importance and the sheer diversity of religious beliefs within early modern societies. Furthermore, it continues to show that, despite the wishes of secular and religious leaders, confessional uniformity was in Cited by: 3.
The religious upheavals of the early modern period and the fierce debate they unleashed about true devotion gave conversion an unprecedented urgency.
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Representing Religious Pluralization in Early Modern Europe, edited by Andreas Höfele, Stephan Laqu August Reformation and Renaissance Review Jonathan Wright. Many traditional accounts of post-Reformation Europe portray religious conflicts, massacres and wars as the inevitable, not to say 'natural', outcome of religious pluralization.
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and Get this from a library. Representing religious pluralization in early modern Europe. [Andreas Höfele;]. Renaissance and Early Modern Shakespeare's Tribe: Church, Nation, and Theater in Renaissance England Most contemporary critics characterize Shakespeare and his tribe of fellow playwrights and players as resolutely secular, interested in religion only as a matter of politics or as a rival source of popular entertainment.
Thomas C. Oden notes a stark reversal in our time: as modern secular and political ideologies continue to wane, communities of traditional faith are flourishing now more than ever.
In Christianity, this resurgence shows itself in widespread efforts to reclaim the classic spiritual practices: the close study of scripture, daily prayer, regular observance in a worshiping community, doctrinal. sociological: pluralism simply means religious plurality or diversity.
In the third, pluralism is a philosophical school, what is known as value-pluralism in which values are irreducibly plural. Value-pluralism is not per se about religion, but can lead to a philosophical argument for valuing diversity intrinsically. Finally, a fourth File Size: KB. Superstition and Magic in Early Modern Europe brings together a rich selection of essays which represent the most important historical research on religion, magic and superstition in early modern.
Drawing together a number of case studies from diverse parts of Europe, Living with Religious Diversity in Early Modern Europe explores the processes involved when groups of differing confessions had to live in close proximity - sometimes grudgingly, but often with a benign pragmatism that stood in opposition to the will of their rulers.
This book seeks to achieve an understanding of the contribution of translation She specializes in religious and cultural history in early modern Hungary, focusing recently on the confessional - Cultural Translation in Early Modern Europe Edited by Peter Burke and R.
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Children and Children’s Books in Early Modern Europe, New York: Routledge, Divided by Faith: Religious Conflict and the Practice of Toleration in Early Modern Europe. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, Subsequent entries on this blog will deal with the topic of toleration in the early modern period in more detail – for which Kaplan’s book is a significant contribution.